On Tuesday, May 3 and Wednesday, May 4, Morris Arnold and Nona Jean Cox Senior Fellow Amy Zegart, along with former senior officials from the American intelligence community, led a 48-hour simulation with one hundred participating Stanford undergraduates on formulating policy solutions that address nuclear instability on the Korean Peninsula.
Before the Russian invasion of Ukraine, the Biden administration insisted in arms control talks with Russia that a follow-on agreement to the New Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty (New START) should cover all nuclear weapons and that such an agreement should focus on the nuclear warheads themselves. This would represent a significant change from previous agreements, which focused on delivery vehicles, such as missiles.
By: Miles A. Pomper, William Alberque, Marshall L. Brown Jr., William M. Moon, and Nikolai Sokov. Introduction by the Hon. Rose Gottemoeller
A new U.N. report has revealed the disturbing news that the number of global disasters has quintupled since 1970 and will increase by 40 percent in coming decades. It finds that more people are affected by disasters than ever before, and the U.N. deputy secretary general warns humanity is “on a spiral of self-destruction.”
Hoover Institution fellow Richard Epstein discusses whether the pro-choice demonstrations are an effort to intimidate Supreme Court justices to change their decision on Roe v. Wade. Epstein also explains why he believes Roe v. Wade was incorrectly decided in 1973.
The Pepperdine School of Public Policy has announced that international relations, US foreign policy, and political strategy expert Kiron Skinner will join its faculty as the Taube Professor of International Relations and Politics. The appointment will begin in August 2022.
quoting Scott W. Atlasvia Association of American Physicians and Surgeons
Tuesday, May 10, 2022
Just after Elon Musk bought Twitter, promising more freedom, the Biden administration announces a new government agency to “protect” Americans and the world from harmful disinformation, especially about the COVID pandemic.
When New York legislators return to Albany, they and Gov. Kathy Hochul will have just six weeks to act on a number of pressing issues. None is more important than the decision on lifting New York City’s charter school cap.