Part 1 of this series discussed some recent books on American secession and a second American civil war. In Part 2 of this series, I laid out some factors of concern when looking at the potential for a U.S. national split-up. In this final installment, I want to detail some of why I think a second American Civil War is unlikely to occur.
Secessio Populi is moving into a new phase. I need to reassess my fundamental frameworks of analysis. When I launched this blog …
In part 1 of this series, I discussed some of the recent literature in America on Secession and the potential for a second American Civil War. In part 2, I want to lay out a few of the factors which concern me when looking at the potential for a U.S. national break-up. I want to reiterate that I don't expect this to occur. Nevertheless, here are some potential catalysts that I am watching.
On May 2nd, Politico published a U.S. Supreme Court draft opinion on a case that could soon dramatically alter America as we know …
Civil War talk is de rigueur this year in the United States. In a year that's seen the release of two popular books about the prospects for civil war in the U.S., I think it's time to look at what this means and how likely it could be for America.
On February 22nd, 2022, The Armed Forces of the Russian Federation invaded Ukraine. The weeks which have followed have witnessed a brutal campaign by the Russian Military to overthrow the Ukrainian government and terrorize the civilian population into submission. This effort has been stalled by the tenacious resistance of the Armed Forces of Ukraine and the citizen militias of the Territorial Defense Forces.
2022 promises to be a busy year for Secessio Populi. With this in mind, I wanted to start the year off with a quick look at some of the relevant break-away movements that I expect to make the biggest waves in the coming year. So here are Secessio Populi's top 5 rich world break-away movements to watch in 2022.