In late May and early June, 1989, students and workers took to the streets. Thirty years later, a Chinese-American protester reflects on the protest, China’s improvements, and how far the country has to go.
On the 30th anniversary of Tiananmen Square, we must remember the man who stood in front of lines of tanks, attempting to stop evil in its tracks.
While the media fawns over Russia’s failing authoritarianism, they ignore China’s much more successful brand of authoritarian nationalism.
As more and more of the tools we use in daily life—payment processing, social media, or even Uber—move online, the question of what it takes to be banned only becomes more relevant.
On Russia, Donald Trump has gone from America First to Blame America First. But Mitt Romney was right all along: Russia is our number one geopolitical foe.
The Brookings Institution’s William Galston warns that liberal democracy ‘faces clear and present dangers’ from a rising populist tide. Is that really true?
Much like the effect of one vote, one gun will not stop tyranny. But many together can enact change and protect citizens.
In two recent interviews, Donald Trump doesn’t really seem to grasp the difference between our system of government and authoritarian one-man rule.
Conservatives have a unique opportunity to make allies of certain liberal-thinking Americans. Let’s stop talking about right and left and begin discussing big and small.
Nothing could be more dystopian than the largest information, communication, and documentation hub controlling your thoughts and punishing you for wrongthink.
The New York Times has been hosting a series of fond, nostalgic recollections about the good old days of twentieth-century Communism. Have they learned nothing?
Communists took another beautiful, prosperous country and ran it to the ground. President Trump should force Cuba’s sickening human rights violations into the open.
If you are apprehensive about creeping ‘authoritarianism’ in Washington, then rigid group-thinking just isn’t feasible anymore.
As anyone familiar with political history could attest, the embrace of social statism isn’t some strategy intended to serve a separate and external goal of nationalism. It is the goal.
Recep Tayyip Erdogan and his party are hailing the victory as a clear mandate from the people, despite winning by a razor-thin margin.
There can be no meaningful dialogue premised upon shared values if both sides only apply those values when it lets them score points.
None of Barack Obama’s wrongdoings absolve President Donald Trump of his. But that doesn’t mean we shouldn’t point them out.
Read ‘1984.’ Read ‘Brave New World.’ But don’t just beware the machinations of the totalitarian state—beware the disenchantment of our age.
I for one am ready to celebrate the Year of Fascism. It’s heartening that Americans are trying to improve their understanding of what fascism really is.
Many on the Left are now preaching moralistic sermons about the decline of our culture and praising the American founders’ warnings about demagoguery.
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