From The National Interest, Daniel Drezner on oil dependence as virtue: It turns out, a world without oil dependence is a world that doesn’t need an American superpower; a review of books on the Arab center; Jacob Heilbrunn on Reflections from the Right: A review of books; a review of Will Terrorists Go Nuclear? by Brian Michael Jenkins; and terrorists are getting creative — what can we do about it? "Our culture is better": An interview with Geert Wilders, champion of freedom or anti-Islamic provocateur? Do conflicts cause poverty, or vice-versa? Democratic doubt: What happens when political freedom unleashes epic violence? An interview with James M. McPherson, author of Abraham Lincoln as Commander in Chief. Left Turn Ahead: William Appleman Williams and Gabriel Kolko impart vital lessons for the Right. Michael Dirda reviews The Best of All Possible Worlds: A Story of Philosophers, God, and Evil by Steven Nadler. A review of The Last Superstition: A Refutation of the New Atheism by Edward Feser. Next year In Birobidzhan: An article on Stalin’s Siberian Zion. The next thing in student loans: Investors pay your bills — you give them a share of your future. A review of Dilettanti: The Antic and the Antique in Eighteenth-Century England by Bruce Redford. More and more and more on Stop Me If You’ve Heard This by Jim Holt.