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General Raymond Odierno, a Soldier
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General Raymond Odierno, a Soldier

He will be remembered for not just his military talent but his humanity.

Emma Sky
Covenant, Crucible, Creed
Books

Covenant, Crucible, Creed

Do we have to abandon the idea of a national narrative, as Samuel Goldman urges? Or can our incomplete, imperfect canon see us through?

Thomas Koenig
Should We Call the Whole Thing Off?
Books

Should We Call the Whole Thing Off?

Samuel Goldman argues that the melting pot has run its course. Our author takes exception.

Edward Meyer
To Influence Japan, China Tries Subtlety

To Influence Japan, China Tries Subtlety

Improvements in Chinese influence ops are making them more dangerous.

Timothy Niven, Maiko Ichihara
Europe and African Migration
Books

Europe and African Migration

Economy and culture are being remade.

Daniel Livesay
Orbán’s Biographer
Interview

Orbán’s Biographer

József Debreczeni tells us who Orbán is—at the moment.

H. David Baer
Forbidding Fruit: Apple TV+ Does Asimov
On Screen

Forbidding Fruit: Apple TV+ Does Asimov

Asimov’s Foundation stories are a thought experiment in the social sciences.

Aviezer Tucker
Arts Wars
Books

Arts Wars

Dogmatic diversity is destroying the cultural canon we cannot afford to lose.

Joseph Horowitz