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  • ثورة العراق الفاشلة بعد الثورة الإيرانية في العام 1979
    كان للثورة الإيرانية في العام 1979 أثرٌ كارثي في المنطقة. وبعد مرور أربعين عاماً على تأسيس الجمهورية الإسلامية، لا يزال ما خلّفته الثورة مو…
    - 13 days ago 14 Mar 19, 9:39am -
  • Red Sea blueprints
    The Red Sea has fast become an arena of geopolitical intrigue, as new engagement between Gulf and African states is challenging old assumptions and erasing old boundaries. Expanding economic and strategic interests are driving unprecedented activity…
    - 14 days ago 12 Mar 19, 5:11pm -
  • How the Iran hostage crisis shaped the US approach to sanctions
    On November 14, 1979—10 days after Iranian students seized the U.S. embassy in Tehran and took American diplomats as hostages—President Jimmy Carter signed Executive Order 12170, freezing Iranian government assets held in the United States. This…
    - 14 days ago 12 Mar 19, 2:50pm -

Wilson Center

  • The Next Banking Crisis Will Not Be in the Middle East
    A budding financial crisis perpetually loiters around the modern global economy. Crises in banking sectors — a subset (and often a harbinger) of a broader financial crisis — have shocked developing and advanced countries alike for…
    - 31 Jul 18, 4:58pm -
  • The Annual Haleh Esfandiari Forum: Protecting America's Global Leadership, with Senator Chris Van Hollen
    The Middle East Program invites you to the annual Haleh Esfandiari Forum on the Middle East with Senator Chris Van Hollen (D-Maryland), who will discuss the topic of protecting America's global leadership in a conversation with Wi…
    - 3 Jul 18, 1:58am -
  • An Israeli Perspective on Russia’s Role in the Middle East
    In this edition of Wilson Center NOW, Major General (Res.) Amos Gilead discusses how Russia has positioned itself as a major player in Syria and about its ambitions in the greater Middle East region. He also explains the current stat…
    - 28 Jun 18, 5:32pm -
  • A Ray of Hope in Afghanistan
    The last few days have produced a series of uplifting, heartwarming scenes in Afghanistan—not a nation where such adjectives are typically applied.Over the course of a three-day truce declared by the Taliban to mark the Eid holida…
    - 19 Jun 18, 3:38pm -
  • The House of Islam: A Global History
    A fascinating and revelatory exploration of the intricacies of Islam and the inner psyche of the Muslim world from the bestselling author of The Islamist 'Not just timely but important too. Ed Husain does not just set out the fundame…
    - 19 Jun 18, 1:02pm -
  • Book Launch: The House of Islam: A Global History
    Please join us for a look inside The House of Islam, a revelatory exploration of the intricacies of Islam and the inner psyche of the Muslim world, from the bestselling author of The Islamist, Ed Husain: Directions: …
    - 15 Jun 18, 3:48pm -
  • The Middle East: A Region in Chaos?
    Last December, the Wilson Center and the U.S. Institute of Peace co-sponsored an event on turmoil across the Middle East with four experienced analysts and practitioners. We agreed to gather again a half-year later to review our obse…
    - 7 Jun 18, 5:26pm -

Washington Institute

  • newThe Second Step in Egypt-Israel Peace Is a Tall One
    March 26 marks the fortieth anniversary of the U.S.-brokered peace treaty signed by Egyptian president Anwar Sadat and Israeli prime minister Menachem Begin. To commemorate that historic moment, Israel recently organized events at the Truman Resea…
    - 3 hours ago 26 Mar 19, 9:34pm -
  • 40 Years of Peace Between Israel and Egypt
    In a region beset by national, sectarian and tribal conflicts, the treaty between the two nations has endured since its signing on March 26, 1979. It has withstood the assassination of Egyptian President Anwar Sadat, two Palestinian intifadas, two…
    - 1 day ago 25 Mar 19, 2:14pm -
  • Organizational Split and Radicalization Within Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood
    On February 20, Egypt executed nine Muslim Brotherhood members convicted of taking part in the 2015 assassination of Hisham Barakat, the country’s top prosecutor. Although the MB’s traditional leadership denied involvement in the crime, they d…
    - 22 days ago 4 Mar 19, 3:01pm -
  • Cyprus Gas Discovery Could Be an East Mediterranean Game-Changer
    ExxonMobil has just announced the discovery of Glafcos, an offshore field located deep underwater more than 100 miles southwest of Cyprus and estimated to hold between 5 and 8 trillion cubic feet (tcf) of natural gas. A more precise figure will em…
    - 25 days ago 1 Mar 19, 8:33pm -
  • Russia’s Growing Influence in North Africa
    While Moscow’s Syria intervention has captured much of the world’s attention, Russian President Vladimir Putin’s vision in the region always spanned beyond Syria alone. Since coming to power, Putin prioritized restoration of Russia’s image…
    - 28 days ago 26 Feb 19, 5:48pm -
  • Exploiting East Mediterranean Gas: New Milestones, New Obstacles
    In late January, workers positioned the foundation jacket for the Leviathan natural gas platform on the seabed six miles off the coast of northern Israel. For the moment, just a few feet of steel piping are visible jutting out of the water, but la…
