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Q&A: Michael R. Auslin On The Hoover Institution’s US-Japan Global Dialogue

Wednesday, May 11, 2022
Hoover Institution, Stanford University

Michael R. Auslin is the Payson J. Treat Distinguished Research Fellow in Contemporary Asia. On March 24, Auslin and Fouad and Michelle Ajami Senior Fellow H. R. McMaster cohosted the inaugural US–Japan Global Dialogue. The day-long Track 1.5 conference featured exchanges between Japanese and American policy makers, academics, and business professionals on how to advance the bilateral relationship between the United States and Japan that has been critical to global security and prosperity since it was first signed, in 1960.

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Q&A: Lt. Col. Oliver Lause (USAF) On Strengthening America’s Deterrence Capabilities For Twenty-First-Century Threats

Thursday, April 21, 2022
Hoover Institution, Stanford University

Lt. Col. Oliver Lause, representing the US Air Force, is a National Security Affairs Fellow for the academic year 2021–22 at the Hoover Institution.

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Q&A: Senior Fellow David Leal On The Past, Present, And Future Of The Latino Vote

Thursday, March 31, 2022
Hoover Institution, Stanford University

Donald Trump’s support among many Latino voters in 2016 and especially 2020 sent shock waves through politics, the media, and academia. While activists, journalists, and scholars are beginning to wake up to the political complexities of Latino communities, Senior Fellow David Leal has been studying this for years. Click here, here, and here to read his recent research about how Latino voters are defying expectations and making up their own minds in presidential elections.

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Q&A: Bruce Caldwell On Mont Pèlerin 1947: The Transcripts Of The Founding Meeting Of The Mont Pèlerin Society

Thursday, March 17, 2022
Hoover Institution, Stanford University

Bruce Caldwell, research professor of economics at Duke University and Hoover distinguished visiting fellow for the academic year 2019–20, is editor of Mont Pèlerin 1947: The Transcripts of the Founding Meeting of the Mont Pèlerin Society, a new volume from Hoover Institution Press. The volume is published in commemoration of the seventy-fifth anniversary of the landmark

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Q&A: The Rise Of China’s Central Bank Digital Currency Is A Concern For The US Government, Argues Darrell Duffie

Thursday, March 10, 2022
Hoover Institution, Stanford University

Darrell Duffie is the Adams Distinguished Professor of Management and Professor of Finance at Stanford Graduate School of Business, and senior fellow (by courtesy) at the Hoover Institution, Stanford University.

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Q&A: Hoover Senior Fellows David Brady And Douglas Rivers Analyze Findings Of Vital Signs, The Hoover Institution’s Annual Poll Of The American Electorate

Wednesday, March 2, 2022
Hoover Institution, Stanford University

The Hoover Institution, in partnership with YouGov, has released its second annual Vital Signs national poll of the American electorate. The 2022 survey measures voters’ attitudes on the same themes as the initial poll in 2021: government power and liberty; social and environmental justice; and populism.

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Q&A: Securing Freedom Requires Sacrifice And Tradeoffs, Argues Visiting Fellow Markos Kounalakis

Thursday, February 17, 2022
Hoover Institution, Stanford University

Markos Kounalakis is a visiting fellow at the Hoover Institution and author of the newly released book, Freedom Isn’t Free: The Price of World Order, a volume of essays about democracy, freedom, and individual liberty selected from recent years of work as a foreign affairs columnist at the McClatchy news organization.

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Q&A: Lieutenant Colonel Michael Feuquay (US Marine Corps) On Applying the Lessons of the Reagan Administration’s Cold War Policies To Current Challenges Posed By The People’s Republic Of China

Friday, February 11, 2022
Hoover Institution, Stanford University

Lieutenant Colonel Michael Feuquay is a National Security Affairs Fellow for the academic year 2021–22. In this Q&A, Feuquay discusses his two-decade career as a financial management officer in the US Marine Corps. Feuquay enlisted in the Marine Corps after high school and served four years before enrolling at San Jose State University. He was inspired to rejoin the US Marines following the terror attacks of September 11, 2001, and was commissioned as a second lieutenant.

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Q&A: Lieutenant Colonel Keith Miller (US Army) On The Role Of Strategic Intelligence In US National Security Policy

Wednesday, February 9, 2022
Hoover Institution, Stanford University

Lieutenant Colonel Keith B. Miller, representing the US Army, is a National Security Affairs Fellow for academic year 2021–22 at the Hoover Institution. In this conversation, Miller talks about his two-decade career in the army, first as an armor officer and then in strategic intelligence.

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Q&A: Captain Lushan Hannah (US Coast Guard) On Forging Effective Emergency Management Responses To Environmental Crises

Friday, February 4, 2022
Hoover Institution, Stanford University

Captain Lushan Hannah, representing the US Coast Guard, is a National Security Affairs Fellow for the academic year 2021–22. In this interview, Hannah talks about his more than two decades of service in the Coast Guard. He discusses his specialty in ashore response operations, which involves search-and-rescue missions, maritime law enforcement, and environmental protection.

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The Hoover Institution presents in-depth interviews about policy research and publications from its fellowship. Q&As include insights about international relations, economics, education, and the policy implications of the COVID-19 pandemic. In addition, they also include conversations about the latest books published by the Hoover Institution Press, and individual profiles from the annual classes of the Robert and Marion Oster National Security Affairs Fellowship.