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The Ideology of Failure

The Ideology of Failure Stephen Pax Leonard, The Ideology of Failure: How Europe Bought into Ideas that Will Weaken and Divide It, Arktos, London, 2018, ISBN 978-1-912079-5 (softcover), xxi + 266 pp, reviewed by Mark Wegierski This book has been … Continue reading

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Kill Bill Volume One, by Ilana Mercer

Kill Bill Volume One, by Ilana Mercer Or, it takes a village (idiot) to vote for Hillary If you strapped Bill Clinton to a polygraph (or to some lie detector that can’t be fooled by the Clintons)—I suspect that, he … Continue reading

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Hold the Heart

 Hold the Heart Gregory Slysz considers the causes of Russo-Western antagonism Introduction ‘The direct consequences of a war with Russia,’ wrote the British weekly The Economist, ‘we look upon with no apprehension, at least under existing circumstances. It may be … Continue reading

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What next in Russia’s “near abroad”?

What next in Russia’s “near abroad”? The Ethnic Conflict Information Centre identifies possible scenarios Ukraine’s modern history has been dominated by its struggle for national identity and self-determination in the face of aggression and outright occupation from its bigger Russian … Continue reading

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Tsar Putin’s Pobedonostsev

 Tsar Putin’s Pobedonostsev* Ed Dutton reviews a timely analysis of Russian ideologue Alexander Dugin ‘The American Empire Should Be Destroyed’: Alexander Dugin and the Perils of Immanentized Eschatology, James D. Heiser, Repristination Press, 211pp. 2014 Alexander Dugin is little known … Continue reading

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