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Ideological and civilizational conservatives united in opposition to the Soviet Union, but divide on whether Putin’s Russia is a totalitarian enemy, or a defender of the Christian west.
In the age of Trump, literature can sustain those searching for the courage to resist the politics of division.
Fascism is in the running to be Merriam-Webster’s Word of the Year. But it’s not the right word for the current moment.
Conservative students have the right to bring obnoxious bigots to speak on campus and other students have a right to protest. But controversial speakers should be allowed to speak.
“WE ARE ON THE BRINK OF A CIVIL war.” That’s how Patrick Calvar, head of France’s domestic-security agency, described the jihadist threat to his country in early summer. Just a few weeks later, a man drove a truck through crowds in Nice, killing 84 p
Untangling the different figures and factions, from the Klan to the alt-right.
SINCE 2014, INDIA HAS BEEN THE emerging-market world’s most positive story. That’s mainly because Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) have cut red tape to make it easier to do business in this historically closed country
It's getting harder for centrists to convince themselves right-wing nationalism will disappear any time soon.
The American president has reinforced the victimhood narrative at the core of the Islamic State’s recruitment pitch.
DONALD TRUMP MET WITH HIS FIRST FOREIGN ally just a few days after winning the U.S. presidency. But it wasn’t one of the world’s leading statesmen who got the invitation to Trump Tower. It was Nigel Farage, a man once considered a footnote in British
In France, the governmental devotion to a national culture has left some students fighting for their identities.
A pro-Putin student of the Iron Lady squares off against an anti-immigrant backer of the Big State | “What will be left for the poorest people and the middle classes?”
The leader of a far-right French political party was seen in the building on Thursday, although it's unclear whether Trump knew she was coming.
The roots of Russia's political appeal in Europe and the United States
NEXT YEAR COULD BE THE MOST CONSEQUENTIAL FOR Europe since the Berlin Wall fell, or maybe even since the end of World War II. It is no exaggeration to say that the E.U.’s future lies in the balance. First, the election of Donald Trump has created un
And the bright side of rising pessimism about the American Dream
The notion that one form of prejudice can defeat another is an illusion.
An experiment in democracy that may not reach its 250th birthday.
It’s fine to think that the group is bad, authoritarian, or illiberal. But the debate about designating it pits facts against ideology.
Quebec is flirting with French-style secularism—and courting its risks.
“BREXIT” has made it clear that Europe’s postwar trend toward integration is no historical inevitability. Crises once dismissed as mere speed bumps on the road to an ever closer union now have the potential to unravel the project even further. The st
Donald Trump’s Shiny Marxism A strategy for ruling after losing the popular vote.
The white nationalist leader Richard Spencer is setting up a headquarters in the Washington area.
Fake news is the easiest of the problems to fix.
Trump’s pick for attorney general made the remarks during an interview with Breitbart’s Stephen Bannon, now an adviser to the president-elect.
The context of the Quebec shooting
He supported Donald Trump on the theory that “his illiberal tendencies are actually a feature rather than a bug.”
For his predecessors, American exceptionalism was rooted in the nation’s values and ideas. For this president, it means something very different.
At the annual prayer breakfast in Washington, the president focused on the violent, ideological threats to America.
The phrase used by President Trump has been linked to anti-Semitism during World War II.