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Michael Spence Says Global Recession A 'Distinct Possibility'

featuring Michael Spencevia Bloomberg
Tuesday, September 24, 2019

Hoover Institution fellow Michael Spence talks about the Brexit negotiations and the implications for the British economy, as well as the prospects for the global economy.

In the News

Who Stole Greta Thunberg's Childhood?

quoting Bjorn Lomborgvia Independent Women's Forum
Tuesday, September 24, 2019

I suppose if you believe that the world is going to end before you have a chance to grow up, and all this because of greedy grown-ups, you might sound like Greta Thunberg at the United Nations yesterday. Still . . . No sixteen-year-old should sound like this.

In the News

General James Mattis’ Plea To Resettle Iraqi Refugees

quoting General Jim Mattisvia Niskanen Center
Tuesday, September 24, 2019

“All Americans need to recognize that our democracy is an experiment—and one that can be reversed,” former Marine Gen. and Secretary of Defense James Mattis warned in his first public statement since leaving the Trump cabinet earlier this year. That experiment relies on the ability of Americans who fight for our democracy and sacrifice to protect our way of life to do so effectively.

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Today, Hong Kong. Tomorrow, Taipei

quoting Frank Diköttervia The Diplomat
Tuesday, September 24, 2019

The United States can’t wait for the next crisis.

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How To Think About Israeli-Palestinian Peace

by Dennis Rossvia The Caravan
Tuesday, September 24, 2019

I have worked on trying to resolve or ameliorate the Israeli-Palestinian conflict in formal and informal capacities since the 1980’s.  Through two intifadas (uprisings) and the Oslo process, I have seen the conflict in its human terms and the toll it takes.  There were certainly times in the 1990’s when it seemed to be possible to settle the conflict.  Even after the Second Intifada, which imposed such a terrible price on both Israelis and Palestinians, I believed that the gaps between the two sides were bridgeable.

In the News

If China Believes The US Has Grown Soft, Its Military Leaders Should Read James Mattis’ Book

featuring General Jim Mattisvia South China Morning Post
Tuesday, September 24, 2019

Trump’s former defence secretary has co-authored a narrative that, in detailing the philosophy and capabilities of the US marines, reveals a willingness within the military establishment to take the fight to the enemy. China should take note.


Kiron Skinner: What Issues Should President Trump Highlight To UN General Assembly?

interview with Kiron K. Skinnervia Fox News
Tuesday, September 24, 2019

Hoover Institution fellow Kiron Skinner discusses some of the issues she thinks President Trump should address in his speech to the UN General Assembly. Skinner notes that 'America First' does not mean the US is not deeply engaged with the world.

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Blueprint For America: The Art And Practice Of Governance

by George P. Shultzvia PolicyEd
Tuesday, September 24, 2019

Managing governmental spending, guiding private enterprise, maintaining global alliances, and educating the next generation are America’s top priorities that have not changed over time. However, good governance is needed to sustain and realize these long-term goals.

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Israel-Palestine Peace Is Possible

by Daniel Kurtzervia The Caravan
Tuesday, September 24, 2019

Protracted conflicts are protracted for a reason. They involve deeply-held grievances; ethnic, religious or ideological animosities; territorial disputes; boundary issues; political power struggles; clashes over the distribution of wealth; and competing narratives; among other factors. Protracted conflicts are not static, but rather evolve over time. Conflict management and mitigation, a strategy for dealing with conflicts that appear impervious to resolution, miss the point; for these strategies often do not take into account evolving changes through which conflicts pass.


From Orwell, Huxley, And 'We' To WeWork

by Niall Fergusonvia Boston Globe
Monday, September 23, 2019

[Subscription Required] Orwell and Huxley were not the first to fear an age of mass surveillance.


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