Brandon J. Weichert talks to Christopher Buskirk of the Seth and Chris Show about the French election and the GOP healthcare reform.
The rise of nationalistic-populist parties in Germany and France has encouraged Putin to try and create an anti-American axis between Russia, Germany, and France.
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.
Despite conflicting polling data, I remain convinced that Marine Le Pen will squeak out a victory in the upcoming French presidential election. I use my 4-point matrix to illustrate why.
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.
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
In my most recent article at American Greatness, I argue that nationalism never went away, but economic opportunity of the last 25 years made us ignore it. Now, with that economic hope stunted, nationalism is here to stay (and it might be a good thing for everyone)!
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.
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!