Autumn Note: Vial of Tears
Decades on, we’ve only just begun to ask the difficult questions about assisted reproductive technologies.
American’s many post-Cold War land wars have obscured important strategic truths, among them the real value of the U.S. Navy.
Caught on a Lee Shore
Redefining the strategic niche of the Marine Corps may be the key to a future as glorious as its past.
A former Congressman makes the case for giving the Active Reserves their due.
Getting to No
It’s delusional to think that Israeli-Palestinian negotiations, whether proximate or direct, can end the conflict anytime soon.
The more we rely on personal entertainment devices to keep us company, the lonelier we become.
The Unreal Thing
The question of authenticity has occupied some of the subtlest minds of the last century. Andrew Potter thinks the whole effort is a hoax.
The Gallic Orwell
Albert Camus and George Orwell had much in common, not least an early death and the elastic use of their literary legacies.
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