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Carnes Lord is professor of strategic leadership at the U.S. Naval War College.
Articles by Carnes Lord
Angelo Codevilla's final critique of our ruling class’s corruption.
A brave attempt to rescue the term “greatness” as a meaningful metric of political achievement.
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.