Sardinha & Portuguese Traditionalism

It was the spring of 1913, and the republican political elites in Portugal were getting restless. They had established their own dominion over Portuguese politics, ousted the last king three years earlier, and ruled over the country with a tight grip. The Democratic Republican Party had been an almost invisible party during the 1890s. The Portuguese constitutional monarchy managed to…

When Cancel Culture ‘Gets Real’

The freedom to say only things that do not offend is not a freedom worth having. While the German media…

The Patriotism of St. John Paul II

Barely nine months after being elected pope, John Paul II embarked on his first journey back to his homeland —…

Patriotism & National Identity

Ethnic identity and national identity are two principles that have always sat uncomfortably together in my life. I was born…

Blessed Charles of Austria: A Holy Emperor and His Legacy

Charles Coulombe

Gastonia, N.C.: TAN Books, 2020

‘Oikos’ & Sweden’s Conservative Revival

Earlier this year, a new conservative think-tank was launched in Sweden with the name of Oikos, which means ‘home’ in…

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2020-21 Winter

Issue #18 is available now.

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