Nightcap

  1. In defense of Democratic war socialism Irfan Khawaja, Policy of Truth
  2. China brought NATO closer together Ringsmose & Rynning, WOTR
  3. In praise of trade frictions Chris Dillow, Stumbling & Mumbling
  4. “We are in Soviet times again” Tara Burton, City Journal

Nightcap

  1. Same old story, same old song and dance Johanna Möhring, War on the Rocks
  2. Why Britain Brexited Tom McTague, the Atlantic
  3. Is it rational to vote? Julia Maskivker, Aeon
  4. Large countries and bad government Arnold Kling, askblog

Nightcap

  1. War with Iran: the target package Irfan Khawaja, Policy of Truth
  2. A century of sanctions Benjamin Coates, Origins
  3. The tragedy of the liberal middle class Jonathan Rutherford, New Statesman
  4. The novel Morocco had to ban Adam Shatz, NYRB

Nightcap

  1. The Left lost yet another election. Its response? Reposting old essays… Chris Bertram, Crooked Timber
  2. Israel, Syria, and the Kurds Wilkofsky & Zaman, Al-Monitor
  3. Automation as a colonization wave Robin Hanson, Overcoming Bias
  4. The geopolitics of liberalism Nicolas Hausdorf, Jacobite

Nightcap

  1. Can we still learn from Lincoln? Forrest Nabors, Law & Liberty
  2. On Brexit and beyond Lionel Barber, Financial Times
  3. On Morocco’s most revered leftist Khalid Lyamlahy, Los Angeles Review of Books
  4. 2015: France’s bad year Andrew Hussey, Literary Review

Nightcap

  1. Who betrayed Syria’s Kurds? Amberin Zaman, Al-Monitor
  2. How the Physiocrats confronted France’s empire (Smithian-Misesian-Hayekian federation) Pernille Røge, Age of Revolutions
  3. Strange respect for central banks Scott Sumner, MoneyIllusion
  4. This is just the beginning of Brexit Tom McTague, the Atlantic

Nightcap

  1. Making Canada great for the first time Scott Sumner, EconLog
  2. Detoxifying Brexit Chris Dillow, Stumbling & Mumbling
  3. What’s driving protests around the world? Tyler Cowen, Bloomberg
  4. There’s no telling what’s next” Conor Friedersdorf, the Atlantic