    - 46 days ago 8 Feb 19, 2:42pm -
  • Pompeo’s Cairo Speech More ‘Back to the Future’ Than Break With Past
    When Secretary of State Pompeo spoke in Egypt last week, his list of Trump administration accomplishments did not hold up against realities on the ground. Moreover, he missed an opportunity to express how America can be “a force for good in the…
    - 69 days ago 16 Jan 19, 9:17pm -
  • Sending the Right Message in Cairo: Advice for Secretary Pompeo
    On January 10, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo will deliver a speech on America’s “commitment to peace, prosperity, stability, and security in the Middle East” as part of his eight-city tour of the region. The speech’s timing and locale (Ca…
    - 78 days ago 7 Jan 19, 9:59pm -
  • Egyptian-Israeli Citizenship Issues Are Impeding Normalization
    On December 20, Cairo announced that it was revoking the citizenship of Yasmine Nissim, a twenty-one-year-old Egyptian woman living in Israel. According to a statement published by the prime minister’s office, the decision was made because she h…
    - 82 days ago 3 Jan 19, 9:01pm -
  • Russia's Arabic Propaganda: What It Is, Why It Matters
    The Middle East is an expanding nexus of Russian influence, a challenge to both regional stability and U.S. interests. In light of this, a thorough understanding of the subtleties of Moscow’s strategies, including information manipulation, becom…
    - 97 days ago 20 Dec 18, 2:33am -
  • Sisi Restores Jewish Heritage in Egypt
    On December 10, Egyptian antiquities minister Khaled al-Anani announced that President Abdul Fattah al-Sisi had ordered the government to devote 1.3 billion pounds (or around $72 million) to restoring Jewish heritage in the country. During a meeti…
    - 14 Dec 18, 8:12pm -
  • Flare-Up in Gaza (Part 2): Gently Undoing a Gordian Knot
    This PolicyWatch is the second in a two-part series on the latest hostilities between Israel and Hamas. Part 1 discussed the domestic political implications for Israel.After seven months of ongoing clashes, and before the recent escalation in G…
    - 20 Nov 18, 4:01pm -
  • Egypt’s Economy Rising, Rights Declining
    On October 31, an IMF staff team reached an agreement with Egypt to release the fifth of six $2 billion aid tranches agreed upon in November 2016. The organization’s positive assessment of Cairo’s economic reforms reflects President Abdul Fatt…
    - 19 Nov 18, 4:56pm -
  • Egypt and Washington: Challenges in the Sisi Era
    On October 31, Barak Barfi and Michele Dunne addressed a Policy Forum at The Washington Institute. Barfi is a research fellow at the New America Foundation and author of the recent Institute study Egypt’s New Realism: Challenges Under Sisi. D…
    - 7 Nov 18, 6:09pm -
  • Sisi’s Anti-Israel Rhetoric: New Speeches, Old Problems
    On October 11, Egyptian president Abdul Fattah al-Sisi gave a speech at an event commemorating the forty-fifth anniversary of the 1973 Yom Kippur War/October War, traditionally touted as a glorious victory over Israel. Every year, dozens of Egypti…
    - 17 Oct 18, 8:59pm -
  • Cyprus Aims to Export Gas via Egypt
    During a September 19 meeting in Nicosia, the energy ministers of Egypt and Cyprus agreed to set up a committee within thirty days to work out details for an undersea pipeline connecting the offshore Aphrodite natural gas field with an Egyptian li…
    - 21 Sep 18, 3:45pm -
  • Egypt's New Realism: Challenges Under Sisi
    When Abdul Fattah al-Sisi became president in 2014, Egyptians were clamoring for stability after the chaos of the post–Arab Spring years and the failed leadership of the Muslim Brotherhood government. Emblematic of this stability, Sisi was at on…
    - 11 Sep 18, 11:20pm -
  • Israeli Gas Is Almost Ashore, But Challenges Remain
    Watched over by a small group of environmental protestors camped on the beach at Dor, engineers are putting the final touches on a pipeline for Israel’s Leviathan offshore natural gas reservoir. Located between Tel Aviv and Haifa, the line will…
    - 7 Sep 18, 7:33pm -
  • Breaking the Stalemate in the Egypt-Ethiopia Dam Dispute
    On July 26, the chief engineer of the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam, Simegnew Bekele, died under mysterious circumstances. Two days earlier, Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed revealed that the project could take another ten years to complete, even thoug…
    - 28 Aug 18, 7:18pm -
  • Women, Minorities, and Military Aid to Egypt
    Last August, former secretary of state Rex Tillerson withheld $195 million in Foreign Military Financing from Egypt—or 15 percent of the country’s $1.3 billion in total U.S. military aid—citing concerns over its political and human rights tr…
    - 9 Aug 18, 2:17pm -
  • What Would Happen If Russia Flipped Egypt?
    Despite the constant media scrutiny of President Trump’s foreign policy, experts say that the U.S. relationship with Egypt has been overlooked. This is particularly concerning given the strengthening ties between Cairo and Moscow. Anna Borshchev…
    - 26 Jun 18, 7:03pm -
  • Could Russia Flip Egypt?
