In this collection leading scholars and practitioners discuss ideas about freedom and how to take the ideas into action today. The discussions took place at a January 2020 meeting of the Mont Pelerin Society which was founded in 1947 for the “preservation and improvement of the free society.” Today, challenges to the free society are again mounting and threatening economic growth and rising prosperity. We hear calls for a return to socialism, for restrictions on trade, for regulations on firms and individuals that go well beyond cost-benefit calculations.
America and the Future of War: The Past as Prologue Examines What History Suggests about the Future Possibilities and Characteristics of War
The Hoover Institution Press today released America and the Future of War: The Past as Prologue, by Williamson Murray, explains why America must remain prepared to use its military power to deal with an unstable, uncertain, and fractious world.
In Issues on My Mind: Strategies for the Future, Former Secretary of State George Shultz Explains How to Achieve a Better Future for the United States and the World
Hoover Institution Press today released Issues on My Mind: Strategies for the Future by George Shultz. The book contains some of Shultz’s most compelling analyses on the topics of governance, the economy, energy, drugs, diplomacy, and nuclear security.
H. R. McMaster: The Wars of 9/11—an Assessment and Implications for Future Counterterrorism Policy and Strategy
Assessing US national security policies regarding terrorism and the state of terrorism today.
What the UK’s split from Brussels means for the future.
What the evolving national security landscape means for the future of this defensive technology.
As insurers abandon Obamacare exchanges, is the program beginning to unravel?
The Prospects for Nuclear Proliferation in a Dangerous Age.
Stephen Krasner, chair of Hoover’s Working Group on Foreign Policy and Grand Strategy, examines the economic and security challenges to America’s continuing global preeminence.
Is the continent coming apart?
American politics takes a turn towards protectionism.
A new case out of Idaho may free consumers from the law's draconian regulations.
The State of the Roberts Court.
Islands of poverty in a sea of wealth.
The new innovation that could change the course of nuclear power in America. Bill Madia and Regis Matzie with an up-to-date check-in on small modular nuclear reactors.
How Republicans can repeal and replace Obamacare without unleashing chaos.