Arthur Herman

Arthur Herman is a senior fellow at the Hudson Institute. He is the author of Freedom’s Forge: How American Business Produced Victory in World War II and The Viking Heart: How Scandinavians Conquered the World

Arthur Herman

The New Appeasers

Biden’s upcoming summit with Xi Jinping risks weakening America even further.

Biden Is Losing the High-Tech War With China

A new executive order banning investing in certain technologies will barely dent China’s ambitions.

How Afghanistan Has Become Another Notch in China’s Belt

Our disastrous withdrawal paved the way for a partnership between the Taliban and Xi Jinping’s regime.

Balloons, Biden, and American Power

What the spy balloon incident tells us about America as a superpower.

By Arming Ukraine We Arm Ourselves

Remembering the lessons of World War II.

Russia’s Real Enemy Is China, Not the West

The Putin years have left it a vassal state of Beijing.

  • World

The Man Who Would Change the Middle East

A reformed Saudi Arabia with strong U.S. support would help block Iranian regional hegemony and derail the Islamic Republic’s nuclear ambitions.

NATO’S Nordic Moment

Sweden and Finland joining NATO would create huge opportunities—not only for their own security and peace of mind but NATO itself, especially in the Arctic

‘We’re Not Leaving Berlin’

Harry Truman used American power to stand up to tyranny. The contrast to our chaotic Afghanistan withdrawal could not be starker.