John Hillen

John Hillen, a former assistant secretary of state, is the James C. Wheat Professor in Leadership at Hampden-Sydney College’s Wilson Center for Leadership in the Public Interest, and a member of the NR, Inc. Board of Directors.

John Hillen, a former assistant secretary of state, is the James C. Wheat Professor in Leadership at Hampden-Sydney College’s Wilson Center for Leadership in the Public Interest, and a member of the NR, Inc. Board of Directors.

Foreign Policy by Map

George W. Bush left office with his activist foreign policy in disrepute. Fast-forward six years: President Barack Obama has pursued, in some respects, the opposite approach, and yet he has ...

A Buckley Man

As we all know, Bill was one of the most consequential figures of he age, let alone in our lives as conservatives. He defined us, to wit: when I went ...

Taking Care of Veterans

The Washington Post business section (rarely read in this one-industry town) had a piece yesterday on the extraordinary failure of the federal government to comply with a 1999 law requiring ...
Politics & Policy

Among Heroes

EDITOR’S NOTE: On Saturday, a few NR writers and friends were among those visiting wounded troops at Walter Reed Medical Center, at a monthly open house. Some of us wrote ...

Advise and Consent

For those of you enjoying Condi Rice’s confirmation hearings today, and wondering what happens behind the scenes, this is a good week to pick up the Allen Drury’s 1959 classic ...

Zetagrid

At the end of last year, the Zetagrid project achieved its goal of verifying the Riemann Hypothesis for the first trillion zeros of the zeta function. This is a landmark in computational number ...

Graner Court-Martial

Most MSM papers and the European press are making much of Specialist Charles Graner’s court-martial and sentencing yesterday – saying it serves to highlight the debate over the morality of ...