Ukraine’s Ancient Hatred
Nikolas K. Gvosdev, The National Interest
Three hundred years of history explain why Putin can never see his neighbor as a fully legitimate sovereign nation.
Pope: More Christian Martyrs Today Than in Church’s First Centuries
Mark Movsesian, First Things
Pope Francis opened an academic conference in Rome last week with a statement on religious liberty and the persecution of Christians. He reflected on the place of religious liberty in Catholic thought and decried religious discrimination across the world, particularly against Christians.
10 Free Market Principles That Could Transform Agriculture
Daren Bakst, The Daily Signal
There needs to be new thinking about agriculture policy. The same free-market solutions that have allowed this nation to flourish are just as applicable to agriculture as they are to other sectors of the economy.
Why Religious Freedom in Sudan Matters to All of Us
Travis Weber, On Faith
With Meriam Ibrahim and her children facing torture and impending death, a surprising collection of activists have fought to save them.