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Robert Spalding pulls back the curtain in the Stealth War to show the extent of China’s abuse of globalization and the pressing need for the West to decouple from this rising competitor.
The Adventures of Tom Sawyer is perhaps the most famous piece of American literature. Mark Twain’s classic follows the exploits of Tom Sawyer and his friend, Huckleberry Finn, in early 19th century Missouri.
Julius Krein’s remarks during the “What is Economic Nationalism?” panel at the 2019 National Conservatism Conference on July 16, 2019.
Then-Secretary of State John Quincy Adams used this speech to lay out his vision for American foreign policy. In a famous passage, he states that “[America] goes not abroad, in search of monsters to destroy.” His argument in this speech was that the United States should not interfere in the affairs of the European great powers, but rather focus on her own neighborhood.
In this podcast, the hosts discuss what a liberal internationalist foreign policy will look like in a Joe Biden administration, especially in this post-Trump era.
Since the end of World War II, American conservatism has been characterized by a three-pronged coalition.
A new Right is needed, one that understands itself as rooted in the noble cause of the American Revolution—unabashed and zealous in its determination to restore political liberty and politics.
Offering a different perspective, Peter Juul and Ruy Teixeira make an interesting case for a new “liberal nationalism.”
A reply to the hysterical arguments made by progressive liberals and others.
In this fascinating 2003 interview, cultural critic Camille Paglia explains ‘why the Columbia disaster should make Bush think twice about rushing to war with Iraq.’
In this piece, John Mearsheimer and Stephen Walt argue that the United States should return to a more restrained grand strategy—offshore balancing.