Anti-communism : political roots

Anti-communism : political roots The Revolution of  1917 inaugurates a new era in the modern history and especially that of the Twentieth century.  With the victory of the Russian, emerged in Europe and later over the world a rival system  and this revolution was the most... [ Continue Reading ]

What is Totalitarianism ?

What is totalitarianism ? The first thing to do when we have to deal with the question of totaliatrianism is, as prealable, to  put aside all those received ideas, clicjés,  stereotypes and schèmes established and widespreaded in the aftermath of the Second Wordl War, by the paid and... [ Continue Reading ]

Natural right and imperialism

Natural right and imperialism Natural right had been used by western imperialism as ideological weapon  in order to conquer territories and to dismember old empires in Europe( Spansih and Ottoman empires) and in Asia (Chinese and Persian empires). Broadly defined, the concept of natural right is that... [ Continue Reading ]

European totalitarianism (2)

European totalitarianism (2)  In the aftermath of the First World War, the main concern of the victorious powers was less the peace in itself that of how dealing with this new and dangerous threat which was the Bolshevism. Indeed, Versailles's peace-settlement imposed by the major... [ Continue Reading ]