Like Churchill as he mulled Cromwell, we must prepare for threats beyond, while still contending with today.
Mark TooleyAugust 2, 2022
Xi Jinping is watching the Ukrainian invasion closely and is strategizing his long-term interactions with the democratic world based on the West’s response.
Jianli Yang & Yan YuJuly 8, 2022
Moscow and Beijing’s argument of “Western encroachment” has an aura of authenticity in other capitals around the world, where there is a sense that the West’s business enterprises, Hollywood culture, and radical sexual ideologies are bludgeoning their cultures.
Eric PattersonJuly 1, 2022
What we can gain from the origins of the Great War is that strategic ambiguity played a role in bringing on that cataclysm.
Robert MorrisonJune 6, 2022
George Marshall’s attempt to create peace between the Chinese nationalists and communists failed. Christian realists in 1947 considered why.
Christianity & Crisis Magazine & Mark MeltonMay 6, 2022
Xi understands well that if Putin’s regime falls, China will lose an important bulwark.
Jianli Yang & Lianchao HanApril 7, 2022
The New Right cannot be bothered with foreign threats because they are rationing political capital for an ideological fight at home. That’s bad enough. Even worse, they seem less interested in transcending tyranny and more interested in learning from it.
Michael SobolikFebruary 24, 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
Here is the bad news for Beijing, and the good news for the West. Despite genuine concerns over how an increasingly multipolar world will erode the human rights consensus, the agenda still remains a major obstacle to ideological competitors—both at home and abroad.
Rebecca MunsonDecember 3, 2021