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Before The Flood: Environment And Security In The Spotlight

mentioning Alice Hillvia United Nations Environment Programme
Tuesday, February 20, 2018

For the first time, the role of the environment in promoting security was addressed at one of the world’s most important international policy forums. The Munich Security Conference has brought together some of the world’s most prominent government and security officials since its founding in 1963. Ways of tackling inter-state conflicts, terrorism and weapons of mass destruction are among the topics that have traditionally dominated the meeting’s agenda.

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Visiting Fellow Stephan Kieninger Conducts Research For His Forthcoming Book

featuring George P. Shultz, Hoover Institutionvia Public Now
Tuesday, February 20, 2018

During spring 2018, Visiting Fellow Stephan Kieninger used Scholar Support from the Hoover Institution to conduct research for his forthcoming book 'The Diplomacy of Détente. Cooperative Security Policies from Helmut Schmidt to George Shultz' which examines the relevance of Western trade with the former Soviet Union as a means to facilitate mutual trust and the emergence of new habits of transparency regardless of recurring military crises.

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US Public Pension Funds Break Cardinal Rule Of Investing

quoting Joshua D. Rauhvia Chief Investment Officer
Tuesday, February 20, 2018

Research shows that institutional investors rely on past performance to gauge future returns.

Devin Nunes's Fake Oversight

by Amy Zegart
Tuesday, February 20, 2018

The House Intelligence Committee chairman’s actions are toxic to the democratic process and dangerous to American national security.

Featured

Hard To See America’s ‘Success Story’ In Current Bloody Times

by Niall Fergusonvia Boston Globe
Tuesday, February 20, 2018

Is the world turning pinker? Is all for the best (as Voltaire’s Dr. Pangloss claims in “Candide”) in the best of all possible worlds — or at least, better than in any previous state of the world? Or is the world turning a darker shade — blood red rather than pink? In the wake of yet another massacre at yet another American school by yet another political extremist with yet another screw loose and yet another assault rifle, it is hard to swallow the pinker thesis.

Analysis and Commentary

China Humiliates Another Western Company

by Michael R. Auslinvia Wall Street Journal
Tuesday, February 20, 2018

Beijing increasingly demands corporate self-censorship.

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Lecture On Inequality

mentioning David R. Hendersonvia Webber
Thursday, February 22, 2018

Join us Thursday, February 22nd at 7pm for a lecture on inequality by David R. Henderson.

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Income Inequality Isn’t The Problem

by David R. Hendersonvia Defining Ideas
Tuesday, February 20, 2018

Disparities are shrinking because millions are being lifted out of poverty each month. 

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'Cross Examination Is Going To Be Brutal': NYU Law Prof Says Climate Change Litigation Is A Loser

quoting Richard A. Epsteinvia Forbes
Tuesday, February 20, 2018

California officials who made dire climate change predictions about their localities' futures in litigation against energy companies, but not in bond offerings, probably know by now their litigation is doomed, a New York University law professor said during a recent interview.

Analysis and Commentary

Kill Chic

by Victor Davis Hansonvia National Review
Tuesday, February 20, 2018

In movies, novels, music, and art, progressives murder their enemies, including presidents, in myriad ways.

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