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Ted R. Bromund

Ted R. Bromund

Ted R. Bromund is the Margaret Thatcher Senior Research Fellow at the Margaret Thatcher Center for Freedom in the Heritage Foundation in Washington, D.C.

Interpol is in many ways a strange organization. Strange, because most of what people know about it is wrong. For example, it’s not an international...

President Obama announced the creation of the Atrocities Prevention Board a year ago today. Less than four months later, my colleague Michael Rubin pointed out...

Spurred on by James Kirchick's superb piece on why the Falkland Islands matter, and by my on-going visit to the UN, it's worth pointing out how the...

Sitting in the back of the room as the UN's member states negotiate the Arms Trade Treaty (ATT) is a disorientating experience. That's partly because...

The negotiation of the Arms Trade Treaty (ATT), which I am observing at the U.N., offers a wonderful environment in which to observe the various...

Yesterday, Jonathan remembered the 20th anniversary of the first attack on the World Trade Center by pointing out that, while we’ve come a long way...

Alana’s right that the White House’s effort to encourage YouTube to take the video down is a “dangerous precedent.”  It’s also Sisyphean. YouTube is just...

Over the last several weeks, Rose Gottemoeller, the Acting Under Secretary for Arms Control and International Security, has given speeches in Stockholm and Helsinki that,...

David notes that American fiction has done little with the wars of Iraq and Afghanistan — but that, given the way literature and movies have...

At City Journal, the invaluable Theodore Dalrymple reviews the equally invaluable Dan Hannan’s A Doomed Marriage: Britain and Europe, and predicts pessimistically that it will...

The New York Times’ Thom Shanker cites a new Congressional Research Service report to make the startling claim that “weapons sales by the United States...

On The Corner, Andrew Stuttaford flays a Chronicle of Higher Education essay by Alan Wolfe for displaying all the “arid, stifling conformist atmosphere of the...