• A guest editorial on “The Long Hot Summer of 2020
  • David Engels on the dangers of recent protest movements
  • Lawyer and political thinker Juris Rudevskis on the “Global Mass Psychosis” sweeping the world
  • John Zmirak remembers two of heroes who deserve their own monuments
  • A review of a new book on ‘gender mainstreaming’ in Sweden by Charlie Weimers MEP
  • An interview with Marion Maréchal by Jonathon van Maren
  • A recent speech by Santiago Abascal of VOX
  • Reflections on European and its future by Hungarian philosopher András Lanczi
  • Matthew Tyrmand celebrates the re-election of Polish President Andrzej Duda
  • Flávio L. Alencar on the importance of Hispanic traditionalism for the West
  • Fr. Mario Alexis Portella on the conversion of the Basilica of Hagia Sophia
  • The Preface of Contagio Rosso, a collection of essays on the CCP threat in Europe by Francesco Galietti
  • An interview with Emma Cohen de Lara, editor of the new Dutch book, Plato en de sofisten
  • A brief appreciation of La Nouvelle Librairie in the Quartier Latin of Paris
  • Archbishop Viganò’s “Open Letter to U.S. President Donald J. Trump”
  • David Engels imagines the Preamble to a Constitution for a Confederation of European Nations
  • In Austria, the magazine Neue Ordnung becomes Abendland
  • Jaime Nogueira Pinto on “The Century of Salazar”
  • Several personal tributes to French author Jean Raspail (1925-2020)
  • Mark Dooley, Daniel J. Mahoney, and Laetitia Strauch-Bonart on Roger Scruton (1944-2020)
  • And a final Scrutonian consideration of smiles and selfies