A brave attempt to rescue the term “greatness” as a meaningful metric of political achievement.
Carnes Lord is professor of strategic leadership at the U.S. Naval War College.
Articles by Carnes Lord
In memory of our beloved colleague, Angelo Codevilla.
Bureaucracy and technology too often seem to crowd out the actions of individuals; this is particularly true in war.
America's rhetoric problem reflects a wider cultural malaise.
The situation in the Middle East is a greater indictment of American foreign policy than Vietnam.
What stakes does the United States have in the Middle East?
Carnes Lord reviews "Mayday: The Decline of American Naval Supremacy," by Seth Cropsey.
Digging Up a New Past
A review of Decision Points, by George W. Bush
Government work in the 21st century.
The story of how Thatcher, Reagan, and the Pope contributed to fall of the Soviet Union.
A review of Duty Bound: Responsibility and American Public Life, by Mark Blitz
A review of Nelson: Love and Fame, by Edgar Vincent
A review of Aristotle and Modern Politics: The Persistence of Political Philosophy, edited by Aristide Tessitore
America's flirtation with the notion of empire and international and domestic resistance.