Patrick J. Garrity, a long-time friend and contributor to the Claremont Review of Books, is remembered by Larry P. Arnn and Christopher Flannery.
Foreign Policy & War
We cannot survive without the defense of our sovereignty and independence.
Spring 2021 Correspondence
The U.S. is still in a position to contain China’s challenge, but time runs short.
Bureaucracy and technology too often seem to crowd out the actions of individuals; this is particularly true in war.
Insufficient attention has been directed to the external forces that contribute to the dissolution of the West.
America has never faced such an adversary.
The long-term future of Republican foreign policy will require balancing internationalist, hardline, and noninterventionist concerns.
American culture has unique characteristics that explain our country’s extraordinary success.
Unless Iran is stripped of its nuclear potential in the near future we will be facing a new and perilous front.
The movement's next hundred years.