Toleration


RealClear Radio Hour: An Interview with Bill Frezza

This is a recording of my interview on peace and freedom which aired in Boston on the RealClear Radio Hour. Thanks to Bill Frezza for having me on and for…

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Referendum in Kyrgyzstan

The referendum is about to begin in Kyrgyzstan, to choose a new constitution which, despite its flaws, will put greater limits on presidential power and, it is hoped, avoid authoritarianism…

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Criminalization of Art in Russia

The Economist: “What happens when you display “Forbidden art” From Prof. Andrei Zorin of Oxford University (and a contributor to InLiberty.ru and speaker at InLiberty.ru events): There can be no…

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A Message of Peace from and to the People of Kyrgyzstan

“We are brothers and sisters, we are children of our beautiful land. We call all of you, kyrgyzstanis, to tolerance and peace, compassion and solidarity. We have to prove to…

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Milton Friedman’s Legacy

My interview on Fox Business while here in Berlin. (It’s a part of a whole program on Milton Friedman’s legacy.)

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Enduring Democracy and Limited Government

I just found (thanks to snooping around some emails) the text of the Julian L. Simon Memoral Lecture I gave in 2009 in New Delhi on “Democracy and Limited Government:…

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A Great Voice for Toleration and Justice Gone

Kyai Haji Abdurrahman Wahid, known as Gus Dur, has died. I did not meet him, but heard only praise from Muslim friends. He was involved in the LibForAll foundation, among…

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