As Dominic Tierney, an associate professor at Swathmore, puts it, it is now up to the U.S. to see and deal with China as a small Lilliputian threat through a giant “Brobdingnagian lens.”
Articles By: Spencer Irvine
As the upcoming fall elections approach, much of the noise and criticism of Rep. Peter King (R-NY) and his hearings on the growing threat of Muslim radicalization have died down as the media has moved on to other news.
The failure to reach an accord between the Obama Administration and the Russian government should not have been a surprise because the Syrian conflict is viewed differently in the West than in Russia, David Satter, the former Moscow correspondent for the Financial Times, alleges.
He may be on Mount Rushmore and on the dollar bills we spend regularly, but a startling number of Americans, particularly young ones, do not know who George Washington is.
At a recent Heritage Foundation event, several distinguished lawyers and law experts had an exciting and at times contentious panel debate over the possibility of the U.S. Supreme Court putting the case of Fisher vs. University of Texas , which involves racial considerations in college admissions, on the docket.
As an amateur Civil War buff, having walked the hallowed battlegrounds of Gettysburg and Antietam, I greatly appreciate any best-selling book that discusses one of our nation’s greatest triumphs: the American Civil War.
The Ayn Rand Institute hosted a panel discussion at the National Press Club which highlighted the issues facing the Middle East.
Václav Klaus, president of the Czech Republic, in a Hillsdale College-sponsored cruise event, spoke about the roots of the current economic problems facing the European Union (EU), as well as its significance to Americans.
Dr. Anthony Bradley, author of the new book Black and Tired: Essays on Race, Politics, Culture, and International Development, spoke at the Heritage Foundation about his research on the downward moral trend of black culture in America.
In light of education reform and comments made by Education Secretary Arne Duncan, CATO Institute’s policy analysis on Chile’s private school voucher program is a great respite from the political battles encircling states across America.