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Global Challenges and U.S. National Security Strategy

featuring George P. Shultz, Henry A. Kissingervia United States Senate Committee On Armed Services
Thursday, January 25, 2018

Hoover Institution fellows George Shultz and Henry Kissinger both give testimonies before the Senate Armed Services Committee.

Officer Personnel Management and the Defense Officer Personnel Management Act of 1980

featuring Timothy Kanevia United States Senate Committee On Armed Services
Wednesday, January 24, 2018

Hoover Institution fellow Tim Kane's testimony before the Senate Armed Services Committee.

In The #MeToo Era, The Audience Deserves A Voice

by Melvyn B. Kraussvia USA Today
Thursday, January 18, 2018

Americans are being deprived of a great conductor's talents with little regard for his guilt or innocence. Our already shaky institutions of high culture will pay a price.

Bad cyber hygiene will cost you more than your social life

by Lt Col James Coughlinvia The Hill
Thursday, December 28, 2017

You make conscious decisions about it each day. The people you interact with have the same decisions to make. Like you, they decide whether or not to take risks.

Hearing on The Long Arm of China: Exporting Authoritarianism With Chinese Characteristics

by Glenn Tiffertvia Congressional-Executive Commission on China
Wednesday, December 13, 2017

This hearing will examine the Chinese government’s foreign influence operations intended to censor critical discussion of its history and human rights record and to intimidate critics of its repressive policies. Attempts by the Chinese government to guide, buy, or coerce political influence and control discussion of “sensitive” topics are pervasive, and pose serious challenges in the United States and globally, particularly as China uses technology and the lure of the Chinese market to impose authoritarian practices abroad.

Retreating Glaciers Open Lucrative Arctic Sea Route For Russian Traders

by Lawson W. Brighamvia Newsweek
Saturday, December 2, 2017

The Northern Sea Route (NSR) is the Arctic national waterway of the Russian Federation, stretching some 3000 nautical miles and seven time zones across the top of Eurasia.

Priorities on the Path to Normalization

by Kevin Warshvia Cato Institute
Thursday, November 16, 2017

I was honored to serve as a governor of the Federal Reserve during the crisis. The times were tough. But the institution was strong. And sustained by a Fed staff that was tired and tireless, hopeful and humble, brilliant without bravado.

Unconstrained Foreign Direct Investment: An Emerging Challenge to Arctic Security

by Mark E. Rosen, Cara B. Thuringervia CNA
Wednesday, November 1, 2017

The Arctic Ocean is a vast maritime region which is bordered by six states that are now coming to appreciate their enormous hydrocarbon, mineral, and other natural resource potentials. Other states outside of the Arctic have also taken note of the Arctic’s vast and unexploited deposits, especially China. The Arctic is essentially a closed-sea and all human activity, even environmental accidents on land, can have serious environmental impacts on the other littoral countries because of ocean currents and climactic conditions.

How to Make a Good Tax-Reform Plan Even Better

by Edward Paul Lazearvia Analysis
Friday, October 20, 2017

This is the statistical backup for the statements Edward P. Lazear made in the October, 2017 The Wall Street Journal op-ed How to Make a Good Tax-Reform Plan Even Better”.

A Migration System In The Making: Demographic Dynamics And Migration Policies In North America And The Northern Triangle Of Central America

via Analysis
Wednesday, October 11, 2017

In recent years, the three countries in North America (Canada, the United States and Mexico) and the three in the Northern Triangle of Central America (NTCA: Guatemala, El Salvador and Honduras) have experienced large human mobility within the region. Traditionally dominated by South-North migration, with the US and Canada as the main destinations, this migration system is now more complex as it includes new flows, places of origin, and destinations. This study analyzes socioeconomic and demographic dynamics in the sending and receiving countries alongside the migration policies in the three main destinations to help understand (a) to what extent flows between and within North America and the NTCA may continue in the short term and (b) what changes in migrants profiles can be expected in the future.


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