Dalibor Rohac, National Review

Dalibor Rohac

National Review

New York, NY, United States

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  • National Review
  • CapX
  • Foreign Policy
  • POLITICO Europe
  • AEI
  • Tablet Magazine
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  • EUobserver
  • Fox News
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Past articles by Dalibor:

As They Confront China, Americans and Europeans Need Each Other

If European countries continue to welcome Chinese investment and are unconcerned by the growth of Chinese influence, America's job will be much harder. → Read More

Viktor Orbán and the corruption of conservatism

Too many on the right have failed to see Viktor Orbán's authoritarianism for what it is → Read More

‘Global Britain’ Is a Pipe Dream

Taking back control sounded good in 2016. It won’t be so easy in the Trump era. → Read More

Is the appeasement of Viktor Orban finally coming to an end?

It's too little, too late, but the EU is finally taking action against Viktor Orban → Read More

Poland’s progressive hope – POLITICO

Robert Biedroń wants to revitalize Polish politics but risks splitting the opposition. → Read More

AEI

The rejection of Theresa May's Brexit plan leaves the UK with few good options

Ms. May’s deal remains far superior to its most likely alternative: a fruitless quest for a unicorn Brexit, possibly led by Mr. Corbyn. → Read More

Tucker Carlson and the Republican turn against the market

Will the post-Trump Republicans be pro-market or populist? → Read More

Has Hungary finally had enough of Viktor Orbán?

The energy in Hungary's protests suggests real change is on the way → Read More

A plea from an Anglophile: Stop banging on about Brexit

Pplease just make a decision, stick with it and then let's talk about something else → Read More

Will things in Europe have to get worse before they can get better?

Europe badly needs a disruptor. Who will it be? → Read More

Europe’s conservatives need a leader not an apparatchik – POLITICO

The EPP needs to break with business-as-usual to survive the European election. → Read More

The Worst Choice for 'Greatest Slovak' –

The BBC mini-series and poll Great Britons (2002) is one of the success stories of British television, with spin-offs all around the world—most recently in Slovakia. In the UK, the title was earned by Winston Churchill, in Germany, the former Chancellor Konrad Adenauer was named “our best,” and in the US version, produced by Discovery Channel, President … → Read More

Italy's budget crisis threatens the Euro

Italy's draft budget is a ticking time bomb for the Eurozone → Read More

Hungary and Poland’s multispeed Europe – POLITICO

By rejecting the euro, Warsaw and Budapest have placed themselves on the EU periphery. → Read More

The new NAFTA shows Trump's protectionism can be curbed

The new NAFTA echoes Donald Trump's strategy as a property developer → Read More

Rightwingers should be ashamed of defending Viktor Orbán

If the recent vote in European Parliament to pursue unprecedented action against Hungary’s breaches of the EU’s core values has already had an unfortunate side effect, it is the elevation of Viktor Orbán as a martyr and leader of nationalist forces in Europe. According to The Telegraph, Orbán “issued a personal behind-the-scenes challenge to the French … → Read More

In Hungary, Social Conservatism and Authoritarianism Aren’t the Same

The European Parliament needs to start condemning Orban for the right reasons. → Read More

Explaining America's new-found appreciation for free trade

Record percentages of Americans now say that trade is good for the US economy → Read More

I'm no fan of Boris, but I'm with him in this absurd veil row

It's absurd to see Johnson's comments indicative of some dark 'underbelly of Islamophobia' → Read More

NATO's choice: adapt or die

NATO's problems run deeper than Donald Trump or European free riding → Read More