Leon Hadar writes in the Spectator, “Globalisation and nationalism are not the equivalent of positive and negative electrical charges – either one of the other – but rather the opposite ends of the spectrum along which we act as circumstances require. We are all Globalnationalists now.”
The European Union is dead in all but name only. The U.S. needs to assist individual and sub-regional European states in addressing 1) Russian revanchism in the east, 2) the refugee flows from the south, and 3) the terrorist attacks going on in the north. This will require innovative thinking
This VLOG is about how fertility rates and demographics are responsible for all issues facing humanity in the next century. Specifically, the decline of demographics throughout the world will impact the way that human affairs takes shape.
Originally published in 2015, the study “2030, What the CIA Has Not Imagined” made waves. Given that the trends of disruption have intensified, Saint-Cyr’s professor of geopolitics, Thomas Flichy de La Neuville, has decided to republish his findings at The Weichert Report. Read on for more
The European Union is collapsing. Nationalism and regionalism are consuming the supranational entity. Between the refugee crisis and Russia’s aggressions, the EU simply cannot hold together. Therefore, the U.S. must take a new approach to Europe.
In this VLOG, I discuss the trend of anti-globalization, nationalism, and populism responding to the perceived failures of Neoliberalism and Globalization, as well as the breakdown of the social contract between the governed and those who govern in countries throughout the world. These trends are not going away
At a time when the established order is being swiftly overturned, the voices of the status quo continue claiming that we are fast entering a world of disorder. I disagree. In this piece, I critique the cult of the expert and posit that we are headed for one of the greatest periods of stability in history.
In this SPECIAL REPORT, I explain why Marine Le Pen is likely going to be the next French President. Don’t believe me? If I weren’t right then why are French news agencies saying that they will no longer report presidential polls for the duration of the French presidential election? Read more to find out why!
In this podcast, I argue that Donald Trump will win the 2016 Presidential Election, due to ongoing global trends indicating a massive reaction from Right-Wing populists. The rise of Duterte in the Philippines, the Alternative for Germany Party (AfD), and Brexit are but some of the indicators that things are trending away from the post-Cold War Globalist consensus and toward a new nationalism. I hope you enjoy and discuss.
This week’s After Action Report focuses exclusively on the geopolitical fallout from the failed Turkey coup.