From the day it was ﬁrst reﬁned, oil has been seen as one of God’s blessings on America and its holy mission in the world.
Four million people cower as Assad advances, but the world is unmoved.
They expect American protection but aren’t prepared to defend their own countries.
Moscow has a stake in Maduro’s regime, but its value to Putin depends on oil.
Its financial markets may be even more dangerous than its wildlife markets.
Angela Merkel’s likely successor wants more defense spending and overseas deployments.
Or at least that’s how populism’s rise feels to those at the World Economic Forum.
Even when officials push realpolitik, the U.S. remains a beacon of liberty to the world.
And he promises to focus on competition with China and better relations with Russia.
He wants to make religious freedom the centerpiece of U.S. human-rights policy.
A vindication for the Burkean idea that nationalism can advance liberalism.
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