Below are belated links to many articles that will be of interest to regular Eunomia readers:
Now online from recent TAC issues:
From the current online issue: Prof. Kurth’s fine article on the effects of demographic change on foreign policy and international order, Nicholas von Hoffmann on Clinton, Michael on the Christian Zionists of CUFI, Paul Belien on the effects of past immigration amnesties in the Netherlands, Claude Salhani on Chinese electronic and satellite warfare and Pat Buchanan on the “ideological war.”
From the previous issue: John O’Sullivan on immigration politics, Caleb Stegall’s much-discussed review of Deep Economy, Paul Robinson on the “surge,” and James Bovard on legal challenges to administration detention and torture policies. I have previously mentioned Michael’s article on Rick Santorum and William Lind’s argument for rapprochement with Iran, but I’ll list them again anyway.
New in the last couple of weeks at the Chronicles’ site:
Dr. Trifkovic has a new article on the demographic impact of current immigration levels, another on Pakistan, another on Kosovo, and another on the current situation in Iraq. Mr. Buchanan writes on U.S. de-industrialisation, and writes here on the Newark killings and here on Karl Rove. Paul Craig Roberts writes on China and U.S. media hyping “the China threat.” From the August issue, Fr. Hugh Barbour has an article on Josef Pieper and liberality as the basis of culture. Here is Tom Piatak on Harvey Mansfield’s “Straussian piffle.”