The PNAC (1997-2006) and the Post-Cold War ‘Neoconservative Moment

Pierre Bourgois • Feb 1 2020 • Articles

The PNAC represented the post-Cold War neoconservative moment, and played a vital role in the intellectual revival of neoconservatism during the second half of the 1990s.

Review – Trumpocracy: The Corruption of the American Republic

Thomas Zeiler • Jun 5 2018 • Features

David Frum puts forward a powerful message outlining his concerns over the Trump presidency and the damage it is doing to the country, democracy and conservatism.

Explaining Donald Trump’s Political Ascendancy

Carlos L. Yordán • Mar 19 2016 • Articles

Trump has been able build a coalition of conservative voters angry at the status quo and anxious about the future.

The Conservative Party and Euroscepticism

Simon Usherwood • Nov 11 2012 • Articles

The past couple of years have seen a succession of policy stances by the British Conservative party that would appear to confirm its popular image as a eurosceptic actor.

Is Contemporary American Conservatism More Than Just a Reactionary Ideological Platform?

Matthew A. Hill • May 25 2012 • Articles

The term ‘conservative’ has been branded by politicians as a framework which allows them to peddle their political positions.

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