The left has long forsaken an affinity with the working class, argues Paul Craig Roberts. Today, being leftwing has more to do with being anti-white, especially anti-white male.
After being on the receiving end of a temporary Twitter ban, Ilana Mercer reflects on censorship in the internet age, including being "shadow-banned and follower-throttled".
Dan Roodt from South Africa interviews Vávra Suk, editor of Nya Tyder newspaper, on the failure of multiculturalism in Sweden, as well as the rise of populism in his country and in Europe generally.
If President Trump doesn’t waver, his border deal with Mexico will be a victory. The Mexicans have agreed to quit serving as conduits to hundreds of thousands of central Americans headed for the U.S.A.
According to news reports, the validity of which cannot be ascertained by the general public, a crazed US government came within 10 minutes of igniting a general conflagration in the Middle East, the consequences of which could have been catastrophic for all.
The Western world is collapsing so rapidly that I am afraid that I am going to outlive it.
Russian political philosopher Alexander Dugin responds to an article in a leading Washington rag.
The relationship between the German dominated European People’s Party and the Hungarian Fidesz couldn’t be worse. Angela Merkel’s Christian Democrats go berserk against Viktor Orban’s party. But Fidesz’s suspension from the EPP could be the beginning of the end of the huge European conservative alliance – and the creation of something new.
Between unity and disunity, independence and foreign interference: Nordic countries have to either choose between creating an independent neutral block in the North, or seeing the region being divided between the great powers.
One of the leading intellectuals of the French 'New Right' who later developed his own ideas around the fate of the West has just died. Dan Roodt looks at the man and his ideas, comparing him to Jean-Paul Sartre on the Left.