Grégoire Canlorbe is the vice president of the French Parti National-Libéral (“National-Liberal Party”), nationalist, archeofuturist, and free-marketist. Apart from his political activities, he has conducted numerous interviews for academic journals, including Man and the Economy founded by Nobel-Prize winning economist Ronald Coase. He promotes a new form of liberalism (libertarianism), which he calls “territorial-aristocratic liberalism.”
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As a political and scientific journalist, Grégoire Canlorbe has conducted numerous interviews for journals such as Man and the Economy, founded by Nobel-Prize winning economist Ronald Coase, Arguments, and Agefi Magazine; and think-tanks such as the Gatestone and Mises Institutes. He has various articles and appearances on radio as a political analyst to his credit. He is currently cooperating with the sociologist and philosopher Howard Bloom on a book of conversations about the behavior of masses in the universe, from atoms to humans. He is also the vice president of the P.N.L (Parti National-Libéral, i.e., “National-Liberal Party”).