Taki Theodoracopulos

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Taki is an ex-Greek Davis Cup player as well as a former captain of the Greek national karate team. He has won the U.S. national veterans judo championship twice, and in 2008 was world veterans judo champion 70 and over. Since 1967, when he began his career with National Review, he has been a columnist for the London Spectator, the London Sunday Times, Esquire Magazine, Vanity Fair and Chronicles Magazine. In 2002 he founded The American Conservative with Pat Buchanan. He has covered the Vietnam War as well as the Yom Kippur War and the Cyprus conflict of 1974.


Dictatorial Style

Dictatorial Style

February 06, 2007

Style is the most abused word in the English language. It is usually attributed to

Why I publish this magazine

February 05, 2007

I want to shake up the stodgy world of so-called ‘conservative’ opinion. For the past

There Are No Neocons in Foxholes

There Are No Neocons in Foxholes

February 05, 2007

The only good thing to emerge from that tragic war - one that I covered and one that I

It’s Easy Being Green

It’s Easy Being Green

February 01, 2007

So here at last is Taki's way to save the planet without pain. But before we begin, a

What is Left? What is Right? Does it Matter?

What is Left? What is Right? Does it Matter?

February 01, 2007

All governments are monopolies of organized force, inherently unjustifiable. And once

History Lesson

History Lesson

December 30, 2006

OK, 2007 is upon us, and the end of history, as in Francis Fukuyama’s fearless forecast

The Neocon Con

The Neocon Con

November 11, 2006

To West Point, where sitting in the midst of the corps of cadets on a soft autumn evening

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