    In August 2017, American and Egyptian forces resumed Operation Bright Star, a biennial military exercise intended to showcase both the political alliance between Washington and Cairo and their tight military relations. This capped a new honeymoon…
    - 21 Jun 18, 8:22pm -
  • While Mo Salah Sleeps in Grozny
    It’s no secret that Vladimir Putin uses prestige sporting events to bolster Russia’s image at home and abroad. Look no further than the Sochi Olympic Games in 2014. But by hosting the FIFA World Cup this year, Putin is playing a more subtle ge…
    - 12 Jun 18, 1:28pm -
  • Book Review: The Soviet-Israeli War, 1967-1973
    Conventional wisdom holds that the U.S. policy of detente restrained the Soviet Union in the Middle East, including in Egypt. This perspective also holds that Egyptian president Anwar Sadat’s expulsion of thousands of Soviet military advisors in…
    - 1 Jun 18, 9:37pm -
  • Israel's Sinai Dilemma
    In a February article for the New York Times, David Kirkpatrick wrote that Israel has conducted strikes against Islamic State elements in the Sinai no less than a hundred times since 2015. The story describes how jihadist forces operating in the p…
    - 23 Apr 18, 5:47pm -
  • Sisi's Reelection and Egypt's Next Political Establishment
    On April 2, the Egyptian election commission declared that President Abdul Fattah al-Sisi had won a second term with 97 percent of the vote. During his first term, he focused on suffocating the political environment and sidelining his opponents, s…
    - 2 Apr 18, 9:14pm -
  • Beyond Security: Steps Toward Warmer Egypt-Israel Relations
    Nearly four decades after Egypt and Israel signed their peace treaty, security cooperation between the former foes is arguably stronger than ever. Limited economic cooperation also prevails through Qualifying Industrial Zones, areas in which Egypt…
    - 29 Mar 18, 8:16pm -
  • It's a 'Cold Peace' with Israel; Egypt Prohibits Full Normalization
    On March 26, 1979, under the auspices of the United States, Egypt and Israel signed a peace treaty. But the bilateral relationship has been characterized as a "cold peace." For the nearly four decades since, the two countries have exchanged ambass…
    - 25 Mar 18, 1:33pm -
  • How True Is 'The Crown' on The Suez Cover-Up?
    As 2017 turned into 2018, the entertainment press in America and Britain suddenly began to run articles explaining the Suez crisis of 1956. "Where is the Suez Canal?" asked a headline in the British tabloid Daily Express, and "Why did Britain Go t…
    - 1 Mar 18, 4:47pm -
  • Easing the Minds of Egyptian Generals Is Key to Continued Cooperation with Israel
    Cooperation between Israel and Egypt has increased to a high level in recent years, evidenced by recent reports on military coordination in Sinai. Yet this somewhat secret alliance has not been easy for some Egyptian generals to reconcile, given t…
    - 24 Feb 18, 1:41pm -
  • Foreign Fighters in Libya: Consequences for Africa and Europe
    On February 16, Aaron Zelin and Michael Franken addressed a Policy Forum at The Washington Institute as part of the long-running Stein Counterterrorism Lecture Series. Zelin is the Richard Borow Fellow at the Institute and author of its rece…
    - 21 Feb 18, 8:18pm -
  • President Trump, Condemn This Sham Egyptian Election
    Four years after a bloody coup ended Egypt's difficult transition to democracy, the most populous country in the Arab world is heading toward its fourth presidential vote. The Trump administration should call this exercise what it is: a sham and d…
    - 5 Feb 18, 4:48pm -
  • New Palestinian and Egyptian Designations Highlight Iran and the Muslim Brotherhood
    Speaking at the annual conference of the Institute for National Security Studies in Tel Aviv, State Department Counterterrorism Coordinator Nathan Sales announced on January 31 that Washington has placed new terrorist designations on Palestinian a…
    - 31 Jan 18, 5:47pm -
  • Civil Society on Trial in Egypt: Revisiting the NGO Workers Case
    More than four years after the conviction of forty-three Egyptian and foreign NGO workers, the affair remains an irritant for U.S.-Egypt relations. For many in Washington, the felony convictions of all seventeen Americans tried—including the son…
    - 30 Jan 18, 2:42pm -
  • How Can Saudi Arabia and Egypt Help Confront Toxic Ideologies?
    On January 18, Joseph Braude and Samuel Tadros addressed a Policy Forum at The Washington Institute. Braude is an advisor to Al-Mesbar Studies and Research Center and a senior fellow at the Foreign Policy Research Institute. Tadros is a senior fe…
    - 22 Jan 18, 8:48pm -
  • Israel's Gas Disappointment
    The development of Israel's offshore natural gas resources, once seen as a wonderful economic blessing, has slowed to a painful crawl in recent months. On December 13, the government announced that it was awarding licenses for just six of the twen…
    - 21 Dec 17, 3:18pm -
  • Beyond Islamists and Autocrats:
    The optimism that briefly followed the 2010-11 Arab Spring has long since faded, with a string of political crises, internal crackdowns, and wars casting a long shadow over the prospects for true democratization. The formidable threats posed by Ir…
    - 27 Nov 17, 9:52pm -
  • How Egypt Can Help Hamas and Fatah Implement Their New Deal
    On October 12, the Fatah movement and Hamas reached a new set of understandings in Cairo, with Palestinian Authority president Mahmoud Abbas describing them as a "final agreement to end disunity." While the deal may help stabilize and bring some h…
    - 18 Oct 17, 8:01pm -
  • Egyptians Surprisingly Open to Key Trump Policies, New Poll Shows
    As President Trump rolls out his plan for confronting Iran, a credible new poll in Egypt reveals that this posture enjoys a remarkable degree of public support in the most populous Arab country. A mere 1% of Egyptians rate Iran's regional policies…
    - 12 Oct 17, 7:33pm -
  • Cairo Bombing Exposes the Muslim Brotherhood's Jihadist Tilt
    Hasm, an Egyptian militant group aligned with the Muslim Brotherhood (MB), has claimed responsibility for the September 30 bombing at the embassy of Myanmar in Cairo. While no one was injured, the attack indicates that MB-aligned groups are acting…
    - 2 Oct 17, 7:45pm -
  • From Moscow to Marrakech: Russia Is Turning Its Eyes to Africa
    If you thought Vladimir Putin would settle for only Syria in cementing Russia's footprint in the Middle East, you're in for a surprise. From Morocco to Egypt, Moscow has been expanding influence through arms and energy deals, tourism promotion, an…
    - 21 Sep 17, 6:10pm -
  • The Hamas Announcement: Reconciliation or Reorientation?
