War isn’t always diplomacy by other means. Sometimes it’s a moral imperative.
Wars such as the Syrian conflict—irregular, undeclared, ideological—all but inevitably give rise to a particular sadism and brutality.
Liberal democracy took centuries to establish. Without American leadership it could collapse, says Hoover fellow Charles Hill. By Robert L. Pollock.
Even the most sacred beliefs are better defended with forbearance than violence. By Richard A. Epstein.