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by | Nov 26, 2021

At the beginning of this September, the Atlantic — a mouthpiece of the progressive professional managerial class if there ever…

by | Oct 27, 2021

New Zealand’s high commissioner to Australia, Dame Annette King, told Australian media this week that her nation could join the…

by | Sep 28, 2021

Washington — One of the unsung prophets of AUKUS last week was the great British historian, Andrew Roberts, who soon…

by | Sep 19, 2021

President Biden’s foreign policy initiatives have been consistently disastrous. From giving the Russians an extension to the New START Treaty…

by | Sep 16, 2021

One day after Chinese warships were spotted within Alaska’s exclusive economic zone, the Biden administration announced Wednesday that the United…

by | Jul 27, 2021

The French parliament voted Monday to require COVID-19 vaccine passports to participate in public life. The policy is even stricter…

by | Jul 1, 2021

At universities in Australia, Chinese students and certain academics have experienced an atmosphere of intimidation from the Chinese Communist Party…

by | Feb 26, 2021

A warning: near the bottom of this column you’ll find a completely shameless, though entirely relevant, plug. There, I said…

by | Dec 20, 2018

Canberra Americans should feel at home in Australia. A large, diverse, beautiful land, its people tend to be open and…

by | Nov 23, 2018

It’s appropriate that I started writing this on Thanksgiving morning. We all have every reason to be thankful for the courageous Americans who stood up and did their duty during WWII, including the flyers military historian Bruce Gamble brings us in the very readable Kangaroo Squadron.

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