The written, democratic constitution continues to be the norm lionized by the so-called ‘civilized nations’ of the West, upheld as the best way to organize society that mankind has come
The ideas proposed by the Chairman of the World Economic Forum, Klaus Schwab, in his book The Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR) have already been criticized quite a lot for a variety of reasons.
In reading Andrew Klavan’s Truth and Beauty, of which there are many positive things to say, I came across the following passage.
The authorities and society, apart from the war, of course, are now most concerned about how to adapt to the new conditions. The novelty of these conditions is that we have been excluded from the West, and we have excluded the West from ourselves. Not that this is something completely new and unprecedented—in our history, we have very often found ourselves in exactly this kind of relationship with the West. And it’s no big deal. And this time nothing terrible will happen. But still, our lives will change significantly.
Any conflicts that have been fought between nations and states have always raised the basic question—on whose side is justice?
President Biden’s blundering remarks of how “little” he knew about the “details of Islam “I knew about it, but I didn’t know the difference that existed. I didn’t know what the hidden
It is a difficult thing to watch, the political leadership of Japan and the South making themselves more subservient to the globalist regime in Washington City at such a crucial time, when the evils of the unipolar U. S.
What is democracy? The answer given by civics textbooks and constitutional law treatises has the merit of being simple.
Carl von Clausewitz’s formula that war is the continuation of politics by other means is reinforced in the 21st century by geoeconomics, where supply chains, promising technologies and control over financial and other assets simply compel decision