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NATO at 70
Handling the Transatlantic Stress Test: A Conversation with Lithuania’s Foreign Minister

As NATO ministers gather in Washington, Lithuania’s top diplomat describes a “stress test of Transatlantic unity.”

Rep. Mike Gallagher (DoD Photo by U.S. Army Sgt. James K. McCann)
National Security
Fixing Congress, Fighting China: An Interview with Rep. Mike Gallagher

A rising star in the GOP talks national security in the age of Trump, the long-term challenge from China, and why Congress needs to reassert its role in foreign policy.

Caspar David Friedrich, “Der Wanderer über dem Nebelmeer” (Wikimedia Commons)
The View from Saxony
A Conversation with Antje Hermenau

An ex-Green politician discusses the failure of German elites—and why shunning populists backfires.

Photo by Danielle Desjardins
A Conversation with Bernard-Henri Lévy
Europe, and the Values That Made America

TAI caught up with the famous French philosopher to talk about his latest book—and how to save Western civilization.

Greed, Pieter Brugel the Elder (Public domain, via WikiArt)
A Conversation with Louise Shelley
Shining a Light on “Dark Commerce”

A leading expert on transnational crime and corruption discusses how illicit trade, money laundering, and the dark web are undermining our democracy.

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Lessons in Leadership
Chronicling Churchill

TAI’s Richard Aldous hosts Andrew Roberts for a discussion of his bestselling new biography Churchill: Walking with Destiny. (A lightly edited transcript from our podcast.)

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A Conversation with Mikhail Khodorkovsky
Justice for Journalists and Russian Revanchism

A top Putin foe dishes on threats to press freedom from Moscow, the Kremlin’s long arm in Africa, and what Russia makes of Donald Trump.

(L: AP File Photo/Ed Andrieski; R: Sony Pictures)
A Look Back at The Front Runner
A Conversation with Gary Hart

On December 23, TAI Founding Editor Adam Garfinkle spoke with former U.S. Senator Gary Hart about the movie The Front Runner, a dramatization of his “hell week” during May 1987. Below is a lightly edited transcript of that conversation.

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