A conversation with Martin Wolf of the Financial Times and former Italian Treasury official Lorenzo Cadogno on the politics of immigration, demographic decline, and the self-imposed prison of the euro.
As Branko Milanović notes in his new book, capitalism convincingly triumphed over socialism at the end of the Cold War. That does not mean that struggles between the emerging variants of capitalism—liberal-meritocratic and political—will be any less fierce.
Published: Nov 18, 2019
Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation and Institute
The New Yorker’s Susan B. Glasser and TAI contributing editor David J. Kramer host a roundtable discussion with Carl Gershman, Daniel Twining, and Richard Fontaine on Reagan’s legacy and democracy promotion.
Trump’s ongoing bromance with Turkey’s authoritarian leader notwithstanding, Congress and the Administration must act to make clear that the United States isn’t giving Erdoğan a blank check to act in the Middle East.