Jeffrey Gedmin
Editor-in-Chief
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Letter to Readers
Rebuilding Reality

The defining feature of the impeachment hearings has been an inability to agree on the contours of reality—which bodes ill for the future of liberal democracy. In the upcoming print issue, Susan B. Glasser and David J. Kramer talk democracy in the age of Trump. Also in the issue: the China challenge, plus race, culture, and identity in America.

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(Official White House Photo by Shealah Craighead)
TAI Conversations
“The Roots of Trumpism Will Not Disappear So Easily”

TAI Editor-in-Chief Jeffrey Gedmin speaks with Laure Mandeville of Le Figaro about long-term threats to American democracy.

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A Letter from the Editor and Publisher
A Time of Crisis

As our country convulses, a message from TAI’s leadership.

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“Eclipse of the Sun” by George Grosz
Eclipse of the Sun
Can a 1920s Painting Help Us Today?

Introducing our September/October 2019 issue—and a special offer for new subscribers.

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Ilya Repin, “Reply of the Zaparozhian Cossacks” (Wikimedia Commons)
A Conversation with Boris Akunin
“Such a System is Chemically Incompatible with Democracy”

A bestselling crime writer in exile discusses why he left Moscow, how fiction and history shed light on Putin’s Russia, and why implementing democracy in Russia is still an uphill battle.

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Edvard Isto, “The Attack” (1899)
On the Front Lines
Facing Russia, Close and Personal

TAI editor-in-chief Jeffrey Gedmin speaks with the Presidents of Finland and Estonia, in Helsinki and Tallinn.

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TAI Conversations
The Last Man and the Future of History

TAI Chairman Francis Fukuyama looks back on his famous essay thirty years later—and looks ahead to the challenges facing the West tomorrow.

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“Man, Controller of the Universe” by Diego Rivera (Wikimedia Commons)
TAI Conversations
Comfort in Chaos

A Silicon Valley pioneer talks populism and technology.

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TAI Conversations
A Century of European, German, and Jewish History

A 97-year-old literature scholar talks to TAI about Germany and the Jews, democracy and autocracy, and his never-ending love affair with fiction.

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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.”

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