Robert Wright is one of the sharpest foreign policy analysts out there, and I recommend everyone read his newsletter. I was glad to sit down with him on…
I’ll be at Dreamland in Dripping Springs, TX, on Wednesday, January 19th at 6:30 PM to talk about my book Public Choice Theory and the Illusion of Grand…
Predictions, January 2022
On Tuesday, I was on Breaking Points with Krystal and Saagar to discuss my new book. As of this writing, it’s still number 1 among new releases in…
Today marks the release of my book, Public Choice Theory and the Illusion of Grand Strategy: How Generals, Weapons Manufacturers, and Foreign…
On the latest Narrative Control podcast, I discuss the film Patton (1970) with Rob Henderson. We talk about what it's like in 2021 trying to understand…
Review of Patton (1970)Listen now (71 min) | Rob Henderson and Richard Hanania discuss the film Patton (1970). They talk about what it's like in 2021 trying to understand a…
On social science theories as propaganda, constantly shifting to justify militarism and large Pentagon budgets
On the marketplace of ideas, wokeness as a symptom, books of the year, and "New Year's Questions"
I have a book review of The Afghanistan Papers by Craig Whitlock up at Reason. For more context, see my collection of Afghanistan content. In it, I use…
Foreign commitments have costs, but few real benefits for the US
Those opposed to the social revolution need to understand how we got here, and present an alternative vision.