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Why American Purpose Must Thrive

Why American Purpose Must Thrive

We founded American Purpose in the midst of the pandemic as a fount of ideas. Now we need your help in securing our future.

American Purpose
Eurasian Erosion

Eurasian Erosion

Evolving energy strategies and diplomatic maneuvers among several former Soviet republics in Central Asia are reshaping the region's political dynamics—away from Moscow.

Nikola Mikovic
The Devils Gone to Georgia

The Devils Gone to Georgia

In the shadow of Russian influence, Georgian Dream's crackdown threatens to derail the Caucasus country's aspirations for freedom and European integration.

Dalibor Roháč
Mario Soares, Portugal's Beacon for Democracy

Mario Soares, Portugal's Beacon for Democracy

The former president of Portugal provides a model of vigilance in defense of freedom and devotion to the values of justice and human dignity.

Carl Gershman
Revisiting Bulgaria's Most Infamous Gulag
Interview

Revisiting Bulgaria's Most Infamous Gulag

A pop-up at the Victims of Communism Museum reveals the harrowing history of Bulgaria's longest-running gulag.

Carolyn Stewart, Louisa Slavkova
Hollow Rebels
Books

Hollow Rebels

Robert Kagan's "Rebellion" traces the deep-seated conflict between liberalism and antiliberalism from the inception of the United States to the present day.

Gabriel Schoenfeld
A Man of Letters
Books

A Man of Letters

Joseph Epstein’s notable writing career continues with his autobiography.

Michael Mandelbaum
Boredom at the End of History, Part II

Boredom at the End of History, Part II

Francis Fukuyama takes on those who believe he should recant his "end of history" thesis, Part II.

Francis Fukuyama