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Redefining Sovereignty ()


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Orrin Judd Links:

    -AUUTHOR SITE: Brothers Judd
    -BLOG: Brothers Judd Blog

    -BOOK SITE: Redefining Sovereighty (S&K Global)
    -BOOK BLOG: Redefining Sovereighty
    AUDIO INTERVIEW: Last Night's Show - Extreme Sovereignty! (Bruno Behrend, 3/30/06, Extreme Wisdom Radio, WKRS 1220 AM)
    -DISCUSSION: Redefining Sovereignty (Heritage Foundation, July 20, 2006)
    -PROFILE: Sovereignty Redefined (Edward B. Driscoll, Jr., 11/03/2005, Tech Central Station)
    -PROFILE: Brothers Judd Blog (Pajamas Media)
    -PROFILE: The Brothers Judd: The Adventure of Great Literature: Want more information on a book you've heard about? Your opportunities to learn about many good books have increased thanks to the Brothers Judd. The Brothers Judd use 21st century technology to share information about a medium that dates back over 3000 years: books. (Edward B. Driscoll, Jr., 1/16/02, Catholic Exchange)
    -INTERVIEWED: Is new media blogging out the old? (SHAWN MACOMBER, 10/24/04, Foster's Sunday Citizen)
    -INTERVIEWED: Protesters surprise pols at flag event (Tara Kyle and Alison Schmauch, February 18, 2002, The Dartmouth)
    -ESSAY: Bush's resolve already has paid dividends (Jack Kelly, 9/19/02, Jewish World Review)

    -INTERVIEW: One nation, under Allah: an interview with Robert Ferrigno: Orrin Judd interviews Robert Ferrigno, author of Prayers for the Assassin, a novel about the near future which posits a world where much of the United States has become an Islamic state (Orrin C. Judd, 3/20/06, Enter Stage Right)
    -ESSAY: Dumb and Dumber: Revisiting Conservatives as the Stupid Party (Orrin C. Judd, 02/23/2005, Tech Central Station)
    -ESSAY: The Strange Death That No One Cares About (Orrin C. Judd, 1/27/05, Tech Central Station)
    -INTERVIEW: America's First War on Islamic Terror: an interview with Joshua E. London, author of America's Barbary Wars -- Victory in Tripoli : How America's War with the Barbary Pirates Established the U.S. Navy and Shaped a Nation (Orrin C. Judd, 14 Nov 2005, Tech Central Station)
    -INTERVIEW: The Contest Between Taxeaters and Taxpayers: an interview with Steven Malanga, author of The New New Left : How American Politics Works Today (Orrin Judd, 7/20/05, Tech Central Station)
    -INTERVIEW: Present at the Transition: an interview with John Ehrman, author of The Eighties: America in the Age of Reagan (Orrin C. Judd, 6/10/05, Tech Central Station)
    -INTERVIEW: Loving Soren: Romancing the theological: Loving Soren is a romance novel with a twist, combining a learned and thoughtful presentation of religious and philosophical ideas, writes Orrin C. Judd in this interview with the book's author Caroline Coleman O'Neill (Orrin C. Judd, August 30, 2005, Spero Forum)
    -INTERVIEW: Celebrating Small Town America: An Interview with Jim Black (Orrin C. Judd, Southern Scribe Review)
    -INTERVIEW: Gilded Chamber author expounds on writing: Orrin Judd interviews Rebecca Kohn, author of The Gilded Chamber, a terrific historical novel that retells the story of Esther - and gathers some tips on writing (Orrin C. Judd, June 27, 2005, Spero Forum)
    -INTERVIEW: with Yann Martel, author of The Life of Pi (Orrin C. Judd, August 2002)
    -ESSAY: John Kerry's attention deficit disorder (Orrin Judd, March 15, 2004, Enter Stage Right)
    -REVIEW: The Birthmark by Nathaniel Hawthorne (Orrin C. Judd, March 1, 2002, Right Turns)
    -REVIEW: What Went Wrong: Western Impact and Middle Eastern Response by Bernard Lewis (Orrin C. Judd, February 15, 2002, Right Turns)

