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International Relations Theory Doesn’t Understand Culture
The main schools of thought still cling to an outdated understanding of how civilizations work.
The sound you hear is the combined exasperated sighs of all Neoclassical Realists across the globe, wincing at the pain of what the hell happened to FP Mag.
Without The Electoral College, The United States Is No Longer A Republic
Democratic candidates' demands of abolishing the Electoral College and reducing the voting age will eventually lead to the death of our country.
I hate to be "that guy from Britain" lecturing, but yes...read Hamilton, instead of watching the stupid show.
EU leaders agree Brexit delay plan
Brexit can be postponed until 22 May if MPs back deal next week, or 12 April if they do not.
The ‘Burn It Down!’ Democrats
Unmediated mass democracy would lead to the serfdom of minority groups and the smallest, poorest states.
This...is outstanding...from Kevin Williamson.
In Defense of the Iraq War
While the war against Saddam represented the best of a series of bad options, there is no question that our intervention in Iraq was marred by two very costly mistakes.
Un - believable...
In Defense of the Electoral College
In our era of viciously divisive politics, the states are arguably more necessary than they have ever been.
Kellyanne Conway defends Trump after he attacks her husband
'You think he should just take that sitting down?' she says about Trump after George Conway questioned his mental fitness.
It's a Pigcasso! S.African pig gains global fame
A South African pig is attracting international attention for her paintings, which sell for up to $4,000, with the proceeds going to animal welfare. Saskia O'Donoghue reports.
Italie : Un Sénégalais met le feu à un bus rempli d’enfants pour "venger les migrants morts en Méditerranée" (MàJ)
« C'est un miracle, cela aurait pu être un carnage. Les carabiniers ont été exceptionnels pour bloquer le bus et faire sortir tous les enfants », a %
Keira Knightley says the phrase ‘man up’ has led to a ‘mental health crisis’
‘We have a government that hasn’t ring-fenced mental health care,’ says the actor
Twelve students rushed to hospital after man hijacked their school bus
Ousseynou Sy, 47, was driving a bus with 51 high school students aboard in San Donato Milanese, Italy. He started screaming while driving, then he showed a can of gasoline and a lighter.
Samson the Carrier and Goliath the Amphib: Twin Giants of a Compromised Fleet Architecture
War on the Rocks
The aircraft carrier fleet and the amphibious fleet are typically viewed as polar opposites: the fast nuclear carrier projecting strike aircraft from the
In pictures: Life after the Army
Photographer Ed Gold interviewed soldiers who served in Afghanistan and asked them about their lives outside of the Army.
This is the type of journalism that would make Remarque proud.
Theresa May hints she’ll quit if no Brexit by end of June
After a morning of rumours and heightened tension over the terms of the Article 50 extension Theresa May will seek, No. 10 have finally released the letter. The Prime Minister has asked the European…
Call for US envoy to Germany to be sent home over NATO spending row
Top US diplomat in Germany has been no stranger to stirring up controversy.
Europe fines Google €1.49B in third antitrust case
Margrethe Vestager says the fine was calculated based on online giant’s advertising revenue in Europe.
The deep roots of modern resentment
An original attempt to explain today’s paranoid hatreds
Germany first? Europe's biggest economy looks more protectionist by the day
Germany is reportedly planning a state-owned fund to block unwanted takeovers by foreign firms. It's the latest in a string of protectionist moves.
How I learned to start worrying and fear the bomb
Russia and the US control 90 percent of the world’s supply of nuclear arms. And tensions between the two nations were on display at Nuke Fest
The Trump-Merkel doctrine of mutually assured detestation
The intensity of this week’s tit-for-tat has even dyed-in-the-wool Atlanticists questioning the stability of the alliance.
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