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Charles Davidson
From The Publisher
A Note To Our Readers

Walter’s increasingly busy schedule—and the pressure of a long overdue book manuscript—has forced him to take a step back from daily journalism—at least for now.

Money Matters
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Cleaning Up the Financial World

Senator Carl Levin talks to TAI about his legacy and current trends.

Race and Class in America
After the Wire

TAI was ahead of the game with our series of articles on race and class in America in 2012. Take a look, dear readers.

Housekeeping
Welcome to the New Site

As the new site launches, a few words from the business side of the magazine.

A Conversation With William Browder
How to Wield the Capital Weapon

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.

Money & Corruption in Modern Europe
Why The EU Fears Putin

Vladimir Putin’s actions in Crimea indicate just how confident he is that he has the West over a barrel. And given how the Europeans are hesitating to impose targeted sanctions on Russia’s kleptocratic elite, his calculations may prove to be correct.

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Daily Feed
Hugging the News Cycle
The Burgeoning Burgos

Will Mexico be the first to replicate America’s fracking success?

Under Pressure

But this may be more about pressuring Pyongyang than chastising Cairo.

Pressuring Pyongyang

Treasury turns up the heat on Pyongyang’s enablers in Moscow and Beijing.

April 8 2024

This year’s total solar eclipse was fun, but the next one will expose solar power’s biggest weakness.

German Election Watch

With her opponents already on the back foot, Merkel takes aim at the former SDP leader’s Russian business ties.

Poisoning the Well

Turkey’s President Erdogan has declared that all three of Germany’s largest parties are the enemies of Turks.

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