Nightcap

  1. John Mbiti (Kenyan Anglican) is dead Richard Sandomir, New York Times
  2. The long history of eco-pessimism Desrochers & Szurmak, spiked!
  3. An early case for reparations Eric Herschthal, New Republic
  4. What the 1956 Uprising says about Hungary today KB Vlahos, American Conservative

Nightcap

  1. The Great Firewall of China, as cyber-sovereignty John Lanchester, London Review of Books
  2. The lost art of exiting a war Adam Wunische, War on the Rocks
  3. The Eastern Jesus Ian Johnson, New York Review of Books
  4. China’s first permanent president Johnathan Chatwin, Asian Review of Books

Nightcap

  1. The Big Lie about corporate power is disintegrating in front of our eyes Monkey Cage
  2. How close is Hong Kong to a second Tiananmen? Jude Blanchette, Foreign Policy
  3. Preaching the American Gospel Glenn Moots, Law & Liberty
  4. Aging, death, and the law Joona Räsänen, Aeon

Nightcap

  1. The failed promise of Silicon Valley Kim Phillips-Fein, New Republic
  2. A history of the Antarctic Ocean Jean McNeil, History Today
  3. Another difference between Pakistan and India Tyler Cowen, Marginal Revolution
  4. Why the liberal West is a Christian creation John Gray, New Statesman

Nightcap

  1. Christianity and the West: which came first? Jonathan Sumption, Spectator
  2. Argentina’s infernal cycle Branko Milanovic, globalinequality
  3. Good riddance to the INF Treaty Andrew Erickson, Foreign Affairs
  4. The assault on American excellence? Nicholas Lemann, New York Times

Nightcap

  1. Paying special attention to Israel’s recent home demolitions Michael Koplow, Ottomans & Zionists
  2. The political foundations of the German Federal Republic Jacob Van de Beeten, JHIBlog
  3. Taking a new, leftist look at Christianity in America Marilynne Robinson, New York Review of Books
  4. The best piece on Boris Johnson’s win I’ve yet read Alberto Mingardi, EconLog

Nightcap

  1. The future of God in 1943 Tim Stanley, History Today
  2. Against the old clichés, Anne Applebaum, New Criterion
  3. French colonialism lives on in Africa Thomas Fazi, spiked
  4. A free-market gold standard? George Selgin, Alt-M