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.”
“Until we achieve that kind of innovation and prosperity, then, the United States will continue to be mired in history and hegemony and unipolarity will be a thing of the past. Thus, we will be forced to operate in a balance-of-power paradigm in which the Chinese are very near-to-parity with the United States and the Russians continue nipping at our proverbial heels (despite Russia being a country in severe decline). We will live in a world in which geopolitical risk to the United States is at an all-time high, since we are unable to overcome the major threats posed by rogue states and terrorists also. However, it will take some time to generate the kind of economic boom that is needed. And, it’s not an entirely bad thing to reassess some of our preconceived notions and support for institutions that bear little relevance to this new-old world order of hard geopolitics, strict national interests, and competing spheres of influence around the world.”
“Make no mistake: India and America are shaping up to build the next great geopolitical alliance.”
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.
In my most recent article at American Greatness, I attempt to define how American security and independence are at the core of the best U.S. foreign policy doctrines…and why these concepts are at the core of the budding Trump Doctrine.
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.
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