Whether in days, months, years or decades, the regimes in China, Russia and Iran will tumble.
Mark TooleyNovember 27, 2022
“China has been a principal economic and military partner of the various Myanmar and Burma regimes since the beginning.”
Antonio GraceffoNovember 21, 2022
The unprecedented use of drones in the Ukraine war have transformed the modern battlefield. At the same time, nothing has changed.
Marc LiVeccheNovember 17, 2022
The West is therefore morally and politically obligated to the defense of Ukraine, assisting her with any and all means necessary for her protection and survival.
J. Daryl CharlesNovember 16, 2022
For Orthodox Archpriest Alexander Novopashin, “Satanism” is really a synonym for entropy, or “the Evil that dissolves societies like a hydra with its many tentacles”.
Steven TuckerNovember 3, 2022
The fragile peace the Russia has experienced by granting autonomy to ethnic minorities may unravel under the strains of the Ukrainian Invasion.
Alexander J. MiguelOctober 26, 2022
Patriotism is part of our repertoire of civic ideals and identities, as Jean Bethke Elshtain reminded us. While its excesses and perversions are to be lamented, Patriotism rightly perceived yields a concern for the moral tenor of one’s culture.
J. Daryl CharlesOctober 25, 2022
Putin is not Hitler. But he is a malevolent and paranoid little man who has harnessed a great nation for dangerous purposes.
Mark TooleyOctober 17, 2022
if the flooding of the frontlines by unprepared new recruits results in exorbitant Russian casualties, the true effect may be to make Russia’s armed forces look weaker than ever.
Simon MaassSeptember 26, 2022
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