The Contested Rock: Gibraltar after Brexit

When the UK decided to leave the EU in 2016, its opponents predicted all sorts of calamities the country would have to face. One of their valid concerns was the fate of Gibraltar, a self-governed British Overseas Territory that for centuries has guarded the Mediterranean. The combination of strategic importance, flourishing financial markets, and ancient sovereignty claims left it in…

China’s Bare Branches

The Chinese government is growing increasingly aggressive. Currently, the Chinese Communist Party has close to 400 internment camps with one…

Young Fogeys Redeemed

One of the dominant acronyms in the teeming morass of contemporary internet lingo is LARPing—or “Live Action Role Playing.” Originally…

Sardinha & Portuguese Traditionalism

It was the spring of 1913, and the republican political elites in Portugal were getting restless. They had established their…

Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh (1921-2021)

  A brief round-up of some of the tributes published in recent days …   How Prince Philip Saved the…

Shattered Reflections on Hemingway

By some surfing accident on YouTube, I stumbled on a short black-and-white video of a Cuban journalist conducting a Spanish-language…

The Road to Martyrdom

It is difficult to look back at 2020 without concern for religious liberty. In the first few months of the…

Thomas Howard (1935-2020)

Tom Howard is dead, and the tributes have been pouring in. I don’t want to repeat the story of his…

The Madness of Crowds: Gender, Race and Identity

Douglas Murray

London: Bloomsbury, 2019

Que faire? Vivre avec le déclin de l’Europe

David Engels

Groningen: Blue Tiger Publishing, 2019

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…

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2020-21 Winter

Issue #18 is available now.

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