Avi Davis

The Uniqueness of the Magna Carta

This year marks the 800th anniversary of the signing of the Magna Carta. For many, such as British parliamentarian and best-selling author Daniel Hannan, the anniversary represents “an event of truly planetary significance”.

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Magna Carta Defended on the Fields of Waterloo

Clambering to the crest of a ridge named Mont Saint-Jean on the early morning of June 18, 1815, the solitary figure who raised a looking glass to his eye probably was not thinking about the future of western civilization. For that British commander, victory on the rain sodden fields below him only represented what he hoped would be the final check on the territorial ambitions of the French adventurer who had convulsed Europe in war for over 15 years.

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Oslo's Doom-Laden Journey

The image is indelible: The prime minister of Israel’s wan smile; the repentant terrorist leader’s shaky extended hand; the gloating American president’s look of successful accomplishment. The photograph from September 1993 conveys all the promise of a great future for

Oslo's Doom-Laden Journey

Wondering About the Future of Europe

This weekend, the American Freedom Alliance will be hosting an international conference in Los Angeles addressing the fate of Europe. Titled “Europe’s Last Stand? Debt, Demography and the Abandonment of National Sovereignty,” the conference will feature Dutch parliamentarian Geert Wilders, economic thought

Wondering About the Future of Europe

Global Governance, Utopianism, and the Threats to Freedom

It does not take much to trace the lineage of the global governance movement.  Beginning with the very first work on international law, written by Herman Grotius in 1623, down through the philosophical writings of Immanuel Kant and Karl Krause

Global Governance, Utopianism, and the Threats to Freedom

Global, Governance, Utopianism, and Their Threats to Freedom

It does not take much to trace the lineage of the global governance movement.  Beginning  with the very first work on international law, written by Herman Grotius in 1623, down through the philosophical writings of Immanuel Kant and Karl Krause

Global, Governance, Utopianism, and Their Threats to Freedom