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Sohrab Ahmari

Sohrab Ahmari

Sohrab Ahmari is senior writer at Commentary.

Ross Douthat has written perhaps the most important Catholic book in the era of Pope Francis, which began in 2013. To Change the Church is...
Assad

Christian supporters and critics of Trump’s move must apply public moral reasoning informed by the faith’s rich tradition of thinking about war and peace.

intersectionality

The Women's March was founded in the wake of Donald Trump's election, with the aim of "dismantling systems of oppression" and "building inclusive structures guided...
Harvard

Drive down Massachusetts Avenue, one of the main thoroughfares in the tony, hyper-educated city of Cambridge, and you will spot two handsome Episcopal churches located...
parkland shooting

What does a decent society owe to the victims and survivors of major disasters and mass violence? That’s the question posed by the Parkland massacre and...
john bolton

President Trump on Thursday tapped John Bolton to replace H.R. McMaster as his national security adviser, and the American commentariat had a collective freakout. The unanimity...
intersectionality

Is the postmodern theory of intersectionality--the new master narrative of the left, which claims to expose the hidden and overlapping structures of oppression in Western...
Sergei Skripal

Never ignore the warnings of refugees and defectors from revanchist authoritarian regimes. That’s the lesson the British security establishment is learning the hard way in...
Václav Benda

Václav Benda (1946-1999) was a Czech dissident, companion of Václav Havel, and signatory of Charter 77--the political manifesto that played a pivotal role in the downfall...

For at least two years now, liberals in the U.S. and Europe have been shouting the same mantra in a thousand different forms. The mantra,...
Italy

News of populism’s demise has been greatly exaggerated. That’s the meaning of the weekend’s election in Italy, which saw movements from the political fringes rout...