World Affairs

If Europe Wants Peace, It Must Prepare for More War

Deterrence needs to be strong enough that it stands on its own feet with or without out American support.

Stephan Jensen
Stephan Jensen
11 min read

Germany's Energy Catastrophe

If Russia permanently cuts off natural gas exports to Germany, it will likely send the country, the world’s fourth-largest economy, into a severe recession.

Lea Booth
Lea Booth
8 min read

The Man Who Stood Up to the CCP

Thanks to Shinzo Abe, Xi Jinping now has a clear view of the future.

Aaron Sarin
Aaron Sarin
5 min read

The Hard Left and Populist Right Agree on All the Wrong Things

The ideas that unite the hard Left and the populist Right against the West itself are the same ones that make them both so excited about the culture wars.

Stephan Jensen
Stephan Jensen
8 min read

Ukrainians Are Nobody’s Pawns

Conservative anti-interventionists buy into an authoritarian narrative that ignores the clear choices made by the people of Ukraine.

Robert Tracinski
Robert Tracinski
8 min read

Corrupter of the World

The depth and breadth of corruption in countries, leaders, and peoples has gained more and more public attention in recent years, another torment to add to those already disturbing the peace of the socially aware. It is tormenting because—like the warming of the globe, the advance of authoritarianism, and

John Lloyd
John Lloyd
14 min read

The Pathologies of Imperialism

An earlier version of this article appeared in the German language newspaper Frankfurter Allgemeine Sonntagszeitung on March 4th, 2022. February 24th, 2022, constituted a shock to the European psyche. The invasion of Ukraine, without any plausible casus belli, the massive use of military force against civilians, the attempted hunting down

Harold James
Harold James
10 min read

Tibet’s Long Fight for Freedom

Aaron Sarin
Aaron Sarin
12 min read