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PI Newsletter #82

 1. The Case for Populism We Hungarians have rarely had easy lives. As was the case with other nations that came under the direct domination of the Soviet Union in the 20th century, we had to struggle to retain our… Read More ›

PI Newsletter #81

Swedish schools to erase ancient history from history class Due to lack of lesson time, the Board of Education now suggests that the History subject must be radically changed. At the upper grades 7-9, where pupils are 13-15 years old,… Read More ›

PI Newsletter #80

As Nordstrom 2 nears completion, unease in Germany rises to surface Nord Stream 2 is becoming increasingly problematic for Germany in its relationship with its eastern neighbors, both inside and outside the European Union. The Nord Stream 2 pipeline, which… Read More ›

PI Newsletter #79

1. Why Hasn’t Brexit Happened? Many statesmen warned from the outset that British ideas of liberty would not survive a merger with the E.U. […] In 1962, as Tory Prime Minister Harold Macmillan was eying EEC membership, Labor leader Hugh… Read More ›

PI Newsletter #78

16 Muslim Countries Endorse China Forcing Muslims to Eat Pork        What really effective diplomacy looks like The war of letters began when 22 countries penned a letter to the United Nations Human Rights Council condemning China’s treatment… Read More ›

PI Newsletter #77

European Union: A Massive Expansion of Top-down Powers An examination of von der Leyen’s main policy proposals reveals that she is calling for a massive expansion of top-down powers of the European Commission. Her proposals would substantially increase the role… Read More ›

PI Newsletter #76

The failure to stand up for conservative thinking is leading us into a new cultural dark age. Now we see respectable thinkers accused of racism, sexism, homophobia, trans-phobia, Islamophobia and a host of other thought crimes, on the strength of… Read More ›

PI Newsletter #73

1. The EU is no haven of democracy The European Parliament is merely a democratic figleaf for the EU. The right to vote is a cornerstone of democracy which had to be fought for. But this right loses its meaning if… Read More ›

PI Newsletter #71

1. Beyond the “Fanaticism of the Center”: Giving Poland and Hungary Their (Qualified) Due Do Poland and Hungary remain free countries? Yes. Is there fear in the streets of Warsaw, Budapest, and other Polish and Hungarian cities? No. Observers should not… Read More ›

PI Newsletter #72

Persecution of Christians is modern-day ‘genocide’ says report as Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt blames failure to confront the oppression of world’s most targeted faith group on ‘political correctness’ Christians are ‘by far the most persecuted’ religious group and are enduring… Read More ›