Reihan Salam joins to discuss his new book making the case against open borders.
Jonathan Haidt and Greg Lukianoff discuss the crisis on college campuses today.
Francis Fukuyama kicks off TAI’s new podcast season with a discussion of his timely new book on identity politics.
Sulmaan Wasif Khan discusses his new book tracing the history of Chinese grand strategy, from Mao to Xi.
Mark Forsyth discusses his new history of drunkenness, from prehistoric times to the modern day.
Erdogan, Putin, Orban… and Trump—what, if anything, can a study of Richard III or Macbeth teach us about these leaders? Were Coriolanus and Julius Caesar really tyrants in the making? And is more democracy the answer to emerging tyranny?
Richard Aldous speaks with Ingrid Rossellini about her new book tracing the roots of Western self-understanding.
In a special bonus episode for Memorial Day weekend, Francis Fukuyama and Ben Judah debate the intellectual legacy of Alexis de Tocqueville.
Richard Aldous speaks with Michael McFaul, the former U.S. Ambassador to Russia, and Russian security affairs expert Mark Galeotti about their new books.
It’s a tale of two Englishes, as Richard Aldous speaks with linguist Lynne Murphy about the love-hate relationship between American and British English.