Nightcap

  1. In praise of Donald Trump’s foreign policy Bartle Bull, Critic
  2. Testing the narrative of Prussian decline Ethan Soefje, Age of Revolutions
  3. Blame the Boomers? Arnold Kling, askblog
  4. Freedom from the market Henry Farrell, Crooked Timber

Nightcap

  1. …less government means more unpaid, and too often unrecognized, work for women.” Angela Dills, RCL
  2. The Arab Spring is ten years old Hisham Melham, Newlines
  3. Federation of the Arab world? Notes On Liberty
  4. Myths of British sovereignty and isolation: common law and civil law Barry Stocker, NOL

Nightcap

  1. God’s many mansions Christopher Howse, Spectator
  2. America, the exceptional? Steve Lagerfeld, Hedgehog Review
  3. Liberté sans Frontières and ‘Western Guilt’ Jessica Whyte, Radical Philosophy
  4. Have you paid that poll tax? Rachel Gunter, Not Even Past

Nightcap

  1. A brief cultural history of work sucking Isha Aran, New Republic
  2. Why Jerry Taylor must resign from Niskanen Jason Brennan, 200-Proof Liberals
  3. How epidemic predictors got it all wrong Branko Milanovic, globalinequality
  4. Hayek, Mises, Slobodian, and federalism (pdf) David Gordon, QJAE

Nightcap

  1. On neoliberalism and human rights Zachary Manfredi, LPE
  2. How to work out like Stephen Curry Ethan Strauss, ESPN
  3. Federal minimum wage at $15? Tyler Cowen, MR
  4. James Harden and the myth of heliocentrism Nick Slater, Current Affairs

Nightcap

  1. Modern war in the age of identity politics Annie Jacobsen, Wired
  2. Most thoughtful piece on the Trump presidency (so far) Arnold Kling, askblog
  3. Perfect capitalism, imperfect human beings (pdf) Quinn Slobodian, CEH
  4. The ongoing struggle for our liberties Samuel Goldman, Law & Liberty

Nightcap

  1. Islamic State has stopped talking about China Elliot Stewart, War on the Rocks
  2. Can we see past the myth of the Himalaya? Akash Kapur, New Yorker
  3. Nation-building or state-making? (pdf) Bérénice Guyot-Réchard, Contemporary South Asia
  4. On national liberation Murray Rothbard, Libertarian Forum

Nightcap

  1. Up from colonialism (yes, again) Helen Andrews, Claremont Review of Books
  2. Everything is broken Alana Newhouse, Tablet
  3. Why Trump isn’t a fascist Richard Evans, New Statesman
  4. From Martin Anderson to Charlie Hebdo and back Irfan Khawaja, Policy of Truth

Nightcap

  1. The Protestant ethic and the spirit of…nationalism? Wohnsiedler, et al, VOXEU
  2. Protestantism and the rise of capitalism (pdf) Delacroix & Nielsen, Social Forces
  3. America’s debt to Swiss intellectuals Bradford Littlejohn, Modern Age
  4. Up from colonialism Helen Andrew, Claremont Review of Books

Nightcap

  1. On forecasting political economy Chris Dillow Stumbling & Mumbling
  2. Four years of Trump on Israel Michael Koplow, Ottomans & Zionists
  3. Luck and fate in politics John Quiggin, Crooked Timber
  4. The humanity of business (excellent) Alberto Mingardi, EconLog

Nightcap

  1. Up from laissez faire capitalism (conservative economics) David Brog, American Affairs
  2. Mom’s time Eric Crampton, Offsetting Behaviour
  3. The gayification of the West Walter Siti, 3am magazine
  4. How to survive the coming tech purge Jeff Deist, Mises Institute

Nightcap

  1. Must the president be a moral leader? Michael Blake, Conversation
  2. Why I am not a moderate Jacob Levy, Open Society
  3. Afraid to be free (pdf) James Buchanan, Public Choice
  4. Is India’s federal order doomed? Pratap Bhanu Mehta, Indian Express

Nightcap

  1. Don’t overreact to the Capitol riot Conor Friedersdorf, Atlantic
  2. We don’t need new laws to fight the far Right Branko Marcetic, Jacobin
  3. Longitudinal, generational privilege from the comments, EconLog
  4. You have to suffer Vanessa Bee, Guernica

Nightcap

  1. Modern conquest and the India-China border Dan Altman, War on the Rocks
  2. The political economy of feudalism in medieval Europe (pdf) Andrew Young, Constitutional Political Economy
  3. Medieval modernity: On citizenship and urbanism in a global era (pdf) Alsayyad & Roy, Space & Polity
  4. Constitutional political economy, democratic theory and institutional design (pdf) Georg Vanberg, Public Choice