    In response to an Egyptian initiative, Hamas announced on September 17 that it will dissolve the "Administrative Committee" it created in March as a shadow government to administer the Gaza Strip. The formation of that committee had spurred Palest…
    - 20 Sep 17, 4:28pm -
  • Middle East Maritime Security:
    A number of developments are transforming the Middle East maritime security environment, with profound implications for regional trade and security. Historically, protection of (SLOCs) sea lines of communication--a process integral to projecting p…
    - 14 Sep 17, 9:03pm -
  • Congress, Don't Meet with the Muslim Brotherhood
    Amr Darrag, a senior member of Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood, will be speaking at Georgetown University on Thursday, and he is trying to extend his speaking gig into a lobbying tour, as other Brotherhood-aligned delegations have done in the past. U.S…
    - 13 Sep 17, 2:48pm -
  • Free Trade Zone in the Context of Growing Russia-Egypt Ties
    Russia and Egypt will hold an intergovernmental commission meeting on trade and economic cooperation in September. Russian foreign minister Sergei Lavrov hopes the meeting will advance bilateral discussion about an industrial trade zone in East Po…
    - 25 Aug 17, 5:08pm -
  • Washington's Unfocused Decision on Aid to Egypt
    Washington's decision on August 22 to delay or cancel nearly $300 million in aid to Egypt caught Cairo by surprise. For many months, the Egyptian government had assumed that the warm rapport between U.S. president Donald Trump and his Egyptian cou…
    - 23 Aug 17, 3:37pm -
  • Is War in Gaza Unavoidable?
    Earlier this summer, it seemed like war in the Gaza Strip was inevitable. Israel had accepted Palestinian Authority leader Mahmoud Abbas' request to cut off electricity for the approximately two million Gazans who live under Hamas rule. Abbas hope…
    - 22 Aug 17, 4:16pm -
  • The Muslim Brotherhood's Fatal Mistake
    On August 14, 2013, in what came to be known as the Rabaa massacre, Egyptian security forces stormed Muslim Brotherhood-led sit-ins at public squares in Cairo and Giza, killing hundreds of people protesting the ouster of Mohamed Morsi, the Brother…
    - 21 Aug 17, 3:15pm -
  • A Beauty Queen Helps Israel's Egyptian Community Find Its Voice
    Winning the Arab Miss Israel contest in 2009 was a double-edged sword for Naglaa Suleiman.The daughter of an Egyptian father and Arab-Israeli mother, Suleiman moved to Israel with her family at age five and grew up in Nazareth. The notoriety sh…
    - 17 Aug 17, 2:04am -
  • A Killer Goes Free in Cairo
    On June 23, Egypt's President Sisi granted clemency to some 500 convicted criminals, a common practice of Arab leaders on the eve of Eid al-Fitr, the end of the month-long Islamic fast of Ramadan. Among those discharged was Hisham Talaat Mustafa,…
    - 7 Jul 17, 3:38pm -

WashingtonInstitute

The Battle Against Extremism: Assessment and Prescriptions
Nearly two decades after the September 11 attacks, the principles of combating radicalization and recruitment remain a key objective in the National Strategy for Counterterrorism released last October. As plans to implement that strategy take shape,…
- 4 days ago 22 Mar 19, 3:40pm -
A Cultural Policy for Arab-Israeli Partnership
Recent headlines acclaim the development of stronger security and economic ties between various Middle East states and Israel, yet the manner in which this new cooperation challenges longstanding discourse about Jews and the Arab world has not receiv…
- 41 days ago 13 Feb 19, 10:43pm -
Middle East FAQ Volume 3: Why Does Iran Provoke U.S. Concern?
In this seven-minute video, Morningstar Fellow Patrick Clawson, the Institute's Director of Research, explains how Iran's national identity fuels activities that strike at American interests and allies.
