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Daniel Ajamian

Mr. Ajamian is a private consultant. During the last fifteen years he has been Chairman of the Board of Directors of several successful private-equity sponsored companies; prior to this he also held executive positions in similar companies. Most of these companies have been turnaround situations, some acquired out of bankruptcy. He currently serves as Chairman of the Board for the two such companies.

His most enjoyable professional endeavor, however, is as a board member for the Mises Institute.

All Works

Political Self-Determination and the Nagorno-Karabakh Conflict

Decentralization and SecessionWar and Foreign PolicyWorld History

08/09/2020Mises Media
For the foreseeable future, war between Armenia and Azerbaijan will be on the table, occasionally turning hot, just as it has in the last weeks. This conflict has no peaceful solution possible other than the one offered by Ludwig von Mises.
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Political Self-Determination and the Nagorno-Karabakh Conflict

Decentralization and SecessionWar and Foreign PolicyWorld History

Blog08/04/2020

For the foreseeable future, war between Armenia and Azerbaijan will be on the table, occasionally turning hot, just as it has in the last weeks. This conflict has no peaceful solution possible other than the one offered by Ludwig von Mises.

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Antonio Gramsci: The Greatest Political Strategist in History

Media and CultureSocialism

Blog07/22/2020

Many libertarians, like Marx, are focused on economic freedom as the means to deliver liberty for all. Gramsci knew better, and he offers a lesson for libertarians who believe that broader cultural questions beyond the nonaggression principle are irrelevant for liberty.

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The Greatest Political Strategist in History

Strategy

07/18/2020Mises Media
Presented at Mises University 2020.
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Beyond the NAP: Rothbard's Full Case for Liberty

StrategyPhilosophy and MethodologyPolitical Theory

Blog04/08/2020

The nonaggression principle—"anything peaceful"—comes as close to a value-free analysis in a political, ethical, economic, and legal theory as conceivably possible. It was insufficient for Rothbard, because he rightly found it insufficient for liberty.

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