In mid-April, American Interest publisher Charles Davidson spoke with Hermitage Capital co-founder and CEO William Browder about the ongoing impact of the Magnitsky Act, which he championed, amid the Ukraine crisis and the intensifying worldwide fight against financial corruption.
From liberals to Islamists, one of the only ideas that binds Egyptians is anti-Semitism. Where did it come from? Why is Egyptian culture so drenched in this toxic ideology? And what does it mean for the world and for Egypt’s future?
The very structural characteristics that launched the economic successes of Brazil, Russia, India, and China are now holding them back.
Four basic principles defined the Founders’ foreign policy. We need to re-learn them.
The old foreign policy “schools” debate is exhausted. We need a new synthesis.
The Obama Administration represents the dawn of a new and superior conception of American foreign policy.
Working abroad for the U.S. government in the darkest corners of human depravity can make a person very unwell.
Lila Abu-Lughod claims that the supposedly oppressed women of the Muslim world don’t need the help of the enlightened West. Turns out, she’s right.
A 2006 Nobel laureate in economics reaches across disciplines to explore the nature of innovation.
A lot of journalists love to hate Rupert Murdoch. One too many, perhaps?