The Octavian Report

“The Quarterly Magazine of Ideas”

Since its founding in 2014, The Octavian Report has become an important publication for thought leaders in the United States around the world, featuring ideas and analysis from an ever-expanding roster of thinkers and leaders.  We cover foreign affairs, economics, ideas and culture. 

We’ve been fighting fake news since before it was trendy by providing global experts with an unparalleled platform. Ian Bremmer on geopolitical risk. Adm. James Stavridis on NATO. Nouriel Roubini and Jim Grant on the economy and markets.  Ehud Barak on Israel. Garry Kasparov on Putin. José María Aznar on the Atlantic alliance.

We are entirely non-partisan, but interested in bringing great ideas and sophisticated dialogue to our readership.  We are the magazine where within one issue you might find the Middle East, Giacometti, Dante, asteroid defense, immunotherapy, a deep value stock profile, positive psychology, Verdi and leadership lessons from Catherine the Great!  No other publication offers in the same issue profound insights from George Shultz on the future of American power alongside a sophisticated analysis of Picasso’s Au Lapin Agile. Where else will you find Anne Applebaum‘s analysis of the Russian Revolution at 100 a few pages away from an interview with the world’s leading giraffe conservationist? We’ve written up the connections between quantum physics and the Kabbalah, profiled risks ranging from EMP threats to terrorism against cruise liners, and dived deep on historical questions like what made Leonardo da Vinci the ultimate Renaissance man and what modern leaders can learn from Napoleon and Caesar

The Octavian Report promotes the best contemporary analysis and insight. And getting access to all the Report offers has never been a better value. Click here to subscribe. Get the most interesting ideas and insights. Be informed. Be inspired.

And check out our recent Octavian Forum conference at Sotheby’s below, where the magazine came to life.

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