Sep 4

The war in Ukraine has awakened Europe from its geopolitical slumber and has proved to be a catalyst for EU policy — including bad policy. Ahead of an emergency meeting of the EU Council set for next Friday, the bloc is yet again mulling an affront to textbook environmental economics…

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Aug 19

Hard times are the test of true friendship. As Ukraine keeps the world’s enmity stubbornly fixed on Russia despite the war’s economic consequences, one of its staunchest self-declared allies is stealthily breaking ranks by failing to deliver weapons as it promised. Spain, an otherwise NATO-delinquent outpost a continent away from…

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Jul 11

“Independence (Squire Jack Porter)” (1858), an oil on paperboard by Frank Blackwell Mayer, located in…

The Right: The Hundred-Year War for American Conservatism. By Matthew Continetti. Basic Books; 496 pages; $18.99.

Sometime towards 1954, a little-known French historian suddenly rose to scholarly fame not yet two years since clinching his doctorate. René Rémond — then only 36 — had spent the better part of his…

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Jorge González-Gallarza

Jorge González-Gallarza

A writer in Paris, Jorge's work has featured in The Wall Street Journal, National Review, The American Conservative, The National Interest and elsewhere.