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Nobody Knows How Long Inflation Will Last. That’s Life.
Large social networks are what separate human beings from all other animals. They are also why we live “on the edge of chaos.”
Hoover Institution Gathers Experts For Monetary Policy Conference Amid Inflation Concerns
The Hoover Institution gathered economists, central bank officials, and members of the press for a conference on May 6 about how the US Federal Reserve should respond to the growing crisis of inflation in America.
Assessing the Nation’s Report Card: Challenges and Choices for NAEP
Assessing the Nation’s Report Card examines the history of the National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) and outlines plans for improving and modernizing the organization.
Providing Solutions For Homelessness In California | A Report From The Hoover Institution
Tata Sons’ N. Chandrasekaran Joins Condoleezza Rice For Program On India’s Strategic And Economic Potential In The Next Decade
Emergency Powers During A Viral Pandemic
Fireside Chat with Secretary DeVos and Secretary Rice
Paul and Jean Hanna Senior Fellow in Education
Milbank Family Senior Fellow
Peter and Helen Bing Senior Fellow
For decades the United States has served as the foundation of the security architecture in the Gulf as well as for a network of allies in the broader Middle East. It is more likely than not that the U.S. will continue to do so. Pessimistic predictions of an end of the American era in the Gulf are mistaken. To be sure, we currently face some significant irritations in bilateral relations, notably with Saudi Arabia and the UAE, but these are best understood as part of the inevitable ups and downs in any partnership.
June 21, 2022Russell A. Berman
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The Fight for Human Rights: Lessons from Afghanistan
In this episode of Battlegrounds, H.R. McMaster and Nader Nadery discuss human rights law, the dire situation in Afghanistan, and what more might be done to foster peace and protect innocents.
Not Buying It: Glenn Loury, Ian Rowe, And Robert Woodson Debunk Myths About The Black Experience In America
In this wide-ranging conversation, Glenn Loury, Ian Rowe, and Robert Woodson debunk The 1619 Project, advocate for the restoration of the Black family and the Black church, describe their own very different upbringings and formative experiences, and discuss the many reasons why they are optimistic about the future of Black Americans, despite the narrative commonly expressed in the media.
Matters Of Policy & Politics: What “Is” Is: John Cochrane On Recessions, Inflation, The Fed, Debt And “Green Pork”
Are we in a recession, what are the roots of the present inflationary spiral, what’s valid criticism of Federal Reserve policy and federal spending choices?
Pacific Century: Bridge Colby Denies China Taiwan
A discussion with Bridge Colby on “Strategy of Denial.”
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