Art and images from the Hoover Digest
Art and images from the latest edition of the Hoover Digest
Hoover fellows are famous as generators of ideas, but they’re just as active in getting their insights into the hands of leaders in policy, business, and public opinion. Among Hoover’s range of programs for making those connections is the Leadership Forum, which brings influential members of the policy, business, and international community to Hoover for a 360-degree primer on the policy challenges and solutions at the top of Hoover fellows’ minds.
Images from the Hoover Institution’s Spring Retreat
The Hoover Institution at 100: Featured Celebrations And Conversations In 2019 About A Century Of Ideas
Images from the July 2007 Board of Overseers meeting.
P. J. O’Rourke and Former Joint Chiefs of Staff Chairman Richard Meyers Deliver Before-Dinner Remarks at Retreat.
Political Succession in Russia: 32nd Annual Stanford/Berkeley Conference on Russia, East European and Eurasian Studies
Speakers at the conference on Russia, East European and Eurasian studies
One speaker after another seemed to echo the same themes: Be confident in the fundamental ideals and principles of freedom; be smart and bold in advancing and defending them. These messages resonated in the rooms of the Willard InterContinental Hotel during Hoover’s annual Winter Board of Overseers Meeting, held each February in Washington, DC.
Risks & Answers: Hoover Fellows Brief Supporters on Pressing Threats to Our Free Society and How to Respond
Threats and opportunities, risks and rewards, and danger and hope for the future of our free society were in the spotlight for attendees at Hoover’s 2018 Spring Retreat.
Hoover’s communications and outreach team connects the Institution with interested publics: lawmakers, policy and opinion leaders, news media, universities, and think tanks. It advances the fellows’ ideas and scholarship, publicizes library and archival holdings, and promotes the Institution’s mission.
The focus at the retreat was on the economy. Many of Hoover’s top economists spoke on the causes of the financial crisis and its consequences.
On March 30, the Hoover Institution’s Working Group on Global Markets convened a one–day policy workshop on the future of central banking.
Images from the Hoover Institution’s May Retreat
Building on Success: The Soviet Dissident Movement and American Foreign Policy during the 1980s