ALAIN DE BENOIST is a French philosopher and social and political commentator. In 1968, he established the nationalist think-tank GRECE (“Research and Study Group for European Civilisation”) and became one of the leading minds of the European “New Right” (a term Benoist does not wholeheartedly accept). His books include The Problem of Democracy, Beyond Human Rights, On Being a Pagan, as well as studies of Friedrich Nietzsche, Carl Schmitt, and Ernst Jünger.
SAM DICKSON is an attorney, businessman, communitarian activist, writer, and orator.
JACK DONOVAN is Portland-based author and commentator, an advocate for the resurgence of tribalism, honor, and manly virtue. He has contributed articles to Alternative Right, The Spearhead, Counter-Currents, and other publications. Donovan has appeared on television and radio to discuss the topic of manhood.
PIERO SAN GIORGIO is a Swiss author and former businessman and software executive. For the past decade, Giorgio has dedicated himself to studying the global economic system and its dependence on ever-expanding populations, debt, and resource exploitation. His book on the fundamental unsustainability of the system was published in French to wide acclaim in both economic and “identitarian” circles; in September of this year, the English translation will appear, Survive—The Economic Collapse. Survive is both an economic and social analysis as well as a practical manual for successful, sustainable living in the “interesting times” that lie ahead.
ALEX KURTAGIC is a novelist, musician, writer, cultural commentator, and social critic. He is an erstwhile music producer and is the founder of Wermod and Wermod, an independent publisher, which has produced novels, original non-fiction, as well as critical editions of classic texts. Alex’s speech at NPI’s 2011 event, “Masters of the Universe,” quickly became legendary.
TOMISLAV SUNIC is a Croatian-America author, translator, and former professor. He is best known for his history of the “Conservative Revolution” and European “New Right”—Against Democracy and Equality. His other works include Homo Americanus, Postmortem Report (a collection of essays), as well as other volumes in English, Croatian, and French.