Alvino-Mario Fantini studied English literature, philosophy, and religion at Dartmouth College. He has graduate degrees in international development, public policy, and financial journalism, and has worked as an editor and speechwriter for various international and multilateral organizations. Currently he is Editor-in-Chief of The European Conservative. His work has appeared in such publications as The American Spectator, Crisis, The New Criterion, Far Eastern Economic Review, Catholic World Report, The American Conservative, and The Wall Street Journal. He serves on the board of the Center for European Renewal, and is a member of the Philadelphia Society, Mont Pelerin Society, and the Institut d’Etudes Politiques. He is currently a Research Fellow at the Abigail Adams Institute and a Visiting Scholar at the Russell Kirk Center for Cultural Renewal.