“I cannot emphasize too strongly the danger we are facing. We are engaged in a long and bitter war. Yet this is a war we cannot—and will not—lose.” By Hoover fellow George P. Shultz.
Helping Iraq to establish a free and democratic society is the most important task our nation will face for years to come. By Larry Diamond.
Hoover fellow Bill Evers reflects on the five months he spent in Iraq helping the country rebuild its shattered school system.
Over the past half century, the United States has repeatedly sent its military forces abroad in the name of democracy. Yet very few of the countries we have invaded have become democratic. By Hoover fellow Bruce Bueno de Mesquita and George W. Downs.
The empty vocabulary of anti-Americanism. By Hoover fellow Victor Davis Hanson.
How can we improve the nation’s spy agencies? By concentrating on the basics and building the capabilities we need to defeat today’s threats. By Hoover fellow Bruce Berkowitz.
Iran’s hard-liners recently strengthened their hold on power by making huge wins in a rigged parliamentary election. In light of this electoral coup, are the prospects for democratic reform in Iran doomed? By Hoover fellows Michael McFaul and Abbas Milani.
Women in Kuwait have made significant advances in their pursuit of civil rights. Could Kuwait become a model for other Arab states? By Hoover fellow Peter Berkowitz.
Why the “road map to peace” has reached a dead end. By Hoover fellow Robert Zelnick.
In present-day Russia, society seems lawless, life seems cheap, and nearly everyone seems to be on the take. By Hoover fellow David Satter.
In Europe today, there is still one dictator left. It’s time for him to go. By Hoover fellow Tod Lindberg.
With Prime Minister Tony Blair taking a beating at the polls, all eyes are on his longtime rival—and potential successor—Chancellor of the Exchequer Gordon Brown. By Hoover fellow Gerald A. Dorfman.
Outsourcing doesn’t mean the end of the American economy. It means growth. By Hoover fellow Russell Roberts.
The high cost of economic illiteracy. By Hoover fellow Thomas Sowell.
Whether you define social welfare as wealth, health, or happiness, you’ll discover that it’s best achieved by way of property rights and limited government. By Hoover fellow Richard Epstein.
What the guru of the American economy can teach us about improving our schools. By Hoover fellow Chester E. Finn Jr.
New teachers are given the worst jobs in the worst schools and are thrown into a system of career advancement that favors seniority over performance. Is it any wonder we have trouble recruiting the truly talented? By Hoover fellow Paul T. Hill.
Voucher programs would starve public schools of funding. True or false? Hoover fellow Terry M. Moe.
The debate over school choice is not about ideology or political correctness. It is about providing our children with a decent education. By Hoover fellow John E. Chubb.
Exploring the next frontier. By Hoover national fellow Jeremi Suri.
The enormous benefits of genetically engineered agriculture have been proven. What have not been proven are the spurious claims of its critics. By Hoover fellow Henry I. Miller and Gregory Conko.
Hoover public affairs fellow Jeffrey M. Jones on a federal anti-poverty program that actually works.
Is the health care system turning good doctors bad? By Hoover fellow Philip R. Alper.
Why the drug war has amounted to one long and costly mistake. By Hoover fellow Joseph D. McNamara.
In an era of cynicism, Ronald Reagan can still teach us much. By Hoover fellow James C. Miller III.