after paris It’s Still World War IV
And Islamic State fighters are still not Lord Voldemort’s Death Eaters. It’s time for the West to face some unpleasant truths.
Self-Reliance Microaggression, Meet Ralph Waldo Emerson
As the Yale protesters don’t know, but the Sage of Concord did: there is weakness in numbers, and strength in standing for one’s principles all alone.
Shakespeare and Politics A Sea of Glory
What Shakespeare’s Cardinal Wolsey has to teach us about the perils of swimming in the Potomac.
After American Supremacy Defense in a Disordered World
We must rethink what kind of armed forces we need. The sources of our military strength are not merely material.
Obama's Foreign Policy Inadvisable
What is the point of making strategic recommendations to someone who has not the slightest interest in hearing them?
An Introduction What Would Winston Say?
On the advent of a new column here at The American Interest—an homage to Churchill and a reflection on his strengths, not the least of which was whimsy.
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