Small and good moral changes today could have profound benefits in the long term. But what does it mean for those living today to worry and sacrifice for homo sapiens hundreds, thousands, or millions of years in the future?
There may come a day when Gorbachev will be respected for his reluctance to use force and save his country from a disastrous civil war. He still believes that world problems can be solved through compromise and dialogue.
By bending to the wishes of the false advocates of justice and progress, Massey College has lost three remarkable senior fellows.
Did Pope Pius XII do enough to thwart the aims of the Holocaust during the Second World War? A new book argues that he was silent in denouncing Nazi atrocities, atrocities of which he was well aware.
Russians believe the West intends to destroy their country and a fascist government runs Ukraine, thanks to a steady beat of anti-American propaganda by state-controlled media.
Fukuyama’s new book turns away from external threats to classical liberalism and argues that the dangers lie within liberal democratic countries. Liberal principles are now open season to the critics of liberalism on the right and left.
To understand tyrants like Putin, we must study their place in history. Waller R. Newell’s book Tyrants: Power, Injustice, and Terror is an excellent place to start.
As flawed as democracy is, Ukraine shows that people will fight hard to retain their voice.
We shouldn’t fear adaptation. We should embrace the creative powers of humans to live better lives even as the world gets warmer.
David Cutler and Edward Glaeser’s book Survival of the City: Living and Thriving in an Age of Isolation examines the state of the city in the pandemic age.