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  • Commentary posted January 28, 2016 by Mike Gonzalez The Right Fight for One National Identity, Not Multiculturalism

    Barely a quarter century after their defeat of the Soviet Union and its international socialism, the U.S. and Europe are faced again with the national question. To wit, in the age of Islamist terrorism that knows no borders and migration patterns that threaten cohesion, can Western countries put the evil genie of multiculturalism back in the bottle and promote an…

  • Commentary posted September 22, 2015 by Mike Gonzalez Our War Against Terrorism Is A Battle Of Ideas

    Syria’s raging civil war has transfixed the West’s collective consciousness two summers in a row; last summer with ISIS’s unspeakable barbarity and in 2015 by unleashing a refugee crisis on Europe. Those searching for solutions would do well to take a comprehensive approach. Yes, better military options are needed in the Middle East. But in the current struggle with…

  • Commentary posted October 2, 2014 by Theodore R. Bromund, Ph.D. In Birmingham, Shut Up and Cheer

    The first thing that strikes an American about the Conservative party’s annual conference — which opened on Sunday in Birmingham, in Britain’s Midlands — is how small it feels. The convention center will supposedly welcome almost 14,000 attendees, but it looked less crowded — and less engaged — than the meeting in the United States of the Conservative Political Action…

  • Commentary posted September 25, 2014 by Theodore R. Bromund, Ph.D. The Scottish Referendum: Who Won, Who Lost

    In the end, the vote in Scotland wasn’t particularly close. With 97 percent of the eligible population registered to vote, and an 85 percent turnout, Scotland rejected independence by a decisive margin of just over 2 million votes against (and 1.6 million for). The independence campaign put a serious scare into the supporters of the Union, but they started behind. As…

  • Posted on December 20, 2013 by Daniel Kochis Cameron Rightly Draws a Line in the Sand on an EU Army

    The United Kingdom sagely blocked attempts by the European Union to develop an EU army at a recent EU Council meeting in...…

  • Posted on May 24, 2013 by Luke Coffey Will President Obama Call the London Attack Terrorism?

    President Obama refused to call the London terror attack terrorism yesterday in his major speech on countering...…

  • Posted on May 23, 2013 by Daniel Kochis Obama Administration Refuses to Label London Attack as Terrorism

    Yesterday’s appalling attack on a London street in the middle of the day, which left a British solider dead, was a...…

  • Posted on May 23, 2013 by Scott Erickson Brutal Murder in London Highlights Dangers Faced by Military Personnel

    In a brutal murder committed on the streets near the Royal Artillery Barracks in South London, a British soldier...…

  • Posted on May 15, 2013 by Helle Dale Benghazi Exposes Failures of Obama Doctrine

    President Obama’s aggressive response to legitimate questions about Benghazi at his news conference with British Prime...…

  • Posted on April 10, 2013 by Marion Smith Margaret Thatcher Made Great Leaps, Avoided Compromise

    The life of the late Margaret Thatcher, former Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, offers many interesting and...…

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  • Commentary posted September 25, 2014 by Theodore R. Bromund, Ph.D. The Scottish Referendum: Who Won, Who Lost

    In the end, the vote in Scotland wasn’t particularly close. With 97 percent of the eligible population registered to vote, and an 85 percent turnout, Scotland rejected independence by a decisive margin of just over 2 million votes against (and 1.6 million for). The independence campaign put a serious scare into the supporters of the Union, but they started behind. As…

  • Commentary posted October 2, 2014 by Theodore R. Bromund, Ph.D. In Birmingham, Shut Up and Cheer

    The first thing that strikes an American about the Conservative party’s annual conference — which opened on Sunday in Birmingham, in Britain’s Midlands — is how small it feels. The convention center will supposedly welcome almost 14,000 attendees, but it looked less crowded — and less engaged — than the meeting in the United States of the Conservative Political Action…

  • WebMemo posted May 21, 2010 by Nile Gardiner, Ph.D. Four Key Principles for a Conservative British Foreign Policy

    New Prime Minister David Cameron has a major opportunity to transform and rejuvenate British leadership on the world stage. As the world’s fourth-biggest military force and sixth-largest economy, the United Kingdom may not be a superpower, but it remains a world power. There can be little doubt that the domestic agenda will be the Conservative-led coalition…

  • Commentary posted January 28, 2016 by Mike Gonzalez The Right Fight for One National Identity, Not Multiculturalism

    Barely a quarter century after their defeat of the Soviet Union and its international socialism, the U.S. and Europe are faced again with the national question. To wit, in the age of Islamist terrorism that knows no borders and migration patterns that threaten cohesion, can Western countries put the evil genie of multiculturalism back in the bottle and promote an…

  • Commentary posted September 22, 2015 by Mike Gonzalez Our War Against Terrorism Is A Battle Of Ideas

    Syria’s raging civil war has transfixed the West’s collective consciousness two summers in a row; last summer with ISIS’s unspeakable barbarity and in 2015 by unleashing a refugee crisis on Europe. Those searching for solutions would do well to take a comprehensive approach. Yes, better military options are needed in the Middle East. But in the current struggle with…

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  • WebMemo posted May 21, 2010 by Nile Gardiner, Ph.D. Four Key Principles for a Conservative British Foreign Policy

    New Prime Minister David Cameron has a major opportunity to transform and rejuvenate British leadership on the world stage. As the world’s fourth-biggest military force and sixth-largest economy, the United Kingdom may not be a superpower, but it remains a world power. There can be little doubt that the domestic agenda will be the Conservative-led coalition…

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