The United States can protect its interests and promulgate its values at the same time. If we are to be exceptional, we must live in the tension that exceptionalism brings.
Robert NicholsonMay 29, 2019
A wave of gruesome mass killings in North Central Nigeria on Sunday, March 10, has prompted more calls for a special envoy to Nigeria and reconsideration of the Trump administration’s policy to West Africa.
Douglas BurtonMarch 18, 2019
The key to a nations ability to administer authority is an understanding among its individual leaders that theirs is not the ultimate authority. And the key to a nation’s ability to harbor morality is an understanding among its individual leaders that their common sense is not the ultimate source of morality.
Drew GriffinJanuary 2, 2019
ANTISEMITISM IS NOT just a Jewish, Christian, or American problem. It’s a global problem, and Christians must stand up to confront it. But the best way to confront antisemitism is not by fighting it as some would urge us to do. “Anti-antisemitism” is redundant and nonsensical. Forcing anyone to like the Jews will never work.
Robert NicholsonJanuary 1, 2019
The problem is that Americans can’t see the world for what it is, and American policymakers aren’t explaining it to them. Very few, it seems, understand the concept of limited intervention.
Robert NicholsonDecember 23, 2018
The Jamal Khashoggi affair presents the perfect opportunity for the United States to press Saudi Arabia for more progress on its horrendous human rights record.
Robert NicholsonOctober 15, 2018
Imran Khan is the new prime minister of Pakistan and his plans for change could affect the US, China, and the region.
Abigail LiebingAugust 1, 2018
During Trump’s presidency, America’s role as the world leader has been questioned by allies, adversaries, and the president himself.
Joshua W. WalkerJuly 30, 2018
Russia and Iran are coordinating to prop up Assad in Syria but this could bring Iran one step closer to war with Israel.
Abigail LiebingJuly 18, 2018