Race, Genocide, and Memory

Race, Genocide, and Memory

Philip Jenkins

In 2012, U.S. historian William H. Frederick sparked a fierce controversy about a horrible if largely forgotten episode in Asian history, the so-called Bersiap movement of the 1940’s.

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Operation Cotton Mather

Operation Cotton Mather

Justin Raimondo

The country is currently suffering through a series of moral panics—or, more precisely, the coastal elites are, while the rest of us go about the business of ordinary living.

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Why Are We Here?

Why Are We Here?

James Kalb

Where does life come from, and why is it what it is? . . . Darwinian theorists tell us it is nothing but a mechanical process that in principle is entirely explicable by reference to biochemistry, and thus to well-known properties of matter.

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  • Trump’s Asian Tour

    Chronicles | November 14, 2017

    In his latest Sputnik radio interview Srdja Trifkovic assesses the significance of President Donald Trump’s five-nation tour of the Asia-Pacific region which lasted almost two weeks and ended with his departure from Manila on Tuesday afternoon, November 14.

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  • Nationalism, True and False

    Samuel Francis | November 13, 2017

    Ruling classes exercise power through combinations of coercion and manipulation—what Machiavelli called force and fraud, or the habits of the lion and the fox that he recommended to princes who wish to stay in power.

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