Nightcap

  1. Slowly, a civil war on the left brews Ryu Spaeth, New Republic
  2. African Catholics David Whitehouse, Imperial & Global Forum
  3. Geniuses don’t have to be nice Richard Evans, TLS
  4. The great American banking myth George Selgin, Alt-M

Nightcap

  1. The spirits of 1989 Daniel McCarthy, Modern Age
  2. Trust cycles in politics Chris Dillow, Stumbling & Mumbling
  3. A profile of Christine Lagarde Hujer & Sauga, Spiegel
  4. Catholicism and its critics Tim Stanley, History Today

Nightcap

  1. Arnold Kling likes Larry Summers! askblog
  2. A stake in the heart of capitalism Douglas J. Den Uyl, Law & Liberty
  3. Friendship in pre-war East Asia: Lu Xun and Uchiyama Kanzō Joshua Fogel, JHIBlog
  4. The irony of modern Catholic history James Chappel, Commonweal

Nightcap

  1. Migration in Europe? Where to start! Kapka Kassabova, Spectator
  2. Aristotle’s definition of citizenship John Hungerford, Law & Liberty
  3. Michelangelo’s definition of citizenship M Landgrave, NOL
  4. What can the Catholic Church do? John Cornwell, Financial Times

Nightcap

  1. Espionage and the Catholic Church Aaron Bateman, War on the Rocks
  2. Can globalization be reversed? John Quiggin, Crooked Timber
  3. Getting rich is glorious (scroll down) Pierre Lemieux, Regulation
  4. Africa’s lost kingdoms Howard French, New York Review of Books

Nightcap

  1. Notre Dame is a magnificent monument to a misunderstood age Rachel Lu, the Week
  2. A rock, a human, a tree: all were persons to the Classic Maya Sarah Jackson, Aeon
  3. ‘A Painter Not Human’ Ingrid Rowland, New York Review of Books
  4. The Joe Miller model David Gordon, Africa is a Country

Nightcap

  1. How a burning cathedral rebukes a divided Catholic Church Ross Douthat, New York Times
  2. Bombay’s 19th century factory workers Arun Kumar, Aeon
  3. Why the European Elections will be painful to watch for some Remainers Simon Wren-Lewis, mainly macro
  4. John Mearsheimer’s nationalist straight jacket Paul Miller, Law & Liberty