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How the Political (Right) Became Personal

Homecoming, Kairos and Cultural Tectonics In attempting to understand contemporary ideologies, one must conscientiously stand back from the simple polarisation of left and right and good and bad. A broad-angle view of politics suggests that individual affiliations arise in peculiar…

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To Solve the German question

In 2015 history repeated itself: Germany once again plunged the continent into misfortune. Merkel’s now legendary order not to reject refugees at the border has triggered a chain reaction that has cost thousands of lives and jeopardized the whole idea…

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And If We Let the Catalans Decide?

Breizh-info.com: What is your point of view on the referendum in Catalonia? Hasn’t the Spanish government made a huge mistake in refusing to organize a consultation that could have turned out in its favour, had it not resorted to this…

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Whither Europe? – Part 2

Fragment and Future Many are the arguments brought against a ‘Europe of Nations’, particularly one devoid of any overarching, consolidated federalist government, and not all of these arguments can, or should, be easily dismissed. We limit ourselves to those few…

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Whither Europe? – Part 1

The 2019 Italian budget, written by that eternally uneasy coalition of populist parties which presently form the Italian government, and which are held together by nothing more than their unified opposition to the establishment, has recently gone down in history…

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European Resistance

The situation confronting all the Western peoples today presses ever more individuals to pose themselves questions, the responses to which must be sought by deepening our investigations of the historical and cultural causes which, for nigh on a century, have…

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