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.”
With the pending French presidential election on May 7, I argue that the election is about whether France will be “for all” or for the French. I estimate Marine Le Pen, the Right-wing nationalistic-populist, has a 60% chance of winning.
Right-wing Populism and nationalism has swept across the West. The EU is dying. Russia is in the wings. Who benefits? Read on to find out.
The recent election of the pro-EU, center-Right Mark Rutte and his VVD Party in the Netherlands is not a bellwether for the future of Europe. Indeed, it is the last gasp of a dying European establishment.