Senior Research Fellow in Anglo-American Relations
Margaret Thatcher Fellow
Director, Margaret Thatcher Center for Freedom
Bernard and Barbara Lomas Senior Research Fellow
Jay Kingham Senior Research Fellow in International Regulatory Affairs
Senior Research Fellow Steve Groves discusses whether President Obama needs Congressional authorization to strike Syria on CNN's 'Global Public Square.'
Director Nile Gardiner discusses the strained relationship between Putin and President Obama on Fox News' 'The O'Reilly Factor.'
Director Nile Gardiner discusses President Obama's rehashed promise to close Guantanamo Bay on Fox News' 'America's News HQ'.
Director of the Margaret Thatcher Center for Freedom Nile Gardiner discusses Lady Thatcher's life and legacy on Fox Business' 'Cavuto'.
Fellows Luke Coffey and Ted Bromund discuss the century-long feud between Argentina and the United Kingdom over sovereignty of the Falkland Islands on this week's
Thatcher Fellow Luke Coffey discusses the embassy attacks in the Middle East and the response from the U.S. on Price of Business radio.
How is arctic policy pertinent to new ideas in exports, trade and tourism? Luke Coffey, Margaret Thatcher Fellow at the Center for Freedom at the
In this week's Heritage in Focus podcast, Ted Bromund discusses the recent French elections and the future of the economy and freedom in Europe. David
Nile Gardiner discusses UK Prime Minister Cameron's US visit on FNC's Cavuto.
In this week's Heritage in Focus podcast, Ted Bromund discusses UK Prime Minister David Cameron's visit to the United States. David Weinberger hosts. To get
The Margaret Thatcher Center is the leading policy center in Washington dedicated to strengthening the Anglo-American Special Relationship as well as U.S. and British leadership of the broader transatlantic alliance. Established in 2005 through the support of the Margaret Thatcher Foundation, it is the only public policy center in the world dedicated to advancing the vision and ideals of Lady Thatcher, Patron of The Heritage Foundation. In addition to transatlantic issues, the Thatcher Center’s policy experts focus on national sovereignty, the United Nations, and the war on terror. The Center has published over 200 policy papers as well as dozens of opinion editorials in prominent international and U.S. publications, and its staff appear frequently on major television stations, including the BBC, Fox News, CNN, MSNBC and Sky News. Highlights of its work include hosting the prestigious Margaret Thatcher Freedom Lectures with such distinguished speakers as Natan Sharansky, Charles Krauthammer, John Bolton and Hernando De Soto, and Beyond Friendship: The Future of Anglo-American Relations. It regularly hosts events with leading policymakers from the United Kingdom, NATO and across Europe, as well as Foreign Press Roundtables at the National Press Club.
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