We tend to think of ‘Statism’ and, what passes for ‘Socialism’, as modern political attitudes. These allegedly political attitudes are, however, neither modern nor principally political.
I’ve noted two basic responses to terror attacks from my fellow Englishmen. I imagine these pitiable reactions must be the same across Europe but the matter has been more pronounced for me in light of the two recent terror attacks on what is stil
I think that many readers were already grown up when the Berlin Wall collapsed. This wall is now a museum exhibit. It is dismantled in bricks, in pieces, in concrete fragments. This is such a collapsed barrier between the new and old Europe.
The most serious contradictions between the high and low classes have beenhighlighted inthe latest report of Chatham House - an influential British Royal Institute of International Affairs - on the prospects of the European Union.
The winds of the Cold War are blowing again in Europe.
European politicians prefer not thinking that future is impossible without children, which is a bad example for people.
Populism is gradually becoming the main political trend of this year. According to opinion polls in France, Marine Le Pen is consistently leading.
The right-wing is already in any society. Artificial states were created in Europe after the Second World War that do not have any connection with their Christian roots or identity.