The fight against IS is but a part of it.
A connection impossible to avoid.
Why life in liberal democracies is too shallow.
“One of the last bastions of humanity.”
How IS is at once medieval and distinctly modern.
Radical Islam is at war with Western civilization, argues Ezra Levant, and has been for years. But many in the West have preferred to pretend. . .
In Submission, his most recent novel, the French writer-provocateur Michel Houellebecq imagines France after an Islamic takeover. The book, argues Amir Taheri, is as much. . .
In Culture and Anarchy, the preeminent Victorian intellectual Matthew Arnold famously wrote of the contest between those human endeavors that are noble, ennobling, and beautiful. . .
In Ukraine as in the Holy Land, civilization sits precariously on a field sodden in blood. Israel understands this. Does the White House?