Join the McCain Institute in person for an event with CNN’s Jake Tapper on Wednesday, Nov. 15, at noon ET. McCain Institute Executive Director Dr. Evelyn Farkas will interview Tapper about his latest fiction book, «All the Demons Are Here,» as well as broader themes related to democracy, history, and Senator John McCain.
Seats are limited so please register by clicking the link to the right.
In 2020, the McCain Institute launched the book talk series Authors & Insights. Through this “reverse book tour,” Institute leaders interview authors of important newly-released books on American politics, policy, and leadership with the intention to engage the American people in a dialogue that affirms the importance of character-driven leadership and America’s role in the international community.
Jake Tapper is the chief DC anchor and chief Washington correspondent for CNN; he hosts the weekday show The Lead with Jake Tapper and cohosts the Sunday public-affairs show State of the Union. A Dartmouth graduate and Philly native, he lives in Washington, DC, with his wife, daughter, and son. His first novel, THE HELLFIRE CLUB was a New York Times bestseller, debuting at #3 and staying on the list for 4 weeks, and its follow-up, THE DEVIL MAY DANCE, was a national bestseller that has sold nearly 40,000 hardcover copies to-date. Tapper’s previous book, The Outpost, a nonfiction account of untold heroism in Afghanistan, was a New York Times bestseller in 2012.
Dr. Evelyn N. Farkas, executive director of the McCain Institute, has three decades of experience in national security and foreign policy in the U.S. executive and legislative branches, private sector, and international organizations. She served as deputy assistant secretary of defense for Russia/Ukraine/Eurasia and executive director of the Graham-Talent WMD Commission, as president of Farkas Global Strategies, ran for Congress in 2020, and was a contributor for NBC/MSNBC. Dr. Farkas obtained her Ph.D. from The Fletcher School.