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How Will Trump Compare to Past Presidents?

Walter Russell Mead tackles the question.

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Some Reflections on Jacksonianism and American Elites

Walter Russell Mead was on the Federalist Radio Hour yesterday for an unmissable conversation with host Ben Domenech.

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Thoughts on Trump

Watch WRM share his early thoughts on the coming Trump presidency.

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Wilson’s European Triumph

Europe wasn’t always quite as idealistically naive as it appears to be today. For the EU to avoid catastrophe, its leaders need to rediscover their predecessors’ hard-headed realism.

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Nationalism Is Not the Only Way

Read our own Walter Russell Mead in Mosaic, where he argues that neither “nationalist particularism” nor “cosmopolitan universalism” is “the answer to the human condition.”

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A Conversation with Tony Blinken

WRM discusses foreign policy with the Deputy Secretary of State.

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The President’s Foreign Policy Legacy

As public opinion shifts, the Jeffersonianism of President Obama and Sen. Rand Paul is hard hit.

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WATCH: WRM Interviews Rabbi Jonathan Sacks

Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks discusses his new book, “Not in God’s Name,” which explores the roots of religious extremism.

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Higher Education Watch

She is right to worry about the political orientation of the academic class and the way it affects our broader public discourse. But the critique she made was not particularly accurate, or productive.

Critical Thinking

Wind and solar have to solve structural problems before they can take over the world.

Duterte Harry

Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte seems to be tightening his grip over the Senate, sidelining rivals opposed to his drug war.

Fuzzy Math

Riyadh says Saudi Aramco is worth $2 trillion. Analysts say it’s worth as little as $400 billion. Who’s right?

Dutch Election Watch

Whatever the outcome of the Dutch elections, Geert van Wilders has already shifted the public discourse, leading mainstream politicians to tack to the right on the EU and migration.

unions versus the public

The purple state push for public sector union reform is a good thing for taxpayers and quality of governance.

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