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Throughout 2018, Concordia partnered with The Octavian Report, the quarterly magazine of ideas covering foreign policy, finance and economics, innovation, literature, art, and culture to create an innovative new partnership. The collaboration saw a special issue of The Octavian Report distributed at the 2018 Annual Summit, highlighting the Concordia Community and sharing exclusive insight into some of the world’s most pressing challenges.     

As with Concordia, the Octavian Report is committed to bridging global discussions and bringing non-partisan analysis and story writing to bear on the most challenging problems. This special edition featured stories from David Miliband on the global refugee crisis, Christian Davenport on the new space race,  Michele Flournoy on Trump’s foreign policy, John Lewis Gaddis on strategy through the ages, Abe Foxman on fighting the oldest hatred, and Miles Unger on Picasso and his Demoiselles, as well as exclusive stories on ending modern slavery and the future of blockchain technology.

As part of this special partnership, we’re excited to offer Members of the Concordia Community access to this special edition issue at no cost. If you would like to continue to receive The Octavian Report, you can subscribe here.



Founded in 2014, Octavian Media publishes The Octavian Report, a quarterly magazine available both digitally and in print. The Octavian Report’s contributors include many of the world’s most influential leaders, creators, intellectuals, analysts, and writers and offers a non-partisan platform providing insights, information, and inspiration. The Report also hosts the annual Octavian Forum conference, which has been called “Davos meets Aspen Ideas,” and broadcasts the weekly podcast The Rostrum. The magazine’s Publisher is Richard Hurowitz and its Editorial Director is Sam Munson. The Octavian Report’s editorial board includes Garry Kasparov, José María Aznar, Anne Applebaum, Ian Bremmer, Nouriel Roubini, Jim Grant, Michael Steinhardt, Dennis Ross, Annie Jacobsen, Steven Cook, Stacy Schiff, Charlene Barshefsky, Kenneth Pollack, John Currin, Thomas Demand, Emma Sky, and Ilan Stavans.

For more information about The Octavian Report, visit www.octavianreport.com.