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Garry Kasparov V: On the threat posed by dictators to America and other Western countries, and the need for the West to defend itself and its principles.
Date Added: May 5, 2018
Jonah Goldberg IV: The National Review senior editor on nationalism, populism, and identity politics in America.
Date Added: April 21, 2018
Peter Berkowitz II: The Hoover Institution senior fellow on critiques of liberal democracy and why it deserves to be defended.
Date Added: April 7, 2018
James Warren: The veteran reporter and editor shares his perspective on today's media landscape and the problem of fake news.
Date Added: March 26, 2018
Nicholas Eberstadt: The distinguished American Enterprise Institute scholar on the distinctive character of the North Korean regime and the threats it poses.
Date Added: March 9, 2018
Charles Murray III: One of America's preeminent thinkers reflects on the major themes of his work.
Date Added: February 26, 2018
Mike Murphy II: On possible paths forward for the Trump administration and the parties in the midterms and in 2020.
Date Added: February 9, 2018
John Podhoretz: The editor of Commentary discusses movies, TV, and American popular culture.
Date Added: January 27, 2018
Garry Kasparov IV: On the political and social implications of new technologies including artificial intelligence.
Date Added: January 15, 2018
Jack Goldsmith: The Harvard law professor shares his perspective on the state of American institutions during the Trump presidency.
Date Added: January 2, 2018
Harvey Mansfield XIV: On the connection between the thought of Alexis de Tocqueville and Machiavelli.
Date Added: December 18, 2017
Dan Balz: The Washington Post political reporter shares his perspective on the fragmentation of the media, our political parties, and the Trump presidency.
Date Added: December 3, 2017