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The Jihad on America

Article by Elan Journo | Fall 2006

Fathoming the Atrocities On that cloudless Tuesday morning in September, downtown Manhattan was engulfed by an eerie fog, a fog of dust and ashes. From the top floors of the World Trade Center’s Twin Towers, plumes of smoke billowed, and inside an inferno raged. The courtyard at the foot of the

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Neoconservative Foreign Policy: An Autopsy

Article by Yaron Brook and Alex Epstein | Summer 2007

The Rise and Fall of Neoconservative Foreign Policy When asked during the 2000 presidential campaign about his foreign policy convictions, George W. Bush said that a president’s “guiding question” should be: “What’s in the best interests of the United States? What’s in the best interests of our

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Elan Journo

Elan Journo writes and speaks for ARI on foreign policy issues. In addition, he leads the Junior Fellows program in Policy Research and Legal Studies, and he is an occasional guest instructor at the Objectivist Academic Center. Mr. Journo specializes in the application of Rand’s ethics of

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Paul Ryan, Ayn Rand and U.S. Foreign Policy

Article by Elan Journo | Oct 2012

Vice presidential candidate Paul Ryan has credited philosopher Ayn Rand with inspiring him to enter politics — and made her 1,000-plus-page magnum opus, Atlas Shrugged, required reading for his staff. "The reason I got involved in public service, by and large, if I had to credit one thinker, one

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One Small Step for Dictatorship: The Significance of Donald Trump’s Election

Blog Onkar Ghate | Nov 2016

In the aftermath of Donald Trump’s election to the American presidency, Ayn Rand Institute senior fellow Onkar Ghate has published “One Small Step for Dictatorship,” applying Objectivism’s long-range, philosophical viewpoint to the task of assessing what Trump’s campaign success signifies about the American electorate — and America's future.