Abraham Blondeau

Call of Duty WWII: Using History to Sell Violence

Are violent video games teaching history or twisted morals?

Cheap Chinese aluminum is undermining national security.

Possible cuts will leave Britain incapable of the offensive.

Europe: A would-be superpower that lacks only a strong leader

Rewriting history to justify autocracy

A new movie tells the story—but takes more than a little artistic license.

U.S. general warns of Russian superiority in heavy armor.

America’s officer corps is perhaps the finest in American—or human—history, yet America hasn’t won a war in more than 70 years.

Young Americans have gone from being ignorant of their past to becoming ignorant of and hateful toward it. Why?

One prophetic age ends, and another begins

America’s improbable victory in the War of Independence

How can you undo democracy? Undo the education of the voters.

Deficiencies in historical education endanger American democracy.

A grisly reminder of American failure

No matter who wins, America will lose.

Missile attacks will have worldwide consequences.

The moment that transformed Britain and prepared it for greatness

It is the foundation of world order. What happens if it crumbles?

Lessons from Abraham Lincoln’s leadership for modern America

The history leading to the Holocaust is repeating itself.

America is moving into a dangerous era where the only constraints on presidential power are no longer constitutional—merely political.