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Caring Isn't Enough

Caring Isn't Enough

In contrast to the civil rights movement, today’s campus protests are about loud demonstrations of virtue and social media virality.

Jeremiah Johnson
A Bout of Autocratic Whataboutism

A Bout of Autocratic Whataboutism

Skewed foreign agent laws that draw a false equivalency to democratic law are all the rage among autocrats.

Abigail Skalka
History's First Draft
Books

History's First Draft

A new book by Michael Kimmage envisions the Ukraine-Russia conflict as a collision of world views.

Eric S. Edelman
Save Georgia's Democracy

Save Georgia's Democracy

Democracy in the Republic of Georgia is in imminent peril, and the United States and Europe must act quickly to save it. Francis Fukuyama's latest.

Francis Fukuyama
Au Contraire, Macron

Au Contraire, Macron

Contrary to the aims of diplomacy, Xi Jinping's visit to Europe this week seemed carefully calibrated to snub his hosts.

Dalibor Roháč
Vuvuzela Democracy

Vuvuzela Democracy

South Africans are about to head to the polls–and cast their votes in one of the most consequential elections for the democratic world this year.

Vusi Tyala
Do No Harm–and More Good

Do No Harm–and More Good

When healthcare giants and elite universities stray from their mission to do good, should these nonprofit titans lose their tax privileges?

John DiIulio, Jr.
A Church at War

A Church at War

The Moscow-linked Ukrainian Orthodox Church has drawn the ire of the Ukrainian government, leaving church congregants in a tough place.

Ringo Harrison