Center for Strategic Communication

Two Cheers for the State?

An excellent post from Adam Elkus – strongly recommended! The State Problem In National Security Policy ….The report makes a lot of comments about the rise of individual autonomy, the empowering of regional network-cities, and technology’s acceleration of...

Book Review: Lords of the Sea by John R. Hale

Lords of the Sea: The Epic Story of the Athenian Navy and the Birth of Democracy by John R. Hale  “I cannot tune a harp or play a lyre, but I know how to make a small city great.” – Themistocles Nautical archaeologist Dr. John R. Hale, an expert on bronze...

On Eric Hobsbawm

I was going to comment on the death of the famed historian who was the Soviet Union’s most venerable and shameless apologist, but I was beaten to it in a brilliant piece by British blogger and fellow Chicago Boyz member, Helen Szamuely: A great Communist crime...

Bassford’s Dynamic Trinitarianism Part I.

“Clausewitz wants us to accept the practical reality that these dynamic forces are ever-present and constantly interacting in the everyday world….” I just finished reading a working paper by Professor Christopher Bassford he has posted at...