Discussed in this episode
Editor Charles Kesler and Associate Editor Spencer Klavan meet to peruse the fall CRB. Kesler’s editor’s note about the intellectual legacy of Henry Kissinger considers whether foreign policy realism is gaining steam on the world stage as multiple wars rage on. Mark Helprin’s essay on the grinding conflict in Israel takes a practical look at the situation, and Bill Voegeli’s essay articulates the predicament of the modern Left since October 7. Plus much more from the fall CRB.