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This year, 2021, has been particular for Europe, in many ways and senses. Covid-pandemic and all its “side-effects” in European economies, civil...

Since late 2019, Britain has had a stable government with a large parliamentary majority, which has signalled that it takes defence – and the...

From February 1st-4th, the European Parliament will hold a plenary session in Strasbourg, which plans to discuss measures to save the Schengen area....

European societies and EU governments are torn apart by the refugee crisis. On the one hand, many people express in practical ways their solidarity...

The European elites are really clinging to their global structure because they feel and fear the resistance. We can see the strengthening of the...

Recently, long lines of African and Middle Eastern refugees were seen departing from the infamous refugee camp in Calais France in orderly lines,...

  We have a double Trump effect. The first Trump effect is on the media. All mainstream European media, especially German media, were lying to the...

Alexander Dugin interviews Matteo Salvini

On the issue of differences between the West and Russia, I am inclined to agree with Professor Dugin, who argues that Russia is not Europe. Europe...

It is a very interesting question. I think Brexit is misunderstood in the rest of Europe in compare to how it is understood in Great Britain. Brexit...

First of all I’d like to talk about  two of the main types of problems Europe is facing before suggesting a few solutions. The first series of...

As we have witnessed over the course of the past few months, there is a complete refusal on the part of Western leaders to take any serious steps...

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