International

International

Tocqueville: How Individualism is a Sign of Equality

When it comes to an emphasis on the individual, Americans lead the pack.

The Reason Why Universities Don’t Give Their Students Challenging Texts

By avoiding difficult texts in our colleges and universities, have we tossed out the opportunities to create many real “geniuses”?

Is America Ripe for a Dictator?

Here are the conditions that have given rise to dictators in the past.

Norway’s Children Are Being Taken from Their Homes

For most parents the thought of Child Protective Services showing up on the doorstep is terrifying.

Is It Important to Support Small Businesses?

It's a way we can actually make a difference.

A New Way to Remedy American Students’ Ignorance of History?

According to a study released several years ago by the Anti-Defamation League, “half of the people in the world have never heard of the Holocaust.”

Germany’s Student Right in the 1920s Was Just Like Today’s Student Left
Bonhoeffer on the ‘Stupidity’ That Led to Hitler’s Rise

Politico.EU: ‘Europe’s Muslims hate the West’

A surprising opinion piece by a Dutch political commentator.

Profile in Courage? The last words of a Russian Commando

A Russian officer, surrounded by ISIS, calls in an airstrike to take them out ... and himself.

Gandhi’s Warm Letter to Hitler

 

It’s safe to say that Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi is one of the most revered figures of the twentieth century.

His method of patient, peaceful resistance to British colonial rule proved both wise and effective. He said many beautiful things, demonstrated powerful discipline, and was a deeply spiritual man.

Pages