Over three decades after his resignation ended the USSR, how much has changed?
What are the politics of excavating the past in modern Jerusalem?
The Athenian experiment gives us hope
Contrary to contemporary conservative opinion, the sage of Athens may not be democracy’s best friend
A time to listen
For fathers, all the world’s a stage—even the front yard
What do we make of these creatures of contrasts—and literature on the lips of war criminals?
A Soviet childhood leaves its traces on the heart—even as the mind wonders why
Aeschylus prompts us to consider other ways of seeing war—past and present
While Russian school children joked about the Soviet regime, Vladimir Putin’s schooling took a deadly turn
Georgia’s proposed bills overlook one crucial truth: It’s the truth that sets us free
As Omicron hits, an ancient call to community offers orientation
Free inquiry without ethics endangers freedom
The fading of a republic yields harbingers aplenty
A late antique bishop forces a rethinking of the Texas abortion law
Does curricular reform at Princeton warrant the conservative critique?