We are delighted to share the news of our first translated book, “Foundations of A Free Society,” which is written by Dr. Eamonn Butler, the director of the Adam Smith Institute.

Thanks to the efforts and supports of our partners, Institute for Economic Affairs and Network for a Free Society for enabling us to make this important book accessible to readers in all Russian-speaking countries. This effort opens new opportunities and minds for creating free society values in Russian-speaking countries.

This initiative marks a significant step in promotion of freedom and openness, allowing a broader audience to delve into the principles that underpin a free and prosperous society. The translated book serves as a valuable resource for those passionate about individual freedom, human rights, and the ideas that can counter authoritarian and extremist ideologies.

I have read the book translated into Russian by WAEN for all Russian-speaking countries, and I must say, it is truly an important work. Despite being risky, initiatives like these are crucial for freeing our societies from the chains of authoritarians and striving to make Tajikistan and our nations truly free. Heartfelt thanks to WAEN for undertaking this important work,” said by a professor from Tajik National University in Dushanbe. (For safety and security measures, we avoid from mentioning the professor’s name).

Join us in exploring the principles of a free and prosperous society.

Grab your copy today! And let’s continue fostering a global community dedicated to the principles of liberty and prosperity.

You can order your copies at: publications@WorldAntiExtremism.org


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