Arthur Milikh conducts research on America’s founding principles and grand strategy. As assistant director of The Heritage Foundation’s B. Kenneth Simon Center for Principles and Politics, he oversees the Center’s research portfolio, commissions essays and give talks on the tenets of the American political tradition to policymakers, political leaders and the public at large.
Before joining Heritage, Arthur worked at House Committee on Armed Services and at the Hudson Institute. He has published articles in World Affairs, and has participated in the Hertog Young Professionals Program and the Tikvah Fund Institutes.
Arthur studied political science and philosophy at Emory University, receiving a B.A., summa cum laude. He also received an M.A. from University of Chicago, where he studied political theory. Arthur resides in Washington, DC, with his wife.