Toward an English-Speaking Union
The idea of a European Union is artificial and unconvincing. A more natural association would be one between like-minded peoples who share a common language and heritage.
For the Record
As we contemplate the results of victory in Kosovo, it is time to sort fact from fiction concerning American intervention.
American Ascendancy-And the Pretense of Concert
Like the one before it, the twenty-first century will be American—predictions of a multipolar world nonwithstanding.
The Short, Unhappy Life of Humanitarian War
Kosovo was a new kind of war, one fought for humanitarian purposes. It will be the last of its kind.
To Sing a Different Song
As the easternmost members of "the West", the Baltic states consider their options for the future.
The Balkan problem the West forgot: Ceausescu's shadow and the dilemma of modern Romania.
Tocqueville and the Odd Couple
Franco-German relations over the last century and a half have been characterized by a complex pattern of attraction and repulsion that is crucial to an understanding of the new Europe.