Hoover Institution fellow Michael McFaul discusses the future of artificial intelligence.
Hoover Institution fellow Darrell Duffie discusses crypto currencies and their future.
Terry Moe, senior fellow at the Hoover Institution and a member of the Institution's Koret Task Force on K–12 education, debates with Joe Williams, executive director of Democrats for Education Reform, on the future of American teacher unions in “After Chicago: the Future of Teacher Unions.” This event will be moderated by Michael Petrilli, research fellow at the Hoover Institution and executive vice president at the Thomas B. Fordham Foundation.
Bruce Bueno de Mesquita knows what will happen in the future on a host of critical questions. . . .
A new book on the future of the Federal Reserve comes at a pivotal moment for the central bank: the debate over how best to overhaul supervision of financial markets will intensify when lawmakers return from their August recess...
Whether we like it or not, conflict in the Middle East is going to be in all of our futures, the former top U.S. commander in the region told students last Wednesday...
Way back in 1972, the head of the Chicago Mercantile Exchange had a crazy idea: If you could trade futures on pork bellies, wheat and beef, Leo Melamed wondered, why not on Swiss francs or deutsche marks?
Fouad Ajami, a senior fellow at the Hoover Institution and cochair of the Working Group on Islamism and the International Order, discusses the future of Egypt and what role the United States should play with CNN’s Wolf Blitzer.
On 27 January I was asked to join a panel on Russia's Future within the University of Warwick One World Week. (The other panel members were Richard Connolly, co-director of the University of Birmingham Centre for Russian, European, and Eurasian Studies, and the journalist Oliver Bullough.) I decided to talk about how Russians are looking to the past in order to understand their uncertain future.
This is being written in response to Committee Report No. 1 regarding the meeting outlining an initiative entitled “Reclaim the Future,” aimed at ensuring that low-income and minority youths have access to “green” jobs...
These essays from a diverse group of distinguished contributors deepen our understanding of the new national security threats posed by terrorism, by the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction, and by the spread of Islamic extremism. They examine the obstacles to making U.S. intelligence more capable and offer recommendations for effective reform.
The commission's report hit like a bomb when it declared that the weak performance of America's schools placed the nation itself at risk.
This book assesses the changes that have occurred in the twenty years since A Nation at Risk, which urged major reforms in American education, was issued by the National education Commission. It offers recommendations based on three core principles—accountability, choice, and transparency—that can reinvigorate the system and rekindle America's confidence in public education.
In the most anticipated decision of its 2002 term, the Supreme Court ruled that the school voucher program in Cleveland, Ohio, did not violate the Constitution's ban on the "establishment" of religion. In this book, the authors examine the meaning of the Supreme Court decision and consider the new political and policy context it has created.