Europe as it usually appears to the onlooker starts with the fall of Western Roman Empire, the Middle Ages and above all, Christianity – whether Catholicism, Protestantism, or Anglicanism.
Alain de Benoist is an essayist, philosopher, the author of over a hundred works addressing political philosophy and the history of ideas. He just published Contre le libéralisme. La société n’est pas un marché, with Éditions du Rocher. He spoke to the sixth colloquium of the Institut ILIADE, “Europe, the hour of borders,” on April 6th, 2019.
The Maastricht Treaty that laid the formal groundwork for the present-day European Union was signed on 7 February 1992, only six weeks after the formal dissolution of the Soviet Union.
The current situation in Europe is nothing extraordinary. It was even predicted. Moreover, several times forecasts were made by people who had opposing views on the political system in this part of the world.
The new Pan-Slavism, like the New Eurasianism, must be an element that tackles the challenges of the present together with a proposal that must reason with the very elements that will pull us out of post-modernity and its innate chaos, and also aw
“We have every right to impose sharia here in Belgium, in the way we want.” In a cafe in the city, the beating heart of Europe, Abdelhay Bakkali Tahiri - president of the Islam party and a candidate for municipal elections - tells the Eyes of War
First of all, let me say that it was a real pleasure to meet you and to discover that it seems we are on the same golflength.
Parerga & Paralipomena for Robert Steuckers’ Europa II. De l’Eurasie aux périphéries, une géopolitique continentale (Madrid: BIOS, 2017)