Iraq will not be peaceful, prosperous, and democratic until all Iraqis—including Sunnis—believe they have a stake in the new order. Let’s start by giving them ownership shares in Iraq’s oil reserves. By Charles Wolf Jr.
Skilled workers from all over the world want to come to the United States. And when we allow them to become U.S. residents and citizens, they enrich our nation in many ways. So why are we so stingy with visas? By Gary S. Becker.
France suffers from a more advanced case of ethnic Balkanization than does the United States, but the disease is evident in this country as well. How to treat it? By returning to the “ideal of a multiracial society under the inclusive aegis of Western culture.” By Victor Davis Hanson.
If Russians ever decide to hold Lenin accountable for his crimes, they could start by dismantling Lenin’s tomb and burying this monster in a lonely field far, far away from Red Square. By Arnold Beichman.
Austria’s proud intellectual tradition suffered an enormous blow from Nazism and World War II. Kurt T. Leube on the postwar efforts of Friedrich von Hayek to revive that tradition, especially in economics.
Far from liberating the masses, communism introduced oppression on a scale that defies comprehension. The sorry tale of world communism, as seen in the documents of the Hoover Archives. By Robert Service.