Hoover Institution fellow Richard Epstein discusses the unrest at UC-Berkeley; a federal judge knocking down the Trump Administration’s attempt to punish sanctuary cities; the constitutionality of Trump’s missile strikes on Syria (along with a history lesson on the War Powers Resolution); and the Supreme Court considering a potentially groundbreaking case on public funds for religious institutions in Missouri.
While the tactics of fighting wars have evolved, military structure and methods of evaluating personnel have lagged behind. What steps can the U.S. military take to ensure that it can move as quickly as the next generation of warfare?
Hoover Institution fellow Kori Schake discusses whether General Michael Flynn may have violated federal law by not fully disclosing his business dealings with Russia when seeking a security clearance to work in the administration as well as Flynn possibly accepting funds without permission.
Speakers at the sixth annual TEDxStanford conference addressed pressing issues, including foreign policy crises, the nation’s opioid epidemic and affordable health care. The event inspired attendees to make a difference in the lives of others.
A Reuter’s exclusive cites seven anonymous “informed sources” with access to the confidential reports of the Moscow-based Russian Institute for Strategic Studies (RISS). Reuters claims that these reports “provided the framework and rationale” for the Kremlin’s “intensive effort …. to swing the 2016 U.S. presidential election to Donald Trump and undermine voters’ faith in the American electoral system.”