    -REVIEW: of Redefining Sovereignty. Ed. by Orrin C. Judd. Mar. 2006. 520p. Smith & Kraus, $29.99 (Brendan Driscoll, Feb. 1, 2005, Booklist)
    -REVIEW: Changing the rules: a review of Redefining Sovereignty: The Battle for the Moral High Ground in a Changing World By Orrin C. Judd (Steven Martinovich, February 27, 2006, Enter Stage Right)
    -REVIEW ESSAY: Enough with the globo-gab: a review of Redefining Sovereignty, Orrin C. Judd (MARK STEYN, 3/27/06, Maclean's)
    -ESSAY: Revisitation (David Warren, 3/12/06, Real Clear Politics)

Book-related and General Links:

    -ESSAY: Liberal Internationalism vs “Democratic Realism,” 20 Years Later (Simon Maass, May 2, 2024, Providence)
    -ESSAY: Defenders of the Nation-State: Scruton and Hazony (Daniel Pitt, June 12th, 2024, Imaginative Conservative)
    -ESSAY: Sense on Sovereignty (Noel Malcolm, 6/07/24, CapX)
    -REVIEW: Of The Geography of the Peace By Nicholas John Spykman. (Francis P. Sempa, University Bookman)
-ESSAY: Reading Imagined Communities Amid a Resurgence of Nationalism: What Benedict Anderson’s classic account of nationalism’s origins misses about today’s world. (Samuel Clowes Huneke, 4/12/24, New Republic)
    -REVIEW ESSAY: Let’s Face It: Sanctions Are Warfare by Another Name (ASSAL RAD, MARCH 19, 2024, Inkstick)
    -ESSAY: Place and the Nation (John G. Grove, Spring 2024, National Affairs)
-EXCERPT: The Articles of Confederation and State Sovereignty: from The American Revolution, State Sovereignty, and the American Constitutional Settlement, 1765-1800 by N. Coleman (Nathan Coleman|February 29th, 2024, Imaginative Conservative)
    -ESSAY: How to make a nation: In 'Making a Modern Political Order', James J. Sheehan attempts to offer a history of the nation state as we know it, from its origins in other, now mostly unfamiliar, forms of political order to its emergence in the democratic age as nearly the singular expression of political community. (BRIAN SMITH, 9/27/23, Engelsberg Ideas)
    -PODCAST: PHILIP PETTIT – THE STATE (September 7, 2023, Starting Points)
    -ESSAY: Sovereignty Considered: What is sovereignty, how does sovereignty impact a free nation's outlook on foreign affairs, and why does federalism provide a unique safeguard to America's ideal of sovereignty? (JUSTIN STAPLEY, MAY 17, 2023, Self-Evident)
    -ESSAY: National Sovereignty’s Silver Lining: Despite the dire predictions that have accompanied the decline of global governance, less international cooperation does not necessarily mean disaster. In fact, national governments can prioritize domestic prosperity and social cohesion over multilateralism without harming the global economy. (Dani Rodrik, Jun 9, 2023, Project Syndicate)
-ESSAY: Westphalia vs. Appomattox: The Problem with the New World’s Approach to Geopolitics (Miguel Nunes Silva, March 14, 2023, European Conservative)
    -REVIEW ESSAY:Between Sovereignty and the IMF: a review of ‘The Meddlers’ by Jamie Martin (Lars Erik Schönander, January 26, 2023, Commonweal)
    -ESSAY: Just War Reasoning Overcomes Moral Ambiguity on War and Peace (Eric Patterson, February 27, 2023, Providence)
-TRIBUTE: Tom Nairn: The prophet of post-Britain: With the Union on the brink, the radical nationalism of the Scottish intellectual seems more prescient than ever. (Rory Scothorne, 1/23/23, New Statesman)
    -REVIEW ESSAY: The Law of Nature at Sea: review of The Poseidon Project by David Bosco (Jeremy Rabkin, 4/21/22, Law & Liberty)
    -ESSAY: Understanding the New Nationalism (DARON ACEMOGLU, 6/08/22, Project Syndicate)
    -ESSAY: What is a Nation?: Putin claims he is reuniting the Russian people. But ethnicity has never been a legitimate foundation for nations. (Nathaniel Rachman, 3/07/22, Persuasion)
    -REVIEW: of Isolationism: A History of America’s Efforts to Shield Itself From the World, by Charles Kupchan (Mochael C. Desch, American Conservative)
    -essay: The Anglosphere holds the key to the future of international relations (John C. Hulsman, 9/29/20, CapX)
    -ESSAY: AMERICA AMONG THE NATIONS: OUR DEBT TO VATTEL (Bradford Littlejohn, 12/07/20, Modern Age)