Author Archives: Tom Sunic, Ph.D.

Intellectual Terrorism against Free Speech

Ed. note: Apropos the University of Chicago’s Orwellian stance on free speech, Dr. Sunic, based on his experience growing up in Yugoslavia, ties the war on free speech to communism. Originally published in Pravda, February 9, 2002. The modern thought police is hard to spot, as it often seeks cover under soothing words such as “democracy” […]

Croatia: the State of Affairs, the State of Emergency

What follows is the English translation of my piece originally written in French for a French publication. *   *   * Since the breakup of Yugoslavia in 1991, Croats have faced an ill-defined identity. Their recent war of secession, awkwardly called the “Patriotic War” and “War of Defense,” lends itself to serious legal misconceptions. […]

“The Past That Won’t Pass Away”; Ernst Nolte (1923–2016)

On the occasion of the death of the renowned German historian and philosopher Ernst Nolte on August 18, 2016, there has been quite a few of both laudatory and critical comments about his work in the mainstream media in Germany and France. Nolte’s work on the link between Communism and National-Socialism stirred a great deal […]