May Uses Anti-Brexit Points Against Scottish Referendum

  • Lou DiGaetano
  • Mar 20, 2017 12:00PM

If the UK referendum was about taking back decision-making power from a larger body whose interests clash with those of the state, then so too is the Scottish case.

Going Dutch? What Wilders' Loss Means For Europe

  • Lou DiGaetano
  • Mar 17, 2017 12:13PM

The Dutch center’s swing to the right has shown victory over extremism may involve some problematic compromises.

Rebels in Powdered Wigs: The Unlikely Brexit Opposition

  • Lou DiGaetano
  • Mar 13, 2017 12:21PM

This is the level of surrealism that has been attained: the Archbishop of Canterbury is among those who are being lambasted as rogue elements in the UK government.

Referendum: Brexit's Effect On Scotland And Northern Ireland

  • Lou DiGaetano
  • Mar 5, 2017 11:22AM

if Theresa May can’t find a way to make Scotland and Northern Ireland feel like their voices are heard, there may hardly be a Britain to go back to once Brexit is over.

Rinkeby: How Riots In Sweden Were Stripped Of Their Context

  • Lou DiGaetano
  • Feb 26, 2017 11:02AM

It is perhaps not a post-fact world that we should fear, but a post-context world.

Riots In France Don't Mean Le Pen Has The Election

  • Lou DiGaetano
  • Feb 21, 2017 1:51PM

Moreover, she is faced with a challenge that neither one of her playground buddies had to face: an anti-establishment candidate from the left who is just as deft at grabbing his own headlines.

Migrants, Refugees and the EU: An Explanation

  • Lou DiGaetano
  • Feb 11, 2017 11:12AM

Politics is perception, and if a threat is perceived, it may be of little consequence that the threat is highly unlikely.

Donald Trump and the Appeasement Threat

  • Lou DiGaetano
  • Feb 5, 2017 10:00AM

We fear that we’re looking at the sun rising over a new Reich and we’re watching as heads of state stand idly by and allow it to happen.

Old Blood: Will Europe Fight its Demons?

  • Lou DiGaetano
  • Jan 29, 2017 10:00AM

I have learned that American influence is a tricky thing, often ambivalent in the best of times.

Mourning Has Broken: Where Women go from the DC March

  • Lou DiGaetano
  • Jan 21, 2017 11:00AM

To make a March into a Movement is a challenge, perhaps a larger one than we have seen in recent memory.

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