Images from the Hoover Institution’s May Retreat
Building on Success: The Soviet Dissident Movement and American Foreign Policy during the 1980s
A number of issues were discussed at the retreat, including the presidential election, financial markets...
Hoover’s Spring 2017 Retreat brought together Hoover supporters and fellows to meet around topics that shape nations yet also touch individual lives in personal ways at home and abroad. Riveting presentations and incisive question-and-answer periods sustained an energy level that felt appropriate to the rapidly moving history in which Hoover and its supporters are playing a role.
Hoover Institution Board of Overseers Holds Meetings in Washington, DC, Featuring Senior Trump Administration Officials
The Hoover Institution board of overseers met in Washington, D.C. February 23–24, 2009.
Artists traveling throughout Europe in the 1960s, especially American jazz musicians, often visited with Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty reporters. Included in this slideshow are some notable examples, including Louis Armstrong, Ella Fitzgerald, Dizzy Gillespie, and Benny Goodman, as well as many outside the American jazz scene. (The photographs of these musical ambassadors are part of the Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty corporate records at the Hoover Institution Archives.)
The Hoover Library and Archives continue their robust program of acquisitions, preservation, access and outreach, and publications. The library and archives attract a large local, national, and international clientele, and the archives is viewed by many as the premier private archive in the world.
The secret world of the Soviet Union revealed in Lenin's Brain.