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      Russia And American Power In The Middle East
      Sep01

      Russia And American Power In The Middle East

      Featured Analysisvia The CaravanNothing is stranger than the notion, widely held, that Russia is a newcomer to the Middle East. After extending its rule to what is now called southern Ukraine in the late eighteenth century its territories bordered on the vast Ottoman Empire. …read more Source:: Hoover...

      Trump Administration Officials Worried Ukraine Aid Halt Violated Spending Law
      Dec23

      Trump Administration Officials Worried Ukraine Aid Halt Violated Spending Law

      Image credit: istockIn the News quoting Jack Goldsmithvia Center for Public IntegrityBut key details of what they said to one another are again blacked out in documents released to the Center for Public Integrity under court order …read more Source:: Hoover...

      John Yoo: No, I Didn’t Call Alexander Vindman A Spy. But Ukraine Did Engage In Espionage
      Nov01

      John Yoo: No, I Didn’t Call Alexander Vindman A Spy. But Ukraine Did Engage In Espionage

      Image credit: istockAnalysis and Commentaryvia USA TodayI really stepped in it this week. In the course of a Fox News interview, host Laura Ingraham began with a breaking news account about Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman, the top Ukraine expert and director of European Affairs on the National Security Council (NSC). …read more Source:: Hoover...

      Democracy And America’s Foreign Policy Identity
      Sep05

      Democracy And America’s Foreign Policy Identity

      In the News featuring Condoleezza Ricevia Ford School of Public Policy, University of Michigan A Master Class With Former U.S. Secretary Of State Condoleezza Rice, Hosted By John Ciorciari, Director Of The Weiser Diplomacy Center. …read more Source:: Hoover...

      Phoenix: Lunch Discussion With Professor Michael McConnell
      Sep05

      Phoenix: Lunch Discussion With Professor Michael McConnell

      In the News mentioning Michael McConnellvia Stanford Law School In celebration of Constitution Day, we hope you join us for lunch with Professor Michael McConnell. An expert in constitutional law and theory, equal protection, and the founding, Professor McConnell serves as Director of the Constitutional Law Center at Stanford Law School and a...

      Why Cities Lose: The Deep Roots Of The Urban-Rural Political Divide
      Sep05

      Why Cities Lose: The Deep Roots Of The Urban-Rural Political Divide

      In the News mentioning Jonathan Roddenvia The Rotary Club of Palo AltoWhy Cities Lose: The Deep Roots of the Urban-Rural Political Divide …read more Source:: Hoover...

      CCD Global Leaders Forum: Condoleezza Rice
      Sep05

      CCD Global Leaders Forum: Condoleezza Rice

      Image credit: Steve Gladfelter, Stanford Visual ArtsIn the News mentioning Condoleezza Ricevia EventbriteHave you ever wondered how global policy actually gets created? Hear from those who were instrumental in crafting some of today’s most important international agreements and policies and shaping the world we live in. …read more...

      Condoleezza Rice & Philip Zelikow: To Build A Better World
      Sep05

      Condoleezza Rice & Philip Zelikow: To Build A Better World

      In the News featuring Condoleezza Ricevia UVA Miller CenterCondoleezza Rice will visit the University of Virginia on Thursday, September 12. Rice, the 66th U.S. Secretary of State, has a distinguished career in both academia and public service, ranging from her current position at Stanford University to George W. Bush’s National Security...

      On Grand Strategy and Russia
      Feb20

      On Grand Strategy and Russia

      Image credit: Poster Collection, UK 467, Hoover Institution Archives.via Military History in the NewsVladimir Putin has proven himself a masterful tactician, who, as all tacticians do, maneuvers in the present with little regard for the future. He has managed to attack Georgia for its arrogance in daring to consider joining NATO, seize the...

      Ukraine’s Democracy Is Approaching ‘Make Or Break’ — And The West Is Missing In Action
      May01

      Ukraine’s Democracy Is Approaching ‘Make Or Break’ — And The West Is Missing In Action

      Image credit: istockFeaturedvia The Washington PostRussian President Vladimir Putin is waging a global ideological war against Western liberal, democratic values. It has been underway for many years, and it extends from his own immediate neighborhood to Western Europe and, of course, the United States, where he intervened in the U.S. presidential...

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