The Phoney Victory raises some interesting propositions regarding the participation of the United Kingdom in World War Two. However, it fails to consider the alternative geopolitical outcome.
A Ten-Point Compact For a Post-Maduro Venezuela
As the political and economic situation in Venezuela continues to deteriorate, it pays to look beyond the current situation and outline a possible roadmap that could guarantee the return to democratic life
The Tragedy of Brexit
The looming referendum on the continuation of British membership of the EU to be held at some point during 2016, reveals the existence of two factors that explain an important aspect of the nature of geopolitics in the second decade of the new century.
Why Democracy Rejects Cultural Conservatism
The postmodern condition rejects the concept of cultural conservatism and is the cultural framework in which third generation human rights are activated and protected
The Role of Culture in the American Political Personality
The American left is comfortable with the idea of a dynamic and unequal system in terms of economic outcomes, provided everyone can be a part of it.
How Margaret Thatcher Changed Democracy
Patriotism is centred around the protection of the citizen’s welfare rather than the maximization of opportunities for a reduced segment of the population
Neoconservatism and the Propagation of Democracy
Neoconservatism stands for curtailing the size of government when it comes to entitlements and expanding it for the purpose of propagating democracy.
Conservative Remolding of World’s New Social Contract
New Social Contract of conservative right seeks severance of link between political action and economic improvement consolidating conservative democracy