Monthly Archives: January 2013

EUROGENDFOR – policing sans frontières?

EUROGENDFOR – policing sans frontières? Guest article by Sonya Jay Porter The organisation called the EUROGENDFOR, EGF, or more properly the European Gendarmerie Force, should be better known in Britain than it is, for its function is worrying and could … Continue reading

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Depardieu bids French statists ‘Adieu!’

Depardieu bids French statists ‘Adieu!’ Guest article by Stephen Michael MacLean On the roll-call of notable French laisser-faire economists, a few names trip off the tongue:  Condillac, Say, Turgot, Tracy, and Bastiat.  But can actor Gérard Depardieu be permitted now … Continue reading

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“I am native – rooted here…”

“I am native, rooted here…” STUART MILLSON offers a centenary appreciation of the life and works of Benjamin Britten The River Alde is one of the most beautiful river landscapes in England. From the quay at the Snape Maltings, at which … Continue reading

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Why the quest to establish a European “national” identity will fail – guest article by Gregory Slysz

Why the quest to establish a Euro-wide “national” identity will fail Guest article by GREGORY SLYSZ On 12 September 2012, in a speech to the European Parliament, the current President of the EU Commission, Jose Manuel Barroso, a former Maoist … Continue reading

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