by Jason Reza Jorjani ($20.50)
by Andrew Fraser ($35.75)
by Tomislav Sunic ($19.50)
by Alain de Benoist ($29.95)
by Daniel Friberg ($14.25)
by Alexander Dugin ($21.95)
- For a Positive Critique by Dominique Venner
- The Bent Pyramid and Philip by Tito Perdue
- The Foundations of Characterology by Ludwig Klages
- Ethnos and Society, Ethnosociology and Platonic Politics by Alexander Dugin
- Povratak istinske desnice: Priručnik za prave opozicionare by Daniel Friberg (Serbian edition of The Real Right Returns)
Articles and Reviews
New Chief Administrative Officer
Arktos has appointed Charles Lyons as Chief Administrative Officer and Head of Arktos US.
— Charles is a friend and has been working closely with us on several projects in the past, and his meticulous nature and past experience in high level managerial positions within the private sector make him a perfect fit for Arktos, comments founder and CEO Daniel Friberg.
Charles Lyons will be taking over several of the duties of Arktos’ former editor-in-chief, Jason Reza Jorjani, who recently left his position on friendly terms to pursue a career within politics and lobbying.
AmRen.com: ‘Daniel Friberg spoke about the increasingly indispensable alt-right publishing house, Arktos Media, and displayed a graph showing dramatic annual increases in sales. His publishing house has been the first to translate many vital European thinkers into English.’
Watch: Daniel’s Speech at the conference (starts at 21:50)
Martel Mosley, AltRight.com: Isac Boman’s Money Power provides an intriguing read and is accessible to anybody with an interest in banking and finance whether they be experts or complete beginners.
Graham H. Seibert, San Fransisco Review of Books: ‘The Real Right Returns by Daniel Friberg is an outstanding read.’
Brett Stevens, Amerika.org: ‘The carefully balanced arguments, and Kaine’s habit of internally testing his thesis by incorporating and explaining contrary data, ensure that for any idea he offers, the precepts lead to the conclusion but are not identical to it as is the case in propaganda writing. Instead, the book takes us on a lively journey through genetics and sex, making a solid case for the advancement of male intelligence through traditional mating and reproductive patterns.’