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Reviews and Essays
The French Position
The French, believe it or not, have their reasons for being so quarrelsome with the United States.
A Letter from Wales
The economy is fine, but everything else in Britain is falling apart--and the English still can't understand the Welsh.
Defending the Faiths
Global religious persecution increased during the 1990s, but not as rapidly as America's awareness of it. The proper place of religious freedom in the hierarchy of U.S. foreign policy concerns.
Europe has long viewed Turkey as a parent would a troubled stepchild. But a vibrant and increasingly powerful Turkey is making such an attitude absurd--and dangerous.
A Skeptical Conservative
Rationalism and politics is a combustible mixture. We know this from history. Oakeshott knew it all along.
The Forgotten Few
There has never, thank God, been a Battle of America.
Living With Russia
When dealing with a sick bear, coddling will not suffice. Before it can be fully accepted by the West, Russia must give up its imperial pretensions.
Two Plus Four
Ten years after the event, a key architect of America's response to German reunification looks back--and draws lessons for the present.
Mentor for a Hegemon
Hamilton's legacy is all around us. So why has his wisdom--particularly as concerns foreign affairs--been discounted?
The directors of an ambitious project on civil-military relations detail their findings and plumb the divide between soldiers and civilians.
Why the Gap Matters
Bridging the gap between military officers and their civilian counterparts will be no easy task. Yet the stakes are too high to comtemplate failure.