A special screening of Nuclear Tipping Point, a movie of a conversation among four men involved in U.S. and international diplomacy during the last four decades, was shown to Silicon Valley executives on Wednesday, May 19, at the Hoover Institution.
Last August, as part of their field trip segment, the crew from PBS’s Antiques Roadshow descended on the Hoover Archives to look at a few of the 120,000 posters we have in our Political Poster Collection.
Hoover Institution Press today announced the publication of Freedom or Terror: Europe Faces Jihad, by Hoover senior fellow Russell A. Berman. In his analysis of Europe’s ambivalence toward jihadist terror and the spread of aggressive Islamism, Berman focuses on the European responses—or lack thereof—to this profound threat to modern democracy.
The Hoover Institution today announced publication of the book Boris Pasternak: Family Correspondence 1921–1960, translated and annotated by Nicolas Pasternak Slater and edited by Maya Slater, with a foreword by Lazar Fleishman.
The movie Nuclear Tipping Point was shown on the campus of Stanford University on April 20 to a standing-room-only crowd. It has been shown to great acclaim in other venues, including the White House on April 6, at which time President Barack Obama viewed it.
For informed, reasoned discussion regarding nuclear threats facing the world and opportunities to address these threats, the Hoover Institution has compiled the work of its scholars on the subject into one comprehensive, easy-to-access section.
The private papers of Marian Spychalski, one of the “founding fathers” of communist Poland and a prominent Polish politician during the period from 1944 to 1968, are now available in the Hoover Institution Archives.