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Defense Budgeting for a Safer World: The Experts Speak
November 1, 2023

Renowned experts on national security and the defense budget share ideas, perspectives, and solutions for budget reform to ensure its adequacy and flexibility for the current complex geopolitical environment.

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Japanese America on the Eve of the Pacific War: An Untold History of the 1930s
February 1, 2024

An anthology of essays explores Japanese American communities and US-Japan relations in the 1930s, a vital history largely obscured by events preceding and following the decade.

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Getting Monetary Policy Back on Track
March 1, 2024

Experts in economic policy debate the 2021 surge in inflation, why the Federal Reserve was slow to respond, and whether rule-like policy is the best approach to controlling inflation.

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Documenting Communism: The Hoover Project to Microfilm and Publish the Soviet Archives
January 23, 2024

A memoir of the project to microfilm and publish ten million pages of Soviet Archives, bringing worldwide access to a Russian history that had been closed for nearly a century.

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Who Governs? Emergency Powers in the Time of COVID
February 1, 2023

Describes the emergency powers held by states at the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, discusses how they were implemented, and considers the questions the exercise of such powers raises for democratic governance.

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The Human Prosperity Project: Essays on Socialism and Free-Market Capitalism from the Hoover Institution
September 1, 2022

Scholarly analyses of free-market capitalism, socialism, and hybrid systems from historical, economic, and public policy perspectives provide evidence on the effectiveness of each system in enhancing human prosperity and well-being.

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Bread + Medicine: American Famine Relief in Soviet Russia, 1921–1923
June 1, 2023

Recounts how medical intervention, including a large-scale vaccination drive, by the American Relief Administration saved millions of lives in Soviet Russia during the famine of 1921–23.

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Silicon Triangle
October 1, 2023

A working group of industry and policy experts contemplate the role of semiconductors on the future security, economic prosperity, and technological competitiveness of the United States, Taiwan, and China.

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