The coronavirus killed internationalism. Specifically, it has ended free movement between countries and international control over national budgets.
A little over two months ago, we celebrated the successful ‘National Conservatism’ conference held in Rome under the auspices of the Edmund Burke Foundation, and several other European and American organizations. The feeling of optimism there, and the bold ideas that many of its speakers communicated to the world, was nothing short of remarkable.
This is the first of two ‘Publishers’ Statements’ to be posted during the inaugural months of the online edition of The European Conservative. A Statement by a representative of the Board of the Center for European Renewal shall be published in due course.
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