- 46 days ago 8 Feb 19, 4:02pm -
Are Regional Leaders in Sync with Public Opinion? The Israeli-Palestinian Case
As Israel's April elections draw near and Palestinians continue looking toward presidential and legislative votes of their own, it is the responsibility of pollsters to identify changes in public attitudes on both sides and in the wider Arab arena. T…
- 47 days ago 7 Feb 19, 10:26pm -
Reports from Saudi Arabia, Israel, and Capitol Hill: Middle East Policy Forecast for 2019
The start of 2019 underscores a series of critical questions for U.S. Middle East policy. For example, will Saudi Arabia press ahead with its reform program, or will global criticism stemming from the Yemen war and the Khashoggi crisis dry up the for…
- 54 days ago 31 Jan 19, 11:11pm -
Iran's Precision Missile Project Moves to Lebanon
Iran’s determination to provide Lebanese Hezbollah with the ability to upgrade its missile system into precision weapons has heightened tensions with Israel and provided fuel that could ignite into a major conflagration.This new Policy Note by TW…
- 55 days ago 30 Jan 19, 7:08pm -
National Book Club Webinar with Jay Solomon, author of Iran Wars
Members of the Washington Institute's National Book Club from across the United States participated in an online, interactive webinar with Jay Solomon, former chief foreign correspondent of the Wall Street Journal, on his book "Iran Wars book The Ir…
- 56 days ago 29 Jan 19, 5:16pm -
IDF Brig. Gen. (Ret.) Assaf Orion: Israel's Strategic Challenges
Visiting scholar Assaf Orion, a retired brigadier general in the Israel Defense Forces, analyzes the challenges and opportunities confronting his country from his perspective as one of Israel's foremost military strategists. Despite threats from Iran…
- 75 days ago 10 Jan 19, 10:31pm -
ویدئو کامل گفتوشنود رضا پهلوی در انستیتو واشنگتن با زیرنویس فارسی
میزگرد «مباحث سیاست گذاری» روز جمعه ۱۴ دسامبر ۲۰۱۸، با حضور رضا پهلوی، فرزند شاه فقید ایران محمدرضا شاه و به مدیریت مهدی خلجی از دانشوران…
- 90 days ago 26 Dec 18, 5:13pm -
Tunisian Foreign Fighters in Iraq and Syria
Aaron Zelin, The Washington Institute's Richard Borow Fellow and a leading scholar of global jihadist movements, discusses his Policy Note on the phenomena of Tunisian fighters heading to Iraq and Syria to fight in surprising numbers. In a study base…
- 95 days ago 21 Dec 18, 10:00pm -
Reza Pahlavi on 40 Years of the Islamic Republic
The Islamic Republic of Iran faces increasing, multifaceted crises in its legitimacy, popularity, and functionality. But in the absence of a powerful, organized opposition, the regime still seems quite self-confident.To discuss the government’s f…
- 98 days ago 18 Dec 18, 6:07pm -
Tunisia’s Foreign Fighters
Amb. Jacob Walles and Aaron Zelin on Tunisia’s Foreign FightersOver the past few years, thousands of Tunisians have mobilized for jihad in Iraq and Syria, with many reaching the battlefield and returning home, making their country practically syno…
- 11 Dec 18, 4:14pm -

AEI

Hudson Institute

New America Media

  • The City That Bears the Brunt of the National Terror Watchlist
    DEARBORN, Mich. — There’s a running joke here that has residents talking to an omnipresent Uncle Sam.Off-color or politically contentious remarks — whether uttered at work, school, the hair salon, the grocery store, the masjid or th…
    - 9 Oct 17, 4:28pm -
  • Trump’s Imminent Withdrawal from the Iran Deal Will Endanger the World
    President Trump is about to take action that will withdraw the United States from the “Iran Nuclear Deal”. On October 15, Trump will reportedly “decertify” American participation in this historical agreement. This action is da…
    - 6 Oct 17, 10:22pm -
  • More Questions Than Answers in Coming NJ Gubernatorial Election
    MONTCLAIR, NJ — Ahmet Idil buys and sells rare books. An immigrant from Turkey, the Montclair resident says his small business provides the sole means of support for his wife and their three children. Like any self-employed businessperson, he k…
    - 27 Sep 17, 6:40pm -
  • Trump Administration Signals Plans to Abandon Iran Deal
    With a looming deadline on whether to continue the suspension of sanctions on Iran, the Trump administration is frantically working to demonstrate Tehran’s non-compliance under the so-called Iran Deal and thereby fulfill an ill-conceived campai…
    - 12 Sep 17, 11:46pm -
  • Immigrant, Muslim and Voting Republican in New Jersey
    NEWARK, New Jersey — Levent Koch has been a Democrat for as long as he’s been voting. The 47-year-old voted for Pres. Obama and Hillary Clinton in the past two elections. He took part in fundraising efforts for Jon Corzine,...
    - 4 Aug 17, 8:35am -
  • Rise in ‘Bigoted Incivility’ - When Your Groceries Come With a Side of Hate
    SAN FRANCISO – When Mohammad S. put in for a delivery with Instacart, the San Francisco company that allows users to order groceries online, the last thing he expected was that he’d become a target of hate. Which explains his...
    - 11 Jul 17, 7:58pm -
  • Iraqi Prime Minister Declares 'Total Victory' in Mosul
     MOSUL, Iraq — Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi declared victory Monday evening over the Islamic State in Mosul after nearly nine months of grueling combat to drive the militants out of Iraq’s second-largest city.“We announce the…
    - 10 Jul 17, 7:59pm -
  • Indiana Muslim Community Denounces Controversial Billboard
     A large billboard with the headline “The Perfect Man” stands along one of Indianapolis’s major highways and raises concerns in the local Muslim community who consider the billboard an attack on the Prophet Mohammed. The billbo…
    - 14 Jun 17, 5:50pm -
  • Trump to the ‘Rescue’ in Saudi Arabia and Israel
    Both Saudi Arabia and Israel believe that if they can entice the United States to embrace a more aggressive posture toward Iran, it will provide a solution to their own internal problems. That was the clear message in President Trump’s...
