Jibran Khan is the Thomas L. Rhodes Fellow at National Review Institute. An alumnus of the University of Edinburgh and King’s College, London, he studied history, literature, Middle East Studies, and economics. Before joining National Review, Jibran worked in communications at the Institute of Economic Affairs and the Cato Institute.
Taking after T.S. Eliot, Jibran is a “classicist in literature” and “royalist in politics” but has a strong Jeffersonian streak. When not wandering about, he is most comfortable with a cup of coffee and a P.G. Wodehouse story. From National Review’s New York headquarters, he writes on issues of economics, policy, and culture.
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