Ukraine-Russia War

Conflicts May be Long, But Are Not “Forever Wars” 

The phrase ‘forever war’ conveys the ahistorical and exaggerated premise that, if a war is long, it is therefore unwinnable and not worth fighting. 

Pope Francis Contradicts Catholic Catechism on Just War

Pope Francis’s comments urging Ukrainian surrender are morally wrong and inconsistent with Catholic teaching

What Has Israel to Do with Ukraine?

Ukraine and Israel may seem as disparate as two nations could be, but their history is indelibly linked

Russia’s Religious Offensive in Africa

Moscow portrays itself as an alternative to the decadent West in Africa to gain support for its invasion of Ukraine

Rediscovering America’s Purpose

America was once the world’s arsenal of democracy, can it be again?