• A guest editorial by Anthony Daniels (a.k.a. Theodore Dalrymple)
  • An essay on what ‘real conservatism’ should look like by Dutch philosopher, Andreas Kinneging
  • An interview with Polish MEP, Prof. Ryszard Legutko, conducted by Kai Weiß of the Austrian Economics Center
  • An essay on Europe’s migration crisis and the threat that it may pose to European culture by Hungarian philosopher, Balazs Mezei
  • An interview with Israeli military historian, Martin Van Creveld
  • A tribute to Edmund Burke by Irish philosopher, Mark Dooley
  • A reconsideration of Jean Raspail‘s controversial 1973 French novel, The Camp of the Saints
  • A reflection on the life and work of Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn by Maltese academic and writer, Andre’ P. DeBattista
  • A re-print of a lecture on natural law and social justice by Ryan T. Anderson of the The Heritage Foundation
  • Catholic scholar Carrie Gress on the history and treasures of the city of Krakow
  • A review of two films about communist terror and the Holodomor by Filip Mazurczak
  • And a tribute to one of the founders of the Center for European Renewal, Miłowit Kuniński, by his friend, Ryszard Legutko