Category Archives: The American Conservative

China and the Limits of U.S. Sanctions

Sanctions should be used sparingly, or they won’t be a tool at all.

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Time to Cure America’s ‘Clientitis’ Over Ukraine

Too many officials seem to place Ukrainian interests over those of their own country—even if it risks a major provocation with Russia.

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Every Imaginable Break

Biden was more than lucky, and Donald Trump came very, very close to a second term. Everyone should remember it.

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Interior Enforcement and the Border Crisis

The lack of interior enforcement of American immigration laws is almost never discussed.

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How Cesar Chavez Became Cesar Chavez

The organizer’s success came from a mix of luck and merit, and his story is worth studying.

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Trumpism Lite, the Think Tank

What exactly is the point of the America First Policy Institute?

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How Navalny Fell Short

By attacking Russia’s elite, he has alienated the allies he would need to challenge Putin.

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Time for Some Pandemic Patriotism

A moment of pride in America’s pandemic response is appropriate now.

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Big Retail Tightens Its Grip

In an era of bigness, it’s time for regulators and consumers to think small again.

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The Quintessence of Blinkenism

Assuming all human rights are equal is a recipe for instability.

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