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The Coming Crisis of Revolutionary Nationalism

Fascism. The word alone is enough to muster up vociferous sentiment from those who adhere to the principles of their politics. Many unabashedly devout a determinate will to fight political groups that espouse unpopular beliefs, tagging the label of fascism on these political groups as a means of exposing their vile nature. Hate groups have […]

When Democracies Turn to Nihilism

Recent events in Charlottesville, Virginia on August 12, 2017 mark the crucible of American democracy. This is not only an inflection point, but one with repercussions that will reverberate across the country. America’s history of fascist dabblings, whether it be the World War II era internment of Japanese-Americans or 1960’s police brutality against African-American civil […]

Deconfliction Fiction: America Has No Grand Strategy

Deconfliction. Is it the equivalent of a new age détente? Has the U.S been developing channels of communication to assert our interests and stabilize tensions with Russia, Syria, Iran, and now North Korea? Not quite so. Henry Kissinger’s policy of détente may have had the long-term success of breaking apart the Soviet Union and China, […]