Originally published by Daily Express The German Chancellor has faced a barrage of criticism in the days since the Berlin … Continued
Originally published by The Spectator Anybody who has observed Germany in recent years may have noticed that the country’s politicians … Continued
The European policy Germans call “Willkommenskultur” — the enthusiastic embrace of refugees from Syria and other Muslim-majority countries — has … Continued
The German Chancellor has been heavily criticised for being slow to react to the four horror attacks in which 15 … Continued
Originally published in The Spectator. Is Turkey part of Europe? For most of our civilisation’s history, to have even asked such … Continued
Originally published in BBC News. A UK-based magazine has offered a prize to the author of the most offensive poem about … Continued
The Good Germans: Was the Battle of Waterloo primarily a ‘British’ or a ‘Prussian’ victory – or a genuinely ‘Allied’ one?
Originally published by The Wall Street Journal Whether holding the “Hot Gates” against the Persians, manning the Alamo in defiance of … Continued
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This is an event summary of a speech given by Barry Eichengreen, Professor of Economics and Political Science at the … Continued
Guest post by Henry Jackson Society Research Assistant Jennifer Falkenhorst Having received the Nobel Peace Prize at a time when … Continued
Citizen Lab, a programme at the University of Toronto examining the relationship between digital media and human rights, has uncovered alarming evidence … Continued