How Walther Funk’s 1940 memo predicted the rise of the European Union
Both US parties are seeking to be tough on Beijing — but at what cost?
US women could be about to achieve a level of equality not all of them actually want, by becoming eligible to be drafted in a time of war
Richard Reinsch reviews The New Class War By Michael Lind
How the West’s fear of appearing racist obscures the blunders at the beginning of this outbreak
There’s nothing like the outbreak of a global pandemic to put a dampener on everyone’s plans
Tibor Fischer review’s Gimson’s Presidents: Brief Lives from Washington to Trump by Andrew Gimson
Kanye West was mocked for rediscovering faith, but he has genuine concerns about the modern world he helped fashion
The leaked “Afghanistan Papers” tell a story of cover-ups at every level of America’s longest war. But can we really expect anything different?
Richard Reinsch reviews The Case for Nationalism by Rich Lowry