The unprecedented use of drones in the Ukraine war have transformed the modern battlefield. At the same time, nothing has changed.
Marc LiVeccheNovember 17, 2022
The same ideology that motivated the 1913-23 Armenian genocide motivates Turkey’s and Azerbaijan’s aggressions against Armenians, Greeks and other Christians.
Uzay BulutSeptember 19, 2022
The present need is to deter China and Russia. This is why a “cold war” and a “just war” response is necessary.
J. Daryl CharlesFebruary 25, 2022
Russian President Vladimir Putin’s invasion of Ukraine is the greatest act of national aggression since Iraq’s occupation of Kuwait nearly 32 years ago.
Mark TooleyFebruary 24, 2022
As the twentieth anniversary of 9/11 looms, President Joe Biden has rushed to pull US troops out of Afghanistan. What are we to make of all of this?
Eric PattersonJuly 21, 2021
Quoting Romans 12:20, the message to feed and help the enemy is simple, but oftentimes the simplest command can be the hardest to fulfill. So the reminder is always timely in every age.
Christianity & Crisis Magazine & Reinhold NiebuhrFebruary 12, 2021
1917 certainly is not a “one trick” movie, nor is it “soulless” or “bad” or “bombast” or a mere slice of cake. No, it is a work of art. It is a beautiful film. It is a deceptively deep inquiry into the value of life, the treasured heritage of Western civilization, and the importance of martial courage.
Owen StrachanMay 7, 2020
William Brodrick’s “A Whispered Name” is a lyrical reflection on responsibility, judgment, grief, the elusiveness of justice, reconciliation, and human longing.
Marc LiVeccheMay 4, 2020
In Hue 1968, Mark Bowden describes the horrors of war through the eyes of those who fought the battles. His work is carefully researched, well organized, and smoothly written.
Thomas E. WilsonNovember 11, 2019