A bit more than a month before the European Parliament elections, EU supporters and federalists are confronting one of their worst fears: a united conservative front, one that could ruin their dreams of a more centralized union.
The pro-EU argument on euroscepticism is shifting just as the demand for exiting the EU is decreasing. The case against right-wing politics in Brussels is extremely telling about the motivations of EU-supporters.
European Union politicians are outraged over comments made by the U.S ambassador to Germany, Richard Grenell. In an interview with Breitbart News, Grenell praised the rise of conservative parties in Europe and said he wants to “empower” leaders of the right. European politicians were quick to react, claiming that the ambassador was illegitimately meddling in local […]
Marion Maréchal-Le Pen, the niece of the French National Front leader Marine Le Pen, spoke at CPAC last week. The mere fact that she was invited displays a sharp ideological turn of American conservatism, but it also showed how little Americans really know about the European far-right.
I was invited on the MilLiberty podcast with Caleb Frantz: we talked European politics, Le Pen’s invitation to CPAC, and Switzerland.
I was interviewed by Monique El-Faizy from France24 English, about my recent writings about Marion Le Pen’s speech at CPAC.
I was mentioned in an article in Newsmax published on February 25, regarding my recent op-ed in The American Conservative about Marion Le Pen’s invite to CPAC.
A recent op-ed of mine, published in The American Conservative, was mentioned on the Daily Standard, which is the podcast of the conservative American magazine Weekly Standard.
The lineup for this year’s Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) is out, and Marine Le Pen’s niece Marion Le Pen is speaking right after Vice President Mike Pence. Following backlash from conservatives online, American Conservative Union Chair Matt Schlapp defended the invite on Twitter by saying that CPAC is all about hearing people out and Le Pen […]
In the recent French elections, Emmanuel Macron won both the presidency and a large parliamentary majority for his party. Few had expected a year ago that Macron, a former economic minister, could stun the nation and secure this incredible mandate. At the beginning of the campaign, it was actually François Fillon of the conservative Republican […]