Suicide of the West: An Essay on the Meaning and Destiny of Liberalism by James Burnham
In 2015 we witness a rare geopolitcal power shift - and in the face of every kind of new external challenge the leaders of the EU and the USA have never looked weaker or more bemused
Russian readers are unlikely to believe a narrative that is paid for by Western governments.
Kang Chol-hwan's goal, as wildly optimistic as it may sound, is nothing less than the overthrow of the North Korean government.
It was Herald Sun cartoonist Mark Knight who tipped me over the edge. To be fair, he wasn't wholly responsible. If it wasn't for all the lunacy that preceded him, I probably would have dismissed his cartoon as just another Herald Sun atrocity, more a piece of Murdoch-madness to be mocked rather than trigger for outrage. But context is everything. And after days of sanctimonious blather about freedom of speech and the Enlightenment values of Western civilisation, his was one pencil-warfare cartoon too many.
Sull'Islam NON aveva ragione la Fallaci nella categoria Attualità, Pensieri e parole, Perle di saggezza
The world doesn't need the United States nearly as much as we like to think it does.
[ 208159208190-209128209131209129209129208186208184 ] Most people in the English-speaking parts of the world missed Putin's speech at the Valdai conference in Sochi a few days...
We like to think our way of life is the best in the world. But trying to spread American values always backfires.
Every year, the Eurovision Song Contest brings the continent to its knees, begging for mercy. Moreover, rather like UEFA Champions League soccer, this is a European competition that generates a global
Nel corso di una conferenza tenutasi ieri a Perugia, il card. Bassetti si è chiesto se la libertà non sia spesso "un vessillo agitato al vento senza preoccuparsi della condizione reale degli uomini
A new study finds that indigenous tribes often recover after a population crash, but what about the people they lost?
President Vladimir Putin has a shiny new toy, the Winter Olympics, and he wants to hold a party to show it off. His "friends" are jealous and either want to dash the present from his hands or refuse to