multiculturalism

Canada’s Racial Balkanization

Canada’s Racial Balkanization

With their newfound fixation on race and bloodline, Canada’s WASP elites are channelling a mindset that I thought I’d left behind in the former Yugoslavia.

Lydia Perović
Lydia Perović
8 min read
Indigenous History
George Makari's ‘Of Fear and Strangers’—A Review

George Makari's ‘Of Fear and Strangers’—A Review

French conservative radio host Éric Zemmour is mounting a presidential run, seeking to steal the mantle of right-wing populism from Marine Le Pen. Not only does the 63-year-old firebrand want to limit the number of immigrants who can come to France—a standard campaign promise for politicians of this type—

Zaid Jilani
Zaid Jilani
5 min read
book review
The Attractions of the Clan—An Interview with Mark Weiner

The Attractions of the Clan—An Interview with Mark Weiner

Why are ambulances attacked by rock-throwing youths in Sweden? And how should Germany deal with a recent surge in clan-based crime? Mark S. Weiner is a professor of legal history, a scholar of multiculturalism and the author of The Rule of the Clan: What an Ancient Form of Social Organization

Paulina Neuding and Mark S. Weiner
Paulina Neuding and Mark S. Weiner
12 min read
multiculturalism