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by | Mar 15, 2022

As Vladimir Putin forges ahead with his invasion of Ukraine, killing all manner of Ukrainian civilians in a horrific display of mass murder, the saga of Gavrilo Princip is recalled. Who was Gavrilo Princip? He was a Bosnian Serb teenager…

by | Feb 26, 2022

We are the hollow men We are the stuffed men Leaning together Headpiece filled with straw. Alas! — T.S. Eliot, “The Hollow Men” What is a guarantee worth? In its most meaningful form, as a treaty or covenant, it is…

by | Feb 22, 2022

Tuesday History is a great help in understanding today and tomorrow. Specifically, what we are seeing right now shows how thoughtfully Mr. Putin has read and understood his progenitor in statecraft, Adolf Hitler. As everyone once knew, World War I…

by | Feb 9, 2022

Whoopi Goldberg won a two-week suspension and public spanking from The View because she waded into the teeth of a global moral consensus: the Holocaust was genocide and thus, unmitigated evil. Goldberg did not deny the evil. But her denial…

by | Jan 21, 2022

I’d like to start by talking about something my father said to me on my 50th birthday 27 years ago. Some of you will recall that my father, Herbert Stein, a noted economist from about around 1945 to 1999, was…

by | Dec 13, 2021

The United States needs to abandon its longstanding “strategic ambiguity” regarding its likely response to a Chinese attack or invasion of Taiwan and replace it with “strategic clarity” in the form of a collective defensive East Asian-Pacific alliance with Japan,…

by | Oct 27, 2021

Convicted in the Nuremberg trials, Albert Speer, Hitler’s architect, spent 20 years in Spandau Prison. His release in 1966 made headlines, and his memoir Inside the Third Reich (1970) was translated into 14 languages and sold over a million copies….

by | Aug 24, 2021

The contrast could not have been greater. There was former President Donald J. Trump in Alabama on Saturday night. He was crisp, to the point, and defiant. Then there was President Joe Biden. The bumbling president has come under attack…

by | May 17, 2021

I’ve never gotten absorbed in the ups and downs of the British Royals. There was, after all, that small dust-up in 1776 that firmly settled the matter of the Brits in America … at least until 1812, when they had…

by | May 23, 2020

Winston Churchill gave his maiden broadcast to the United Kingdom as prime minister 80 years ago May 19. It was a day long in coming. He was a brave, irritating, complex, frustrating, energetic, enigmatic, and confounding figure. He had a…

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