    - 23 May 17, 11:41pm -
  • Trump Neglects to Make Positive Nod to Muslims in America
     President Trump pointedly failed to recognize the contributions of Muslims in America in his speech to leaders of 50 Muslim nations in Saudi Arabia Sunday.Apparently making nice to Muslims around the world does not include those that live in hi…
    - 22 May 17, 9:47pm -
  • Trump Reaps Saudi Arms Deal, Stronger Ties
     Riyadh- Under political fire at home, U.S. President Donald Trump sealed a $110 billion arms deal with Saudi Arabia on Saturday on his maiden foreign trip as he struggled to shift attention from the aftermath of his firing of the...
    - 22 May 17, 6:32pm -
  • Coincidence? Donald Trump Takes Trip and Saudi Arabia, UAE Donate $100,000,000 to Fund Backed by Ivanka
     The White House has assured America, almost a million times now, that there is no collusion between the White House officials and those seeking favor with the president. Sure, President TrumPutin hired all of his close friends and family to...
    - 22 May 17, 6:30pm -
  • The Real Financial Costs of Caregiving
    Photo: Heather Boldon gave her mother Karen medicine during her nap at home in Farmington, Minn. Boldon has low income and no benefits. (Renee Jones/Star Tribune) MINNEAPOLIS, Minn.--Seven years of caring for her ailing mother have left Heather Boldo…
    - 18 May 17, 7:20am -
  • Day Laborers Urged to Take Advantage of Available Health Coverage
    Laura Lopez, second from left, urges day laborers at Street Level Health Project, to set aside their fears and enroll their children in Medi-Cal.OAKLAND, Calif. – Some undocumented parents are not enrolling their children in a free, full-scope…
    - 17 May 17, 11:30pm -
  • Conviction Applauded in Bias Motivated Attempted Murder
     A Muslim watchdog group this morning applauded the conviction of a Minnesota man for the bias-motivated attempted murder of five Muslim men.Anthony Sawina, 26, was convicted of attempted murder and assault for shooting at the men last summer, r…
    - 15 May 17, 8:26pm -

Council on Foreign Relations

CSIS Podcast

  • The Khashoggi Case: Turkey's Opportunity
    While Saudi Arabia has foundered in its response to the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi, Turkey's President Recip Tayyip Erdogan has attempted to use the crisis to burnish Turkey's image in the region and to help repair Turkey's relationship wi…
    - 26 Oct 18, 9:15pm -
  • Climate Change and the Case of Jamal Khashoggi
    This week we look at the two big stories from the week - the case of Jamal Khashoggi, the Saudi dissident "disappeared" in Istanbul and the US-Saudi relations fallout and the IPCC's climate change report that warns of quick action needed by the glob…
    - 12 Oct 18, 5:45pm -
  • A Week of Spies
    This week saw multiple countries point the finger at Russia for a string of cyberattacks, prompting the often-asked question of what a Western response would look like. China also came under scrutiny after a Bloomberg Businessweek story claimed that…
    - 5 Oct 18, 4:45pm -
  • How Congress Can Make Its Mark on U.S. Foreign Policy
    When it comes to U.S. foreign policy, the focus - for good reason - tends to fall on the White House. But the U.S. House and Senate are not toothless when it comes to foreign affairs, and often see the world in a different way than the president. A…
    - 28 Sep 18, 11:15pm -
  • Information Warfare: Back to the Future
    This week's episode takes a step back in time to the 1980s and a country caught between East and West: Poland. CSIS's Seth Jones previews his new book A Covert Action on the previously classified story of QRHELPFUL, the CIA's program to support th…
    - 21 Sep 18, 8:15pm -
  • Preventing Extremism 17 Years after 9/11
    It's 17 years since the terrorist attacks of September 11th shook America and launched the still ongoing War on Terror. But after $5.6 trillion dollars have been sunk into the endeavor, extremism continues worldwide - especially in fragile states. T…
    - 14 Sep 18, 11:15pm -
  • Turkey's Financial Crisis and its US Falling Out
    Turkey's currency and debt crisis was bad enough, but further U.S. pressure over the detention of American pastor Andrew Brunson means that Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan could be in the deepest trouble he's faced as leader. We hear from C…
    - 24 Aug 18, 10:00pm -
  • Election Interference and the 2018 Midterms
    The U.S. government is bracing for another round of efforts by Russia to disrupt the 2018 midterm elections, so how vulnerable is the United States this time around? We hear from James Lewis, the head of the Technology Policy Program at CSIS on what…
    - 3 Aug 18, 9:30pm -
  • America and EU Agree Trade Truce
    After weeks of tit-for-tat between the EU and the United States, it seems as if EU Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker’s visit to the White House has stemmed the worst of the brewing trade war. So what was agreed, and will it be enough to clo…
    - 27 Jul 18, 8:30pm -
  • The Trump-Putin Parley and Peace Breaks Out in East Africa
    On this week’s show we look at the fallout from this week’s meeting between President Trump and Russian leader Vladimir Putin, with Olga Oliker and Jeff Mankoff. We then turn to Dan Runde and Africa, where a frozen conflict between Ethiopia and…
    - 21 Jul 18, 3:15am -
  • Allies Reel from a Trump-torn NATO
    President Trump has made no secret about his feelings towards the NATO alliance, and came in all guns blazing to this week’s NATO summit in Brussels, admonishing allies for not footing more of the financial burden for defense as well as threatenin…
    - 13 Jul 18, 6:45pm -
  • The Trade War Begins and AMLO Wins
    At 12.01am on Friday July 6, the long-telegraphed trade war between the United States and China began with U.S. tariffs imposed on $34 billion worth of Chinese goods - and the Chinese responding in kind. How far will it go, and how does it affect t…
    - 6 Jul 18, 9:30pm -
  • The Trump-Putin Summit, NATO, and Europe's Trouble
    This week the White House announced that President Trump would meet Russia's leader Vladimir Putin in Helsinki on July 16. Before that meeting, Trump travels to the NATO summit in Brussels as well as calling on Theresa May in London. On this week's s…
    - 30 Jun 18, 2:45pm -
  • Trump's Space Force and Turkey's Elections
    On The Readout this week: Donald Trump announced his intention to create a "space force" that would become the sixth branch of the U.S. military, CSIS space expert Todd Harrison joins the show to discuss whether that plan will get off the ground. In…
    - 22 Jun 18, 9:30pm -
  • | The CSIS Podcast is now The Readout
    The clue is in the title. As of next week, The CSIS podcast will rebrand as The Readout. This short clip from host Colm Quinn explains the thinking behind the switch. 
