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.”
Tag: Geert Wilders
France For All Or France For the French?
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.
Who Benefits? The EU’s Demise and the Nationalists’ Rise (All on Russia’s Time)
Right-wing Populism and nationalism has swept across the West. The EU is dying. Russia is in the wings. Who benefits? Read on to find out.
The Netherlands Election: European Nationalism Is Not Waning
The recent election of the pro-EU, center-Right Mark Rutte and his VVD Party in the Netherlands is not a bellwether for the future of Europe. Indeed, it is the last gasp of a dying European establishment.