Dalibor Roháč is a contributing editor at American Purpose; a resident scholar at the American Enterprise Institute, where he studies the political economy of the European Union; and a research associate at the Wilfried Martens Centre for European Studies in Brussels. He is author of In Defense of Globalism (2019) and Towards an Imperfect Union: A Conservative Case for the EU (2016), which was included on Foreign Affairs' list of best books of 2016.
Rohac has written about European affairs for the Washington Post, the New York Times, the Financial Times, the Wall Street Journal, Foreign Affairs, and many other outlets. He has appeared on news outlets including the BBC, Bloomberg Television, Fox News, and Fox Business. He holds a Ph.D. in political economy from King's College London, master's degrees from Oxford University and George Mason University, and an undergraduate degree in economics from Charles University in Prague.
Articles and Events
Why Has the West Given Up on Aid?
Western efforts to alleviate extreme poverty have lost their way–and our autocratic adversaries have stepped into the soft-power vacuum.
Europe's New Conventional Wisdom (We Hope)
Russia’s war on Ukraine has changed deeply-set beliefs on European security. As the war drags on, will Europe’s new strategic maturity face setbacks and backlash?
New Year, New Alliance
A Nordic-Central European axis could reinvigorate transatlantic relationships and the European Union in 2023.
Out of Many, One Europe
In his new book, Thibault Muzergues argues that a "Big Bang" federalization of the European Union is the path toward peace and security.
New Europe, Old Habits
Russia's war on Ukraine has given Central Europe a new sense of urgency–and has placed new pressure on an already complicated political coalition against the Russian autocracy.
Building Back Ukraine Better
Getting the Russian military threat—and the Russian economy—out of the picture is a necessary condition for reconstruction within Ukraine.
Mixed Signals on Ukraine
If there’s skepticism in some quarters about Ukraine joining the EU, that might just present an opportunity.