    - 15 Jun 18, 10:15pm -
  • Trump and Kim's Singapore Swing
    On this week's show we discuss the fallout from the meeting between President Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un in Singapore. We first hear from writer E. Tammy Kim in Seoul about how those in South Korea are reacting and then we head back…
    - 15 Jun 18, 10:00pm -
  • Destination: Maghreb – Part 2
    After following the path of migrants from sub-Saharan Africa in part one, we now join them as they try to navigate life in the Maghreb where different countries have different strategies for welcoming their new arrivals. With Haim Malka. Hosted by C…
    - 1 Jun 18, 1:00pm -
  • Trump-Kim Summit on Ice and Maduro Holds on in Venezuela
    With a strongly (and at times, softly) worded letter, the proposed Trump-Kim summit in Singapore on June 12 has been called off. We hear from Korea Chair Victor Cha on where the U.S. and North Korea can go from here. In Venezuela, President Nicolas…
    - 25 May 18, 8:00pm -
  • Destination: Maghreb – Part 1
    In this special two part episode, we’re looking at the trends that have made the North African Maghreb a reluctant destination for migration, as refugees from war and other dire situations find themselves cut off from sanctuary in an increasingly…
    - 18 May 18, 9:30pm -
  • JCPOAin't Gonna Happen: U.S. Withdraws and Allies Split
    After President Trump announced that the U.S. would no longer participate in the Iran nuclear agreement or JCPOA, we discuss the impact of the decision. We cover the announcement's likely fallout in Iran, where it leaves relationships with key U.S.…
    - 11 May 18, 8:30pm -
  • China Talks Enter Next Round and Iran Deal on the Ropes
    This week we're looking at deals, some yet to be made and some that may yet come undone. First up we hear from CSIS's Anthony Cordesman on the future of the Iran deal ahead of another crucial deadline. We then turn to trade, and CSIS Scholl Chair in…
    - 4 May 18, 9:00pm -
  • The Inter-Korean Summit and Turkey's Snap Election
    This week we look at the historic meeting of Kim Jong-un and Moon Jae-in at the DMZ and what it means for peace on the peninsula as well as the Trump-Kim summit. We also discuss Erdogan's call for a snap election in Turkey, and what he could be tryi…
    - 27 Apr 18, 9:45pm -
  • Pompeo to North Korea & an Arab force for Syria?
    On this week's podcast we preview next week's inter-Korean summit as well as what CIA Director Mike Pompeo's trip to North Korea means for the Trump-Kim meeting. We also look at Syria and whether an Arab-led force could be part of a solution to t…
    - 20 Apr 18, 9:15pm -
  • Syria: Is the United States In or Out?
    As the United States sends mixed messages on its Syria policy, we take a look at what an American troop exit from Syria would mean and the wider issue of stabilizing a post-conflict country. With CSIS Senior Fellow Melissa Dalton. Hosted by Colm Qui…
    - 6 Apr 18, 1:30pm -
  • Kim Jong-un pulls into Beijing and Bolton joins the White House
    On this week's show we discuss the arrival of new National Security Advisor John Bolton as well as North Korean leader Kim Jong Un's surprise visit to Beijing to meet with Chinese president Xi Jinping. With CSIS's Mike Green and Victor Cha. Audio pr…
    - 30 Mar 18, 9:45pm -
  • Tillerson Out and Xi’s Power Grows
    This week we look at the fallout from Rex Tillerson’s exit as U.S. Secretary of State as well as what China’s abolition of presidential term limits means for Xi Jinping and the future of China.  With Heather Conley, Chris Johnson, and Scott K…
    - 16 Mar 18, 6:30pm -
  • Trump’s Tariffs and the Kim Jong-Un Summit
    We discuss the two big stories of the week: the Trump administration’s plan to add tariffs to foreign steel and aluminum as well as the surprise summit between President Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, planned for this May. Featuring Bi…
    - 9 Mar 18, 9:45pm -
  • Prospects for Peace in Afghanistan
    This week, Afghan President Ashraf Ghani offered to open peace talks with the Taliban, raising the possibility of peace after decades of war. We look at what needs to be overcome for a successful peace process to take root in the country. With CSIS'…
    - 2 Mar 18, 8:00pm -
  • Ghouta Burns as Syria's War Continues
    On this week's show we hear from CSIS Senior Fellow Melissa Dalton and NPR's Middle East Correspondent Ruth Sherlock on the latest from Syria as the conflict takes another bloody turn. Hosted by Colm Quinn. Audio produced by Yumi Araki.
