Give to Palladium Annual Fund this Giving Tuesday
Palladium Magazine has had an excellent year. Since 2018, we’ve explored the future of governance and society through international journalism, long-form analysis, and social philosophy. In 2022, this meant sending correspondents to conflict zones across the globe, pushing the envelope of nuclear aesthetics, and even launching a new institution to help guide U.S. decision makers in their understanding of China.
We can not do what we do without the support of our members. As a 501(c)(3) non-profit, it is the generosity of our readers that enables our work. And as this year comes to a close, we need your support for an even stronger 2023.
Palladium Annual Fund
We have a goal to raise $300,000 dollars by December 31st, 2022. The Palladium Annual Fund supplements the regular support of members. Together, the Annual Fund and regular member contributions sustain Palladium’s work and enable us to do even more ambitious research, reporting, and writing projects.
No contribution is too small to count—an anonymous Palladium donor has agreed to match every contribution we receive up to our $300,000 goal. All Annual Fund donors will receive a special token of our appreciation.
You can pay via card, bank transfer, or Apple Pay here. All donations received before December 31st qualify for a tax-deduction in 2022. We also accept cryptocurrency and stock, and pay no capital gains taxes on the full value of a contribution, which can sometimes be advantageous from a tax perspective. You can even Venmo us @palladiummag.
Donations toward the Annual Fund at or above $600 will automatically qualify you for equivalent membership benefits, no matter how you donate.
Among those of you who have donated so far, we are especially thankful for those who have donated considerably more than our standard membership tiers. Please get in touch with us if you would like to make Palladium a part of your philanthropy, give through a donor advised fund, or to discuss a bequest or strategic gift.
Palladium Magazine is a project of the American Governance Foundation Inc., a tax-exempt 501(c)(3) public charity. Donations are tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law.
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Here’s what’s been on the front page lately:
Why We Need the Center for Strategic Translation by Tanner Greer. The American Governance Foundation is launching a new institution to help American decision makers understand China.
What Everyone Got Wrong on the Brazilian Elections by Avetis Muradyan. Brazil’s 2022 election pitted the pro-Lula Northeast against the Bolsonarist South. The conflict between regions goes back centuries. Brazil’s political future depends on resolving it.
The Mirage of European Sovereignty by Miquel Vila. Count Richard von Coudenhove-Kalergi dreamed of a united Europe led by a new spiritual aristocracy. Known today as the EU’s grandfather, his dream is largely forgotten.
I Don’t Want to Be an Internet Person by Ginevra Davis. I went to a rave hosted by the Milady NFT project and met its enigmatic creator. I came away from it fearing the human cost of our internet-obsessed culture.
Institutional Reforms Built the British Empire by Davis Kedrosky. At the dawn of the early modern period, elite-driven transformations in law and political economy primed Britain to become one of the most powerful, industrialized empires ever known.
That’s all for now.