The Writings of Arjun Singh – An exhibition of academic, commentative and literary work by Arjun Singh.


Arjun is a politics reporter with The Daily Caller News Foundation. Click this link to be directed to the website where his articles may be read. Continue reading


Articles published in National Review

October 8, 2022

From April 12th, 2022 to June 17th, 2022, Arjun was an editorial intern at National Review in New York, where he published 165 articles on many subjects. Open to find his articles here. Continue reading


Sexual Assault in the Military: The Case For No Reform

Arjun interviewed Lt. Col. (Ret’d) Geoffrey Corn, a former U.S. Army JAG officer, about the problem of sexual assault in the military and proposals to resolve it. Continue reading


X and Y: A solution for transgender athletics

Rather than using the loaded proxy terms of ‘women’ and ‘men’ to bifurcate sporting events, the distinctions of ‘X’ and ‘Y’ are more appropriate. These refer to the chromosomes in the last pair of human DNA, which determine a person’s physical prowess. Continue reading


The monarchy is dying, long live the Queen

April 1, 2022

It’s a marked contrast from 1948 when King Farouk of Egypt said “one day, there will only be five kings left: jacks, clubs, hearts, spades, and the King of England.” Now, even this house of cards is about to collapse. Continue reading


Where is Boris Johnson’s ‘Churchill Factor’?

March 31, 2022

From Charles I to Cromwell, Buchanan to Lincoln, and Chamberlain to Churchill, the character of our leaders often swings back and forth between the terrible and the terrific. In this last dyad, the judgment of Boris Johnson now hangs in the balance. Continue reading


Interview: The politics of inflation on the Safe Space Café

March 22, 2022

On March 20, 2022, Arjun was interviewed by David John of Safe Space Café on the politics of inflation, military spending, and the Conservative Party leadership election. Continue reading


Don Young, the colorful congressman, dead at 88

March 19, 2022

Never content with the “greasy pole” of D.C. politics, Young steered clear of the House GOP leadership despite his seniority. However, he carved out an idiosyncratic reputation for himself, marked by Alaskan quirks. Continue reading


“This seat is reserved”: Quotas now emergent on the Supreme Court

March 4, 2022

Such is the nature of quotas: once imposed, political pressure makes them notoriously difficult to escape. Would a future Democratic president risk upsetting black or women voters with a white male nominee to Ketanji Brown Jackson’s seat? Continue reading


The Metamorphosis of Volodymyr Zelensky

February 26, 2022

In 1914, King Albert I of Belgium faced down the German war machine, taking personal command of the military and uniting his people to fight. Over a century later, in Volodymyr Zelensky, we find another such hero. Continue reading


From April 12th, 2022 to June 17th, 2022, Arjun was an editorial intern at National Review, the American conservative editorial magazine founded by William F. Buckley, Jr. in 1955. As an intern, Arjun lived in New York City and worked out of NR’s offices in Manhattan. He published 165 articles in National Review, including original reporting on both breaking news and investigative projects, opinion commentary, short articles, and photographs/videos. He also edited articles published in National Review‘s print magazine.

Arjun covered a variety of subjects and events during that time, including a mass shooting on the New York City Subway in Sunset Park, Brooklyn, on April 12th (his first day); the Met Gala, on May 1st; the 21st Century Art auction at Christie’s New York, on May 10th; the mass shooting at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas, on May 24th; protests in New York City in response to the Supreme Court’s leaked draft of its Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization opinion; the Governor’s Ball Music Festival, on June 10th; and other significant events. Arjun’s articles, in total, were viewed over 3 million times, and he was often the most-read author on National Review Online‘s rankings.

Arjun’s articles for National Review may be viewed here: