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  • Book review: ‘The Russian Revolution: A New History’ by Sean McMeekin

    10 de noviembre de 2017, por Ben.johnson
    Book review: ‘The Russian Revolution: A New History’ by Sean McMeekin The Russian Revolution: a New Story. Sean McMeekin. New York: Basic Books, 2017. 496 pages. I am writing this review of in a downtown Moscow hotel, on the eve of the 100th anniversary of the Russian Revolution – and around me (...)
  • How Christians should view the Paradise Papers

    9 de noviembre de 2017, por Ben.johnson
    How Christians should view the Paradise Papers A long list of the rich and famous including Lewis Hamilton, Bono, and the Queen, have been named by the BBC as having used “tax havens” following the latest leak of information from an offshore law firm. Following the French term for “tax havens” (...)
  • 100 years of false religion

    7 de noviembre de 2017, por Ben.johnson
    100 years of false religion Today – November 7, 1917 – marks the hundredth anniversary of the Russian Revolution, touching off worldwide events mourning or celebrating the event. At its centenary, Communism deserves to be remembered as the most successful false religion to take root in the West (...)
  • Edmund Burke’s conservative case for free markets

    7 de noviembre de 2017, por Frank.holub
    Edmund Burke’s conservative case for free markets It’s hardly a secret that free markets have fallen out of favor among conservatives throughout the West in recent years. Whether it’s Britain’s Theresa May, Germany’s Angela Merkel, or Australia’s Malcolm Turnbull, many center-right politicians have (...)
  • Panel Discussion | Unity Without Uniformity: Respecting Diversity in the Context of Living Together

    6 de noviembre de 2017, por sara.aldworth
    Panel Discussion | Unity Without Uniformity: Respecting Diversity in the Context of Living Together sara.aldworth November 6, 2017 - 4:44pm Start Date Sun, 11/19/2017 - 15:30 Introduction Text Recent history has seen economic pressure as a powerful force for effecting social change. The goals (...)
  • Remembering those martyred by socialism during the Spanish Civil War

    6 de noviembre de 2017, por Ben.johnson
    Remembering those martyred by socialism during the Spanish Civil War Every November 6, the Roman Catholic Church in Spain commemorates the saints martyred by the Communists during the Spanish Civil War. During the Red Terror of the 1930s, Communists killed more than 6,800 bishops, priests, (...)
  • Renewed covenant or populism? Rabbi Lord Sacks on the West’s alternatives

    3 de noviembre de 2017, por Ben.johnson
    Renewed covenant or populism? Rabbi Lord Sacks on the West’s alternatives The deepest division running through the West is not between Right and Left, or liberty and collectivism. Western civilization must choose this day whether it is grounded in a covenant or populism, according to the former (...)
  • Book review, ’Labour and the Gulag: Russia and the Seduction of the British Left’

    3 de noviembre de 2017, por Ben.johnson
    Book review, 'Labour and the Gulag: Russia and the Seduction of the British Left' Labour and the Gulag: Russia and the Seduction of the British Left. Giles Udy. London: Biteback Publishing, 2017. 688 pages. When was the date of guilty knowledge for defenders of Soviet communism? At what point (...)
  • Populist triumph? Making sense of the 2017 Czech Republic elections

    2 de noviembre de 2017, por Ben.johnson
    Populist triumph? Making sense of the 2017 Czech Republic elections More than a week after the Czech Republic’s elections, the nation’s political future remains murky. The election of charismatic billionaire Andrej Babiš is another example of populism’s success in Europe and the weakening of (...)
  • Maximilian Kolbe, saint of Auschwitz and entrepreneurs?

    31 de octubre de 2017, por Ben.johnson
    Maximilian Kolbe, saint of Auschwitz and entrepreneurs? Polish innovators have launched an initiative to proclaim Saint Maximilian Kolbe the patron saint of entrepreneurs. They have created a petition for the pope to name this great Catholic saint the official intercessor of “entrepreneurs and (...)

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