Leadership Worthy of a Nation

The latest issue of World magazine carries an article whose subtitle could be: “The political leadership of the Balkans are corrupt thieves!”   When he toured this region that figured so prominently in the launch of World War I, World’s editor Dr. Marvin Olasky discovered that virtually everyone in the Balkans has rendered this verdict on their leaders.  What he didn’t say as clearly is a subtext in many of the complaints of international students with whom I work: Corrupt leaders corrode pride in their nations.