The Great Global Governance Scare
The fear of “global governance” runs rampant among conservatives and libertarians, as if an unaccountable global autocracy was just around the corner. It’s not.
The West Needs a Strategy
A decade of setbacks for the West abroad and at home point to the urgent need for coordinated and coherent strategic thinking.
The truth about the legal morass created by the controversial Citizens United ruling, and why it matters.
Twilight for Hong Kong’s Democracy?
Hong Kong’s young democracy activists are being thrown in jail. But the movement should hold out hope for change, both locally and in mainland China.
Take Them All Away
We need to mitigate the looming repolarization of race and racial politics in America after more than half a century of incomplete but hardly trivial progress. This may require some deliberate loss of memory.
Will the Nazi Purge Work?
The problem with Silicon Valley’s suppression of the alt-right isn’t that it’s bad, in principle, for elites to disfavor extremist and incorrect ideas. It’s that tech executives aren’t up to the task.