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Hoover Fellow Ken Jowitt Analyzes American Foreign Policy in a Post 9/11 World

Tuesday, April 12, 2005

American foreign policy, the president's speeches, and the future of democracy in the Middle East and elsewhere following 9/11 were discussed at a Breakfast Briefing by Hoover fellow Kenneth Jowitt March 31.

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Prepared Remarks of Attorney General Alberto Gonzales

Monday, February 28, 2005
HOOVER INSTITUTION BOARD OF OVERSEERS MEETING<br /> Washington, D.C.
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Negroponte Selected As First National Intelligence Director

Thursday, February 17, 2005

President Bush named John Negroponte, the U.S. ambassador to Iraq, and a former Hoover Institution National Fellow, as the government's first national intelligence director Thursday, February 17, 2005.

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Hoover Fellows Speak at SIEPR Economic Summit

Wednesday, February 16, 2005

Hoover fellows John Taylor, William J. Perry, and George P. Shultz participated in an economic summit sponsored by the Stanford Institute of Economic Policy Research on February 11.

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Media Fellows Analyze the Election Results, Discuss What Influenced Voters

Thursday, November 18, 2004

In his presentation 'Whither the War on Terror? A Postelection Assessment' on November 10, Isikoff discussed the election in terms of how people voted based on where they live.

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Media Fellow Makes Case against Saddam Hussein

Monday, September 27, 2004

In answer to why Saddam Hussein supported Islamic fundamentalism, Deroy Murdock, a columnist with the Scripps Howard News Service, summed up the relationship by saying, 'My enemy's enemy is my friend.'

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A Practical Guide to Winning the War on Terrorism

Thursday, July 29, 2004
STANFORD

In A Practical Guide to Winning the War on Terrorism (Hoover, 2004) Adam Garfinkle, a Hoover research fellow in 2003, has assembled a collection of essays that recommend methods that go beyond the use of force to win the war against terrorism. Garfinkle acknowledges the need for power, but believes "much of what is required to win the war against terrorist recruiting and support cannot usefully be thought of as a spin-off of military efforts." The book provides not only general ideas, but also practical steps on how to defeat terrorism.

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Our Brave New World: The Impact of September 11

Wednesday, June 5, 2002
Crystal Room Willard Inter-Continental Washington Hotel 1401 Pennsylvania Avenue, N.W. Washington, D.C.

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