The president’s politics of fear.
William Kristol, the editor of the Weekly Standard and a leading American intellectual, talks to a group of young Israelis about his Jewish upbringing, his. . .
Worshipped by his students and vilified by his enemies as the founder of a shadowy neoconservative conspiracy responsible for the 2003 Iraq war, Leo Strauss. . .
A handful of Jews played key roles in helping William F. Buckley, Jr. found modern American conservatism. What set them apart from the mainstream of their coreligionists?
My late husband’s political views are well-known. His Jewish ones, less so. But they are at the root of everything.
Hoping to reduce America’s “global footprint,” the administration has been shockingly passive in foreign affairs. Result: an ever more dangerous world.
In a wide-ranging conversation, the preeminent writer and editor talks about literature, politics, and religion. (Interview by Eric Cohen, 58-minute video).
In identifying the roots of neoconservatism in a turn against the 1960s Left, historians miss prior decades of intellectual evolution and the influence of an. . .
Why Jewish law is more a set of guidelines than of rules.