Dear readers, long time and new, NOL has decided to move. We’re over here now.
- Federal-republican security versus democratic peace (pdf) Daniel Deudney, EJIR
- Republics in the New World (don’t forget about the Cherokee) John Majewski, TIR
- Fresh air and fascism in the Bavarian Alps Lucy Lethbridge, Spectator
- After Christendom Frederick Christian Bauerschmidt, Commonweal
- Think big, but don’t buy Greenland Scott Sumner, EconLog
- “Institutions, intentions, and Hayekian international relations” (pdf) Nicolas Onuf, RIS
- “F.A. Hayek and the Reinvention of Liberal Internationalism” (pdf) Jorg Spieker, IHR
- Hayek, Colonialism, Kantian Perpetual Peace, and… Eric Schliesser, D&I
- “The Philadelphian System: Sovereignty, Arms Control, and Balance of Power in the American States-Union, Circa 1787-1861” (pdf) Daniel Deudney, International Organization
- Hamas’ Gaza-last strategy Michael Koplow, Ottomans & Zionists
- “Race/Ethnicity, Religious Involvement, and Domestic Violence” (pdf) Christopher Ellison, et al, VAW
- Love in the ruins of the sexual revolution Josh Herring, Law & Liberty
- The logistical state Chris Shaw, Libertarian Ideal
On May 4, 1919, a student protest against the ceding of Chinese territory to Japan by the Versailles Treaty initiated a reassessment of China’s attitude to its own past in the face of Western modernity and domination. The May Fourth Movement, as this ongoing reassessment came to be called, rejected the early liberal emphasis on piecemeal reform and constitutionally limited, elite-led government, but its own brand of liberalism remained indebted to the categories and concerns of late Imperial and early Republican liberal debates.
This is from the amazing Leigh Jenco, and it’s titled “Chinese Liberalism.” Read the whole thing (pdf).
- The International Dimension of the US Constitution (pdf) Tom Cutterham, JAS
- How China avoided Soviet-style collapse Adam Tooze, Noema
- Really good essay on sovereignty (pdf) David Strang, SSSC
- Foreign Relations between Indigenous Polities 1800-1920 (pdf) Brian DeLay, CHAW