Our new Democracy Watch column tracks the battles between the EU elites and the peoples of Europe.
The United States and EU have left the Middle East’s only democracy isolated.
The Palestinian cause has become a fashionable pretext for all those who despise Western democracy.
Trying to suppress views we find repugnant is no solution at all; banning something is not the same as defeating it.
Israel’s President is right; if they lose, Europe’s next.
Whose side is Europe on in this existential war?
Reactions to elections in Poland and Germany show how Europe’s elites twist ‘democracy’ to mean whatever suits their interests
Reactions to the Hamas massacre show that we too have to fight for our democratic civilisation
There is a passivity about poll-watching, as if we were ancients reading the runes or chicken entrails in a bid to foretell a future that is beyond our control.
National sovereignty and independence remain the only foundations for democratic government.
The Digital Services Act empowers the European Commission to police what voters are told at elections.
Our new Democracy Watch column will track the battles between the EU elites and the peoples of Europe.
It might seem a stretch for the EU to claim to be defending democracy by denying the right of sovereign nations to decide their own policies. But in Brussels doublespeak, ‘democracy’ can now mean its opposite.