The Rock Gets Rolled: A Letter from Gibraltar
Tony Blair and company seem hell-bent on caving in to Spain over Gibraltar. Unfortunately for Blair, Gibraltarians have other ideas.
Judging Nazism and Communism
Judging between the totalitarian evils of the 20th century need not wait for a more balanced historiography; alas, the long farewell is not quite over.
Reforging the Atlantic Alliance
NATO is not dead or doomed, but the Allies should use the Prague Summit to assure its healthy future.
The Long Spoons of Ulster
Disturbing indications that the habits of veteran terrorists die hard in Northern Ireland.
Benjamin Disraeli was an exotic character even in his own time, but his career shows the secret that guaranteed him success and fame: He knew what he wanted.
America the Despised: A Letter from Athens
Conservatives and churchgoers are joining the Greek Left to form a new and more visceral anti-Americanism.
Freedom and Duty: Pericles and Our Times
A democracy cannot fight a long war successfully unless it affirms its virtues and values. After two and a half millenia, Pericles still makes sense.
Odom's Russia: A Forum
Seven seasoned observers react to William Odom's interpretation of post-Soviet Russian reality, and Odom replies.