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  • When Will Theresa May Exit? - 10/22/2018

    “I wasted time, and now doth time waste me” was Richard II's lament. It could be echoed by Theresa May, but she doesn't echo any wording other than the drab officialese of “We are working to ensure there will be no hard border.”

  • Trump vs. the EU, Again - 10/19/2018

    In his latest interview with Radio Sputnik International, Srdja Trifkovic discusses President Donald Trump’s recent statement on CBS that the EU was formed to take advantage of the United States and that’s what it has been doing to this day.

  • Caravan Puts Trump Legacy on the Line - 10/19/2018

    [C]ritical to the future of our civilization is the ongoing invasion of the West from the Third World. Consider the impact of the decision by Chancellor Angela Merkel in 2015 to throw open Germany's doors to 1 million refugees from Syria's civil war.

  • The Saudi Connection: Enough Already! - 10/18/2018

    In the aftermath of the murder of Jamal Khashoggi inside the Saudi consulate in Istanbul, the question has been raised whether the U.S.-Saudi alliance can or should be saved. It is based on false premises: there is no such alliance.

  • The Age of Nixon - 10/17/2018

    This temperate and thorough book commences with a detailed description of President Nixon's activities on May 8 and 9, 1970, when thousands of young people had poured into Washington to protest the American expedition into Cambodia.

  • Should US-Saudi Alliance Be Saved? - 10/16/2018

    Over the weekend Donald Trump warned of "severe punishment" if an investigation concludes that a Saudi hit team murdered Washington Post columnist Jamal Khashoggi in the Saudi consulate in Istanbul

  • Returning ISIS Veterans: Europe’s Ticking Bomb - 10/15/2018

    In a panel discussion broadcast live by the top-rated Serbian TV channel on October 9, Srdja Trifkovic discussed the problem of ISIS veterans returning to Europe from the fronts in Syria.

  • With Friends Like These - 10/12/2018

    Was Washington Post columnist Jamal Khashoggi murdered inside the Saudi consulate in Istanbul, and then his body cut up with a bone saw and flown to Riyadh in Gulfstream jets owned by Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman?

  • The Coming War with China? - 10/11/2018

    Over the past few weeks we have witnessed a rapid and (for the past half-century) unprecedented worsening of relations between the United States and China.

  • Of Deep Concern - 10/11/2018

    The migrant crisis is principally a deep concern for Europe, with the United States increasingly affected. Canada now joins the list of nations involved in migration issues.

  • Robert Frost: Social and Political Conservative - 10/10/2018

    Robert Frost published 11 books of poetry, won four Pulitzer Prizes, established himself as the unofficial poet laureate of the United States, and acquired a national and international literary reputation.

  • Casualty Lists From the Kavanaugh Battle - 10/9/2018

    After a 50-year siege, the great strategic fortress of liberalism has fallen. With the elevation of Judge Brett Kavanaugh, the Supreme Court seems secure for constitutionalism—perhaps for decades.

  • What Happened to Russian Spycraft? - 10/8/2018

    I am losing confidence in Vladimir Putin. Time was when I had naive respect for the operations of the KGB or whatever the descendants of the Cheka and Ogpu call themselves these days.

  • We Are All Deplorables Now - 10/5/2018

    The battle over Kavanaugh's nomination, and the disparagement of the Republicans who have stood strongest by the judge, seems to have awakened even the most congenial to the new political reality. We are all deplorables now.

  • The Conservative Party’s Phoney War - 10/4/2018

    Theresa May is on death row but files legal appeals that extend her life. She might have taken a mortal hit at the Conservative Party Conference, but Boris Johnson, the Young Pretender (he is actually eight years short of her 64) did not strike the assassin's blow that many expected.