Who Defines Conservatism? "We fight for lost causes because we know that our defeat and dismay may be the preface to our successors’ victory."
The Return of Boredom We should count ourselves lucky—for most of human history, boredom was a luxury only a few could afford.
Reflections on What's to Come Europe is worse than you think, and rationality isn't all it's cut out to be.
The Death of Our Most Cherished Pieties GameStop will probably not change anything fundamental in our society. But it will leave a mark.
History Returned on January 6 "Democracy" isn't under threat. It's worse than that.
Does the "Fascism" Debate Matter? Unfortunately for all of us, it appears that it does.
Diplomacy Is a Dirty Business Did Henry Kissinger get overawed by the Chinese in 1972?
The Tragic: A Year in Review A hopeful coda to a terrible twelve months.
The Best of Intentions With racial ethics infringing on matters of life and death, wokeness is no longer performance art. It is dangerous.
When Diplomacy is a Fetish How the idealism of the Biden administration could prevent it from pursuing sound policies abroad.