Charles Kesler interviews Walter Russell Mead on the history of American liberalism; the blue model for economic recovery; the four schools of American foreign policy; and American foreign policy in the Middle East.
Mark Helprin with Charles Kesler
Charles Kesler interviews Mark Helprin on the conduct of the War on Terror; character of America's enemies; and Helprin's dual citizenship in the American republic and the republic of letters.
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Charles Kesler interviews John Yoo on exercise of executive power under George W. Bush and Barack Hussein Obama; state of the legal academy today; and the coming Constitutional conflicts in America.
Charles Kesler interviews Angelo Codevilla on America's ruling class; homeland security; failures of the CIA; the War on Terror; and American foreign policy.
Rebeccah Heinrichs argues that Trump's foreign policy is preferable to Obama's foreign policy.
Matthew Peterson spoke on a panel at the American Conservative Foreign Policy Conference, where he advocated creating a "counter-establishment" on foreign policy and described what it will take to do so. His panel begins at the 3:47:00 mark.
Charles Kesler interviews Steven Hayward on the Age of Reagan; supply side economics; the Age of Reagan vs. the Age of Obama; the Age of Reagan and the Second American Revolution; and Communism and the Middle East.