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Bulk Catalogue, Summer 2017.
Assorted Arktos publications from 2017.
Arktos book stall at the Zwischentag book fair in Berlin, 2013.
Arktos CEO, Daniel Friberg, speaks at American Renaissance in Tennessee, 2017.
Book signing event for the Hungarian edition of The Real Right Returns at the Budapest Book Festival in 2016.
Group photo of the Arktos and EU delegations, together with Art of Living representatives, outside the College of Ayurvedic Science and Research at the Art of Living International Center in Bangalore, in September 2013.
Screen capture from Arktos Journal, June 2019.

Arktos Media Ltd is the World's biggest right-wing, traditionalist publishing house. Its publications are available at a multitude of mainstream outlets, in fourteen different languages and in most countries in the world.

The company was established in 2009 in the United Kingdom, and was co-founded by its current CEO, Daniel Friberg and three other members of the Scandinavian New Right think-tank Motpol. Its current management consists of, among others, Managing Director Tor Westman and Managing Editor Constantin von Hoffmeister.

Arktos' editorial offices are based on the European mainland. Shortly after the company was founded, Integral Tradition Publishing was acquired and absorbed into Arktos, and all the rights of the previous publications of ITP passed to Arktos Media Ltd.

The name Arktos is derived from the Greek word αρκτος, which means 'bear'. The Arctic is named from this word, in reference to the northern constellations of Ursa Major, Great Bear, and Ursa Minor, Little Bear. Arktos is also one of the The Hours, known as Horai – Greek tutelary goddesses of the time of day; Arktos is last light.[1]

Julius Evola, Alain de Benoist, Tomislav Sunic, Guillaume Faye, Paul Gottfried, Roger Scruton, Abir Taha, Sri Sri Ravi Shankar and Steven J. Rosen are among the over sixty authors published to date.

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Arktos, a prominent publisher specialising in New Right and traditionalist literature, has a successful track record of fourteen years in the industry and boasts a portfolio of over 250 distinct book titles, establishing it as the most significant player in this field. While continuing to focus on book publishing, Arktos has taken the next step and redefined itself as a think tank. As part of this transition, the company has launched a new journal and expanded its operations, including opening an online university and organising conferences.

Arktos was founded in November 2009. During its first four years, it operated entirely from India to keep expenses low and facilitate rapid expansion. Arktos has featured the writings of influential figures in the European New Right school of thought. Additionally, the collection features a wide range of titles by notable conservative and traditionalist writers worldwide, including Julius Evola and Alexander Dugin, along with literary, spiritual and philosophical books by non-mainstream authors, such as Pentti Linkola, demonstrating the range of published works. Arktos has received praise from many publications, including The American Conservative and Adbusters, and focuses on titles related to politics, spirituality and religion, history, philosophy, culture, and literature.

With a mission to explore the boundaries of thought, Arktos provides a voice for individuals often overlooked by the mainstream, offering original and challenging alternatives to the prevailing culture.

The editorial policy of our online journal aligns with our slogan, ‘Making Anti-Globalism Global’. When it comes to geopolitical issues, our stance is ‘Europe First’. Our objective is to promote anti-globalist narratives on a global scale, while also advocating for Europe’s interests and preserving its civilisation as a whole, rather than any particular country’s. We strongly oppose intra-European conflicts as they only serve the interests of those who seek to undermine our unity.[2]






















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