America in a New World
The post-Cold War era is over. The U.S. finds itself in a new phase of security competition—one that will pose a unique challenge when it comes to coalition management.
The Wood Man
Where has the spirit and integrity of American craftsmanship gone, and who or what chased it away?
Tighten Up the Hide
Laurent Dubois’s history of the banjo is a worthy contribution, even if it strikes a few discordant notes.
Most military budget reformers focus on the technology and hardware we will need for future conflicts. Few address the military’s most important asset: its people.
Toward a Global Realignment
As its era of global dominance ends, the United States needs to take the lead in realigning the global power architecture.
The Man Who Disliked Saints
Hailed as a prophet and reviled as a racist, Jean Raspail novelized Europe’s immigration crisis—forty years before it happened.