War will continue under the Old Cold War doctrine. War will always be present, and yet will never be seen by the majority of our citizens, Cynthia Chung writes.
The core lesson explored by Plato throughout all of his dialogues is that we are a species of both reason and passion who live in a discoverable universe where both freedom and law co-exist.
What hotter button could there be to push than that of anti-Semitism? The world has moved on since the days of Dachau and the Gulag, and methods of control are no longer as brutal. But they’re still effective nonetheless.
Through the years the idea of what freedom means has narrowed and at present its interpretation seems very much in the hands of the West, Tim Kirby writes.