Published Works By Fellows
How The Doha Agreement Guaranteed US Failure In Afghanistan
This essay examines how the poorly negotiated US-Taliban agreement undermined the Afghan government and institutions and facilitated the Taliban’s rise to power in August 2021. The rush to conclude a deal with the Taliban undermined US counterterrorism interests and emboldened hard-liners within the Taliban movement. The United States must recommit to human rights and counterterrorism in Afghanistan and avoid rewarding the Taliban with diplomatic recognition until they have earned it.
The Hezbollah Paradox
Hezbollah has evolved over the past four decades into the most powerful military and political force in Lebanon. It is Iran’s greatest force enabler, allowing the Islamic Republic to exert influence across the Middle East. But Hezbollah’s determination to protect its independent military status in the face of growing opposition in Lebanon has created a host of grave challenges that could threaten the organization’s primacy in the years ahead.
Studies in Generalship: Lessons from the Chiefs of Staff of the Israel Defense Forces
The first in-depth comparative study on the role and performance of the Israel Defense Forces’ chiefs of staff from 1948 to the second decade of the 21st century.
Understanding Police Reliance On Private Data
Private entities play a substantial and growing role across the criminal system. It is both impractical and undesirable to eliminate all private influences. Instead, policy makers can distinguish beneficial private influences from harmful ones by focusing on those private entities with the closest relationship to law enforcement. These entities have fewer incentives to guard against law enforcement overreach and thus deserve heightened scrutiny.
Private Data/Public Regulation
This article argues that, as a matter of constitutional law, government agencies that engage in policing cannot collect digital data, particularly about individuals for whom there is no suspicion of wrongdoing, without a sufficient regulatory scheme in place. A sufficient regulatory scheme justifies collection, achieves a public end, and has adequate protections for individual rights. Unauthorized and unregulated bulk digital collection of surveillance data simply may not occur.
Adapt and Be Adept: Market Responses to Climate Change
This volume features seven essays exploring different ways market forces can help governments and populations adapt to the environmental and economic effects of climate change.
Hoover Daily Report
The Hoover Daily Report is an e-mail compendium of links to the online work of Hoover’s fellows and affiliated scholars in newspapers, journals, blogs, and broadcast media.
Books by Hoover Fellows
A Hoover Institution journal that builds on the strength of Hoover’s research.
An online journal that analyzes ongoing issues of national security in light of conflicts of the past.
China Global Sharp Power Weekly Alert
Governance In An Emerging New World
The George P. Shultz Project on Governance in an Emerging New World explores the challenges and opportunities for our democracy, our economy, and our security posed by emerging technologies and societal changes.
Hoover Institution Press
A quarterly publication that offers informative writing on politics, economics, and history by the scholars and researchers of the Institution.
A quarterly publication of the policy, political and economic issues confronting California.
Classics of Military History
Analytical introductions by contemporary military historians to guide readers of how best to approach such a vast but often under appreciated literature
Economics Working Papers
China Leadership Monitor
Military History in the News
Wars, terrorism, and revolution are the daily fare of our globalized world, interconnected by instantaneous electronic news.
California on Your Mind
Analysis, politics, and the economics of the Golden State
The Caravan is a quarterly publication on the contemporary dilemmas of the Greater Middle East
The Caravan Notebook
Advancing a Free Society
Advancing a Free Society is the Hoover Institution’s institutional blog. It serves as a platform for original brief analysis that clarifies and enlightens.