Anthony Kim, Heritage Foundation

Anthony Kim

Heritage Foundation

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Past articles by Anthony:

Memo to John Kerry: Advancing Economic Freedom Is True Key to Saving Planet

During his remarks Tuesday at the World Economic Forum meeting in Davos, Switzerland, John Kerry, President Joe Biden’s climate envoy, rather absurdly declared that “it’s so almost extraterrestrial to think about saving the planet.” → Read More

Canada: America’s Critical Partner in Countering Communist China

As leading Pacific nations, long-time allies the United States and Canada share clear interests in keeping the Indo-Pacific region free and open and preventing Communist China from gaining an even stronger foothold there. So, when Canada recently unveiled an Indo-Pacific Strategy, it became in America’s best interest to work closely with Ottawa to help move that strategy forward. → Read More

How to Make Sure Biden’s Africa Summit Isn’t Just a Photo-Op

African heads of state, other high-level policymakers, and business leaders traveled to Washington for a three-day U.S.-Africa Leaders Summit, which ends Thursday. The Biden administration boldly billed the summit, the second iteration since the Obama administration’s inaugural event in 2014, as a defining moment for U.S. policy toward the region. → Read More

Stray-Missile Incident Should Serve to Strengthen Multidimensional U.S.-Poland Partnership

Speaking after last week’s deadly missile incident near Przewodow, a Polish village not far from the Ukrainian border, Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki pointedly noted that the blame for it was Russia’s aggression against Ukraine. → Read More

Time for G-20 to End Empty, Diplomatic Theater and Act

No immediate task is more important for this week’s meeting of the world’s leading affluent nations than acting with unity to reconstruct Ukraine and revitalize the global economy. The Leaders’ Summit of the Group of Twenty nations, or G-20, will take place Tuesday and Wednesday, hosted in Bali by Indonesian President Joko Widodo. → Read More

How America Can Outperform China in Critical Diplomacy Competition

For some time after the end of the Cold War in 1989, it was common to think that the world had entered a new era in which great power competition would be a thing of the past. But instead, the world has entered a new era of geopolitical competition between states—an era where competitors like the U.S. and China each attempt to win vital allies to their side through battles of strategic… → Read More

Hungary Leads Way in Defense of Conservative Values, Culture

Although in many countries around the world, liberal political views are dominant, some nations in Eastern Europe have notably resisted the left-wing ideology. One of the most criticized among the latter is Hungary. The Hungarian government stands for national sovereignty and conservative values among the world’s nations. → Read More

Oklahoma National Guard Deepens Strategic Engagement With Azerbaijan

The U.S. National Guard’s State Partnership Program pairs state National Guards with America’s willing partners around the globe and advances practical engagement with them. For 20 years, Oklahoma’s partnership with the republic of Azerbaijan is one of the prominent examples of the program. → Read More

Liz Truss Lesson for Conservatives: Never Surrender to Left

On an Oct. 10, a British prime minister made it clear: “To those waiting with bated breath for that favorite media catchphrase, the ‘U-turn,’ I have only one thing to say: You turn if you want to: The Lady’s not for turning.” → Read More

3 Seas Initiative: America’s Opportunity in Europe to Advance National Interests

A statement highlighting U.S. support for the Three Seas Initiative united a bipartisan group of senators, including Republicans Rob Portman of Ohio and Chuck Grassley of Iowa and Democrats Chris Coons of Delaware, Chris Murphy of Connecticut, and Jeanne Shaheen of New Hampshire. In their written statement in June, the five senators underscored: → Read More

A Governor Who Understands That Woke Corporations Undermine American Interests

“ESG is kind of rewriting how you invest. Instead of focusing on value for your shareholders, it’s more of a political agenda.” These are the prudent words of Oklahoma Gov. Kevin Stitt about environmental, social, and corporate governance standards, dubbed ESG, which are nonfinancial yardsticks applied to firms and used by money managers in decision-making on investments. → Read More

Liz Truss Advances Tax Cuts, Deregulation to Revive U.K.’s Economy

In her speech last week at the Conservative Party Conference in Birmingham, British Prime Minister Liz Truss made it crystal clear that her economic plan is “about getting the economy growing and rebuilding Britain through reform.” Truss emphasized that in these challenging times, the United Kingdom needs to “step up” and “do things differently.” → Read More

3 Seas Initiative Should Be America’s Transatlantic Partnership for Economic Freedom, Not Woke Agenda

Russia’s war on Ukraine makes the effort known as the Three Seas Initiative “even more urgent,” U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken said in a recent speech via video to a related summit meeting in Riga, Latvia. → Read More

Russia Is Unfit for the G-20

Who can deny that Russia, under President Vladimir Putin, has become a destructive force on the world stage? His barbaric assault on Ukraine, replete with war crimes, continues. It would be morally unacceptable to allow him to attend the upcoming Group of 20 (G-20) Leaders’ Summit in Bali, Indonesia. In fact, Russia should be expelled from the G-20 altogether. → Read More

The Biden Administration Should Unseat Russia from the Group of 20

This year’s Group of Twenty (G20) Leaders’ Summit will take place from November 15 to 16, hosted by Indonesian President Joko Widodo in Bali.REF The G20, a political and economic forum of the world’s 20 largest economies formed in 1999, was billed as a league that aims to bring together the most important industrialized and emerging economies to discuss international economic and fina → Read More

Biden’s Spendy, Bloated Government Corrodes Our Economic Freedom

America’s economic freedom is in growing peril. That was one of the core findings of The Heritage Foundation’s 2022 Index of Economic Freedom, published in February. The annual global benchmark report, which compares countries’ economic governance and competitiveness, underscored the urgent need for America to change policy course. → Read More

The Tragic Betrayal of Afghan Women a Year After Biden’s Botched Troop Withdrawal

Since President Joe Biden’s unconscionable, disastrous withdrawal of U.S. troops from Afghanistan a year ago, Afghan girls and women have suffered most from a dysfunctional economy undermined by the brutal and chaotic governing force of the Taliban. → Read More

Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania Are America’s Willing and Like-minded Allies

Following in Lithuania’s decisive footsteps, Estonia and Latvia have just forsaken China’s decade-old initiative for engaging with Central and Eastern European countries. → Read More

“Inflation Reduction Act” Should Be Renamed Economic Freedom Reduction Act

On Sunday, all 50 Senate Democrats voted in lockstep to push through the so-called Inflation Reduction Act, the Biden administration’s big government tax-and-spending bill that will unambiguously undermine America’s economic freedom. → Read More

Why Guatemala’s Commitment to Diplomatic Relations With Taiwan Matters to U.S.

“We are the biggest country they still have left, and we will remain with Taiwan.” Those are the firm words of Guatemalan President Alejandro Giammattei, who recently pledged to stick to his country’s diplomatic recognition of Taiwan. Guatemala is Taiwan’s longtime, foremost ally in Central America. → Read More