The best interviews of 2021: From the president of Malta to Peter Hitchens

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I thought I’d end 2021 with a few year-in-review roundups. I’ve had the opportunity to interview quite a few fascinating people this year, and here are the most interesting conversations:

Dr. George Vella, the president of Malta, on his stand against abortion.

Peter Hitchens on COVID restrictions and dying liberty.

P.J. O’Rourke on populism and optimism.

Eduard Habsburg on Hungary’s family policy.

J.D. Vance on why we must fight the culture wars.

James Herriot’s son Jim Wight on the conservatism of his father’s work.

Niall Ferguson on pandemics.

Holocaust survivor and filmmaker Pierre Sauvage on the Huguenot rescuer community of Le Chambon.

Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn’s son Ignat on his father’s legacy.

Ayaan Hirsi Ali on the migrant rape crisis.

Paul Kingsnorth on our post-Christian age.

Owen Strachan on Christianity and wokeness.

There are plenty of others if you’re interested, but in the meantime, I hope you find one or more of those worth the read or listen. We’ve covered nearly every aspect of the current culture and the post-Christian age, and we have some phenomenal interviews lined up for next year, as well.

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