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Dalibor Roháč

Dalibor Roháč

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

Slovakian Two-Step

Slovakian Two-Step

Hypocrisy on Ukraine is just one of Slovakia's troubles as Prime Minister Robert Fico tries to quell anti-corruption efforts.

Dalibor Roháč
Piracy Ripples Across the Globe

Piracy Ripples Across the Globe

Thomas Jefferson took a hard line on piracy. Can today's leaders do the same with the Iran-backed Houthis?

Dalibor Roháč
The Inconvenient Truth About Climate Summits

The Inconvenient Truth About Climate Summits

There is a cost to pushing aside climate considerations–just as there is a cost to enriching autocracies through high oil prices.

Dalibor Roháč
European Dis-Union

European Dis-Union

The EU's fits and starts on Israel-Hamas show once again how elusive strategic unity is.

Dalibor Roháč
Polish Fever

Polish Fever

The political temperature continues to rise as Poland heads into parliamentary elections—which can only be expected in a divided democracy.

Dalibor Roháč
The Right's Anti-Corporate Turn

The Right's Anti-Corporate Turn

Spurred on by the culture wars, those on the right are increasingly hostile to corporate America. Their tactics risk killing the goose that laid the golden egg.

Dalibor Roháč
Europe Takes a Page from the Populists

Europe Takes a Page from the Populists

The EU is taking on a populist tinge–even as the far Right loses elections.

Dalibor Roháč
Would Poland Fight with Russia and Dance with China?

Would Poland Fight with Russia and Dance with China?

Poland’s growing closeness to China should be setting off alarm bells among Western democracies.

Dalibor Roháč