Tocqueville 21 · The Ukraine War, Europe, and Civic Duty with Alexis Carré Welcome back to the Tocqueville 21 Podcast for our first episode of 2023! This week, I sat […]More
Winter is coming, certes. Mais cette semaine en Europe, et depuis l’invasion de l’Ukraine, tout semble prendre feu. Dans l’Est, Vladimir Poutine renouvelle son assaut contre l’Ukraine en annonçant […]More
The Current “Bouleversement” in the German Public’s Political Perceptions: Smoke and Mirrors or Real Change?
There can be no doubt that February 24, 2022 will enter into the annals of caesura-creating dates alongside such perennials as September 1, 1939, December 7, 1941, November 9, 1989 […]More
Review: The Atlantic Realists: Empire and International Thought Between Germany and the United States, by Matthew Specter (Stanford University Press, 2022) Open any textbook on International Relations today, and […]More
The writing is on the wall for the 2022 French elections, and the word on everyone’s lips is perlimpinpin. With The Economist estimating a 90% chance of reelection for […]More
A book review of James Wyllie’s Nazi Wives: The Women at the Top of Hitler’s Germany (St Martin’s Press, 2019). Within the proliferation of literature on seemingly every aspect of […]More
Editor’s note: this text by Patrick Weil is adapted from the introduction of Georges Clemenceau : Lettres d’Amérique. Translation by Justin Saint-Loubert-Bié. The four years Clemenceau spent in the […]More