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Christian Slaves, Muslim Masters

Without the multicultural demographic and ideological context, the holy warriors of the Caliphate would stand out like proverbial sore thumbs in the Western world. Currently, they enjoy a perfect environment. They will not let up until Dar al Islam dominates the world. Or at least they will keep trying. The West should oppose that.

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Middle East Poker

Anyone who knows how to play poker knows the likely final results of a situation like this. Eventually, with a huge pot of chips piled up as a result of competitive raises, one of the players will see another and show his hand. Then all the others must do the same. The bluffs will be…

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PEGIDA – The Canary in the Coal Mine?

The last few weeks in Germany have been an intense struggle between fear, reason, and propaganda. Media outlets, politicians, and protesters were out in public presenting their views about Islam and Islamization without meaningful debate.

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Turkey’s foreign policy subject of panel discussion at IWP

On December 3, The Institute of World Politics hosted a panel of experts to debate Turkey’s evolving geopolitical role, both with regards to the country’s aggressive action in the Mediterranean and Ankara’s posture towards Kurdish minorities, as well as the Erdogan government’s failure to normalize relations with Armenia without preconditions. In essence going from a…

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Prof. Chodakiewicz reviews book on Katyn forest massacre

Prof. Marek Jan Chodakiewicz has recently published a review of Katyn: A Crime Without Punishment in the Polish-based historical journal Glaukopis. Co-edited by historians Cienciała, Lebedeva, and Materski, the work is a collection of translated Soviet documents pertaining to the Katyn Forest Massacre.

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Average Joe: The Return of Stalin Apologists

For more than twenty years now, many thinkers in Russia have been free to reject Communism openly and borrow without fear or hesitancy from the latest Western intellectual fashions. This includes the West’s penchant for moral relativism, which has been embraced with particular enthusiasm by Stalin apologists, who have, in the manner of Holocaust deniers,…

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