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The irreplaceable “Great Convener” never lost sight of his goal—and his greatest talent was leading others toward it.
George Shultz shone especially bright in his economic insights, which improved the lives of millions of Americans.
How an “impossible dream” of freedom became, in one secretary of state’s practical hands, a reality.
Remembering my friend, a man of wisdom and humility.
“We just have to have some way of talking with Putin. I know it’s hard, but we’ve got to figure out how to do it.”
The retired statesman reflected on his most celebrated role: adviser and guide to America’s most powerful citizen.
The life and times of the “Secretary of Everything.”
Debt can’t grow forever. It will take skill—and spine—to prepare for the day when the bills come due.
It’s reckless for central banks to try to enforce vague environmental policies. It also threatens their hard-won independence from politicians.
The January riot on Capitol Hill was a shocking example of civic ignorance and disrespect—and proof that our schools must teach civics again.
Identity politics, which supposedly boost the Democrats’ electoral chances, aren’t the sure bet they might appear. Why? Because Americans’ identities are steadily blending into each other.
Why the Biden administration needs to recommit the country to the defense of our allies.
What do Europeans hope to see in Washington in the next four years? An administration willing to make amends—and face its obligations.
Hoover fellow Elizabeth Economy and her colleagues seek to deepen our understanding of Chinese ambitions.
A new cold war, this time with China, calls for a new look at a doctrine that embraced both competition and cooperation.
On China, the Trump administration wasn’t wrong. The Biden administration should consolidate and expand on its predecessor’s strategic conclusions.
Iran must be held to account.
How to respond to the recent Russia hacking scare? Not by talking tough but by erecting tough barriers to further espionage.
Successfully responding to climate change depends on harnessing market forces.
Electric cars aren’t climate-change heroes. They do little to reduce carbon pollution and in some ways even increase it.
Schools need top-to-bottom transformation—now.
Hoover fellow Shelby Steele’s documentary laments the tragedy of a young black man whose death far too many seized upon as a means to power.
The weather is as fine as ever. It’s California’s economic climate that’s driving people away.
Why is “affordable housing” so unaffordable to build? Because it’s built on a foundation of blank checks.
Douglas Murray, author of The Madness of Crowds, on the madness of identity politics.
Encouragement for trying times: “We have only ourselves to count on. But that’s not nothing.”
In its brief life, the 1776 Commission offered a clear-eyed look at the American experiment, a paean to hope and perseverance, and a rebuttal to “woke” distortions.
During the Russian Civil War of 1918–20, anti-Bolshevik “White” forces struggled for territory, materiel, and above all, the outside world’s support. Why they failed.
In a fresh translation, a crucial memoir of the Holocaust era.