In a new paperback edition of “A World in Disarray,” Richard Haass says Trump’s foreign policy has added to global disorder.
Grayson LogueJune 13, 2018
Just war theorizing has typically left the issue of national honor untouched, although warriors and statesmen routinely emphasize the importance of vindicating the sacrifice of the fallen. Does prolonging a war in order to assuage or vindicate national honor comport with the just war tradition?
Eric PattersonApril 23, 2018
If Russian agents in the UK tried to kill Sergei Skripal and his daughter, Russian agents should pay.
Darrell ColeMarch 13, 2018
This provocative article written by Donald H. Stewart in the heat of World War II calls on the American Church to guide America toward a responsible patriotism which jettisons hatred and self-righteous aggrandizement while remembering “judgment belongeth unto God.”
Christianity & Crisis MagazineJuly 13, 2017
With his novel concept of sovereign obligation in A World in Disarray, Richard Haass makes an important advance in the search for peace in a disoriented world. But its advances fall short, unable to grasp the essential moral quality of world order.
Matt GobushJune 12, 2017
Because the U.N. does not have the power of the sword, the U.S. abstention in the recent U.N. vote has not weakened Israel at all; it has weakened the U.N.
Joshua MitchellJanuary 5, 2017