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06.02.2018 Dr Matteo Salonia

A Speech to the Mises UK Conference The political philosophy of Niccolò Machiavelli does not appear to be a pressing problem. Yet, it is with a sense...
05.02.2018 F. William Engdahl

The pressure is escalating against the development of China as a global factor. At the same time the Pentagon released its 2018 US National Security...
02.02.2018 Sidney Petron

President Trump’s formal recognition of Jerusalem as the capital of Israel on December 6, 2017, sent shockwaves throughout the media and diplomatic...
02.02.2018

Realism in International Relations (IR), as a paradigm, is the most developed and widespread of the academic schools in the field. The dispute...
01.02.2018 Sayyid Ali Khamenei

We have to state with full regret that vile groups such as DAESH are the spawn of such ill-fated pairings with imported cultures.  If the matter was...
31.01.2018 Paul Craig Roberts

In an act of insane escalation of provocations against Russia, Washington has produced a list of 210 top Russian government officials and important...
30.01.2018 Dimitris Konstantakopoulos

Katehon’s interview with Greek political analyst Dimitrios Konstantakopoulos about current crisis, history and international relations
29.01.2018 Ilana Mercer

President Trump’s questioning of immigration into the United States from what he crudely called “s-ithole” countries masks a more vexing question:...
26.01.2018 Christopher Pisarenko

Zionist problem does not ultimately stem from American Jewish support for Israel. Rather, it is entirely rooted in the pro-Jewish culture, history,...
25.01.2018 Christopher Pisarenko

Long before John Locke set about writing his late 17th century works which laid the foundations for political liberalism in the Anglo-Saxon world (...