An End to Nonsense
An End to NonsenseByline: Owen HarriesSomeoneâ€"was it Nietzsche? Henry James? Lionel Trilling?â€"hasobserved that those who lack the imagination of disaster are doomedto be surprised by the world.
Over and Out
Owen Harries announces his retirement as The National Interest's editor.
The Anglosphere Illusion
The proponents of an English-speaking union have overlooked several important considerations--not least of which is national interest.
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.
A Year of Debating China
A review of a particularly acrimonious year in an ongoing debate.
Harry Lee's Story
The man who made a country, and how he did it.
America and the Euro Gamble
As the American foreign policy establishment has been preoccupied an event of much greater long-term significance has received scant attention.