Andrew Cusack

Andrew Cusack is a graduate of the University of St. Andrews in Scotland, with an M.A. (Hons) in Modern History. His writing has appeared in the Weekly Standard, among others. He is formerly the associate editor of the New Criterion.

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Benedict in Bohemia

  The Holy Father, Pope Benedict XVI, recently traveled to the Czech Republic in a journey he described as “both a pilgrimage and a mission.” The ancient land of Bohemia was once at the very center of Christian civilization. It was from here that the brother saints Cyril and Methodius launched their mission to convert … Read more

Argentina Mourns an Honest Man

Argentina entered a period of deep reflection following the recent death in old age of Raúl Alfonsín, the country’s first democratically elected president after the military dictatorship of 1976-1982. In three days of official mourning, Argentines waited hours in lines that stretched many city blocks to view the former president’s body. The government and opposition … Read more

Rethinking Russia

Such is the paranoid tendency of our hyperbolic Western media that one could be forgiven for thinking Russia is reverting to its Communist past. But if we ignore the hysteria of the press (in whose interest it is, after all, to have crises instead of stability) and actually dig beneath the surface, we might actually … Read more

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