Kennedy Lee is a research assistant at the Hudson Institute and a fellow at the Forum for American Leadership. Previously, Kennedy was the special assistant to the director of the Krach Institute for Tech Diplomacy at Purdue and directed the campus outreach program for the Institute on Religion & Democracy and Providence magazine. She is a native of Fennimore, Wisconsin.
Early last month, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy triggered a firestorm of condemnation from many Very Online social media accounts, some…
Kennedy LeeJanuary 13, 2023
Volodymyr Zelensky’s wartime leadership personifies a fierce defense of hearth, home and national sovereignty, a strong sense of national identity, a rejection of imperialism, marital and family values, and regard for human life, all while being in sync with the national purpose of the Ukrainian people.
Kennedy LeeOctober 24, 2022
Russia’s play for influence in Central Asia is a wake-up call to the free world.
Kennedy LeeJanuary 12, 2022
The choice between attending or abstaining from September’s Durban IV conference in New York City—the twentieth anniversary of the anti-racism conference that quickly became a confluence of antisemitism—is the newest episode in Europe’s increasingly divided policy toward the Jewish state and combatting antisemitism.
Kennedy LeeSeptember 15, 2021
It’s now up to the Biden administration to decide if it will work with US allies to save the Middle East’s “last bastion of Christianity” or let it fall into the hands of Iran, Turkey, Russia, and China.
Kennedy LeeApril 20, 2021
Eight weeks after the falsified Belarusian presidential elections, country-wide protests remain steady, and fervent democratic activism has arisen among an unsuspecting source—the Catholic Church. American Christians should follow and take a vocal stance for the Belarusian future.
Kennedy LeeOctober 6, 2020