A statecraft dreaming that a great nation can be in the world but not of it is both hubristic and self-righteous.
Mark TooleyMarch 21, 2023
Richard Mouw is an American, and he loves his country the most, according to his newly released How to be a Patriotic Christian: Love of Country as Love of Neighbor.
Jackson WatersSeptember 5, 2022
When in 1967 the University of Virginia recruited Professor Norman A. Graebner from the University of Illinois to teach diplomatic history, a huge row ensued.
Robert MorrisonJune 23, 2022
Just war thinking is moral analysis of military action, not a framework for foreign policy. Acknowledging these limitations helps us to become better just war casuists, and it highlights the need for values-driven strategic thinking in the foreign policy sphere.
Debra EricksonJanuary 21, 2022
In her 2003 book Just War Against Terror, Jean Bethke Elshtain argued for a new paradigm for a just war: the fight against global terrorism, particularly terrorism perpetrated by followers of militant Islam. Twenty years after 9/11, this claim is due for revisiting.
Debra EricksonOctober 6, 2021
The Afghanistan crisis may cause problems for China and Russia, but these countries also have opportunities and could avoid the possible pitfalls.
Mark MeltonSeptember 21, 2021
With the debacle unfolding in Afghanistan, what is the schema that political leaders have in mind?
Eric PattersonAugust 27, 2021
Maybe Afghanistan’s collapse is a divine judgment on it and us. But there is mercy always available, accompanied by wisdom.
Mark TooleyAugust 18, 2021
Presumably the consequences in Afghanistan will be tragic as in Indochina.
Mark TooleyAugust 11, 2021