Dirty Foreign Money’s Existential Threat to Democracy
Cultivating corrupt political proxies in order to sow chaos in the West is a game as old as the Comintern itself. But a set of technological, social, political, and above all financial innovations have made the old playbook much more effective.
America has exported many a cultural influence around the globe, including its victimology.
What Inequality Doesn’t Mean
Is inequality a death sentence for the American republic? Two recent books vigorously argue both sides of the case—with the naysayer pulling out ahead.
Time to Re-Engage
Whipsawed by years of foreign policy activism and then by general retreat, the United States is at risk of losing an opportunity to cement hard-won gains in Central Asia/Afghanistan.
300 Years of Theodicy
How can God, who is all-powerful, refrain from stopping the suffering of the innocent? The question is perennial.