Kaiser Wilhelm, Pioneer of the “European Idea”?

Posted by John Rosenthal

 In his remarkable study L’Apocalpse de Notre Temps, to which I have previously made reference on Trans-Int, Henri Rollin cites the record made by one M. de Saint André of a dinner conversation with Kaiser Wilhelm II aboard the latter’s yacht the Hohenzollern, docked in Odde, Norway, on an evening of July 1901. Here, according [...]

Is Freedom of Thought Under Threat in France?

Posted by Michel Gurfinkiel

 Michel Gurfinkiel is editor of the French magazine Valeurs Actuelles. This article has been adapted from the 2 December edition of the weekly. – JR    “The moral of the story is that I should not give interviews any more: at least not if I’m not able to see the final draft or check the [...]

The AFP: News Agency and French “Strike Force”

Posted by John Rosenthal

The Tuesday edition of Le Figaro (29 November) published a rather rambling essay on the AFP or Agence Presse-France by the ex-President of the organization Lionel Fleury. Fleury’s reflections leave little room for doubt that the raison d’être of the AFP is not simply to inform, but rather to “inform” in such a way as [...]