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Keynes and Grand Strategy

Keynes and Grand Strategy

Economists quarrel about the legacy of John Maynard Keynes, but Zachary Carter’s biography reveals him as champion of the global-historical project to protect Anglo-American culture from its gravest threats.

Peter H. Schuck
Faith and Future

Faith and Future

Let Left and Right quarrel. Ideas about progress are rooted in Judeo-Christian tradition. They are not all wrong.

Daniel Ross Goodman
Latinos and the King Legacy

Latinos and the King Legacy

Luis Parrales reflects on what Martin Luther King came to mean for him after arriving in the United States as a young immigrant from Mexico.

Luis Parrales
A Compromise Is Possible on CRT in the Schools

A Compromise Is Possible on CRT in the Schools

We need impassioned, even radical voices as we teach race relations, just not to the exclusion of all others.

Tony Fels
Remembering Bayard Rustin

Remembering Bayard Rustin

We need him—and his commitment to nonviolence and integration—more than ever.

Arch Puddington
Time Is on Iran’s Side

Time Is on Iran’s Side

There’s no more kicking the can if we are to prevent a nuclear Iran.

Jeffrey Herf
Dangerous Liaisons

Dangerous Liaisons

Will the United States accept Israel's growing military, technology, and infrastructure partnerships with China?

Elia Preto Martini
Can America Fight Fair?

Can America Fight Fair?

China doesn't. To compete, the United States should be careful not to stray from its own principles.

Brad Glosserman