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Review
The Christian America That Never Was

The American evangelical movement’s manufactured nostalgia is failing to slake the soul’s thirst.

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Retroview
The Voegelin Enigma

Eric Voegelin smashed every category, scrambled every dichotomy, and spurned every orthodoxy he encountered to discover what ailed modern Western society.

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Homo Americanus
Duane’s World

How the son of Syrian immigrants accidentally became one of Toledo’s rock-and-roll impresarios.

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Nudge, or Shove?

Cass Sunstein’s ‘libertarian paternalism’ doesn’t just sound oxymoronic; it actually is. Liberalism deserves more forthright advocacy.

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Iraq and Ruin

Two recent books by Iraqis on their country’s lost opportunities for democracy are themselves lost in wishful thinking.

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Opacities
Hot Stuff, Cold Logic

Politically correct climate change orthodoxy has completely destroyed our ability to think rationally about the environment.

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Shining a Light on the Shadow Economy

The world’s ‘informal economy’ doesn’t just exist in poor countries, and it isn’t small-in size or in its effect.

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Mistral Mysteries

Unraveling the ensemble of motives behind France’s sale of amphibious assault craft to Russia is no simple matter.

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The New Industrial Espionage

The information revolution has rendered obsolete the legacy legal regime on intellectual property rights, enabling spying for commercial purposes to morph into a strategic issue.

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Russia’s Sub Rosa Statecraft

Spying, mole-planting, subversion, and financial arm-twisting are major components of Moscow’s new hybrid campaign against European democracies.

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