In this article Aidan Simardone argues that Canada is not immune from the rise of the far right.
What does the rise of Chinese cybernationalism mean for nation-state and the Internet? Benson Cheung interviews Gabriel Zoltan-Johan about his research on this emerging phenomenon.
After Easter holiday, British Prime Minister Theresa May announced a snap election set for June 8th. To the shock of many, she assured that an election would be necessary to enter Brexit negotiations from a position of strength. Did she make a political miscalculation? Or is the timing just right?
What does an alt-right executive branch look like? Benson Cheung explores alt-right ideologue Steve Bannon’s ascendancy in the Trump administration, in the fourth part of an occasional series on the Nationalist wing of the Trump administration.
Who are the enemies of the West, according to the alt-right? Benson Cheung explores alt-right ideologue Steve Bannon’s beliefs about he thinks ails Western civilization these days, in the second part of an occasional series on the Nationalist wing of the Trump administration.
President Donald Trump’s executive order on sanctuary cities and illegal immigration, although not binding by law yet, has prompted mixed legal reaction among states and cities. Some echo his sentiments to crack down on undocumented immigrants, while others stand their ground and fight on.