Research Fellow Bruce Thornton discusses the challenges of foreign policy in a democratic state, based on his recent book Democracy’s Dangers and Discontents: The Tyranny of the Majority from the Greeks to Obama.
In his opening remarks, Kotkin underlined the importance of the resources of the Library & Archives for his research on Stalin. He said that he had gotten "more done here [Hoover] than in Moscow," praising the "rare, unbelievably valuable" materials in Hoover's collections.
January 14, 2015. We're kicking off the new year with a special edition of Week to Week. This event will feature the public unveiling of survey results from Hoover Institution's Golden State Poll of California residents. Taking place shortly after Governor Brown's State of the State speech, this program will explore what people across the state say, what the governor said, and what you have to say.
At Hoover's 2014 Fall Retreat, Michael Mcfaul, the Peter and Helen Bing Senior Fellow at Hoover, discussed the US-Russia relationship in a talk entitled “Our New Confrontation with Russia: Causes and Consequences.”
At Hoover's 2014 Fall Retreat, Russell Roberts, the John and Jean De Nault Research Fellow at Hoover and host of the weekly podcast Econtalk, discussed his recently released book How Adam Smith Can Change Your Life.