It is difficult to conceive that all the elements of a perfect storm in the three central Balkans statelets have been planted fortuitously, without the guidance of a single strategic concept or operational centre.
Wokeism radically challenges the system: “You have succeeded by virtue of your visible identity alone.”
The obvious point to which Brussels turns a blind eye is that there is no popular mandate for cancelling Europe’s long-established culture.
The Visegrad nations in the center of Europe are challenging the orthodoxy of the EU elite and throughout history direct challenges to enforced dogmas spark a lot of chaos, change, and empower others to stand against the status quo.
A globalist world, for the few who aspire to grow wealthy in it, is understood to be a veritable cornucopia of uncountable material satisfactions
The unipolar alliance is in truth nothing less than neo-technocratic feudalism, Matt Ehret writes.
Viktor Orbán continues to show Brussels that there are better ways of managing the EU than simply taking the “one suit fits all” approach.
Washington would do well to discount von Leyen’s gushing love-in with Biden – it means very little, Alastair Crooke writes.