    - 23 Feb 18, 11:45pm -
  • America’s New Nuclear Posture: The Russia Angle
    ​The new U.S. Nuclear Posture Review is in part a response to what the United States sees as a changing nuclear threat from traditional adversaries. In the second part of our look at nuclear weapons strategy we look at how Russia approaches its nu…
    - 12 Feb 18, 10:15pm -
  • Explaining America's New Nuclear Posture
    This week we discuss the 2018 Nuclear Posture Review and what it means for the future of U.S. nuclear weapons policy. We explore what the thinking is behind "low-yield" nuclear weapons and what long-term path this sets the United States on.  WIth…
    - 9 Feb 18, 11:15pm -
  • South Korea Prepares for the "Peace Olympics"
    On this episode we look at the upcoming Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, the significance of the show of unity between North and South, and what to watch for in the weeks ahead. With CSIS Korea Chair Victor Cha. Hosted by Colm Quinn.
    - 7 Feb 18, 9:30pm -
  • State of the Union Special: Expert Roundtable
    This week we’re looking back at President Trump’s first State of the Union address and attempting to parse out the policy from the pageantry. An all-star panel are in place to discuss everything from North Korea to the opioid crisis. Featuring C…
    - 31 Jan 18, 11:15pm -
  • Pakistan's Power Balance Play
    Earlier this month, the United States announced it was freezing security aid to Pakistan in response to what it sees as a lack of action to target terrorist groups within the country. This week we discuss the implications of this move for the U.S. r…
    - 26 Jan 18, 9:00pm -
  • Winter Olympics Thaws The Peninsula
    After a year of fiery rhetoric from North Korea and the United States, the latest round of talks between the North and South give the impression that a thaw could be in the offing. Is this the breakthrough? We hear from Sue Mi Terry, a CSIS senior f…
    - 12 Jan 18, 11:00pm -
  • Iran's 2018 Begins With Protests
    This week we're talking about the protests in Iran, and what, if any, kind of reaction the United States should have. With Middle East Program Director Jon Alterman. Hosted by Colm Quinn.
    - 8 Jan 18, 9:00pm -
  • David Miliband on Tackling the Global Refugee Crisis
    This week we hear from David Miliband, the president and CEO of the International Rescue Committee, on his new book and what the international community, governments and individuals can do to address one of the most urgent issues of our time. Hoste…
    - 15 Dec 17, 11:45pm -
  • Trump Recognizes Jerusalem as Israel's Capital
    In a move that met with global condemnation, President Donald Trump officially recognized Jerusalem as the capital of Israel this week. We discuss the strategic implications of this decision and what it means for the future of the Israeli-Palestinia…
    - 8 Dec 17, 10:00pm -
  • How to Counter a North Korean Missile
    After North Korea tested its longest-range missile yet, we discuss what kind of counter-measures the U.S. has in its arsenal and the future of U.S. missile defense. With CSIS's Tom Karako and Todd Harrison. Hosted by Colm Quinn.
    - 8 Dec 17, 9:30pm -
  • Why a New AUMF is Needed
    Last week the U.S. House of Represenatives passed a resolution by 366-30 stating that current U.S. military actions in Yemen are not authorized under current legislation. It highlights the fact that the United States is operating on a Congressional…
    - 20 Nov 17, 10:45pm -
  • Yemen's Human Catastrophe
    As conditions in Yemen continue to deteroriate from a disastrous civil war, we get an update on the facts on the ground from the United Nations Humanitarian Coordinator for Yemen Jamie McGoldrick. Hosted by Colm Quinn.
    - 17 Nov 17, 9:00pm -
  • A Royal Mess: What's Happening in Saudi Arabia
    After the mass-arrests of dozens of royal family members in Saudi Arabia on corruption charges, we look at how Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman's latest move will affect the kingdom and the wider region. With Middle East Program Director Jon Alterma…
    - 10 Nov 17, 5:45pm -
  • Why U.S. forces are in Niger
    Following the deaths of four U.S. servicemen last month in a militant ambush, the question of America’s involvement in that country and wider region have been hotly debated. This week we hear from Africa Program Director Jennifer Cooke on why the…
    - 3 Nov 17, 9:15pm -
  • What Xi Jinping’s Ascent Means
    After Chinese President Xi Jinping’s elevation to Mao-like status at the Chinese Communist Party National Congress this week, we look at what his rise means for China and the rest of the world. We’re joined by CSIS’s Freeman Chair in China Stu…
    - 25 Oct 17, 8:30pm -
  • Catalonia’s Independence Push, Brexit Update, and Austria’s Elections
    On the second show this week, we talk about what’s behind Catalonia’s independence drive, how the EU-UK Brexit negotiations are stalling, and a now-familiar story: the rise of the far-right in Europe, this time in Austria. With CSIS Europe Progr…
    - 13 Oct 17, 7:00pm -
  • The Future of The Iran Deal
    As the Trump administration seems set to "decertify" the Iran Nuclear Deal, we look at what that means for the furture of the deal, as well as how it fits in to U.S. strategy toward Iran. With Jon Alterman, CSIS Middle East Program Director and Brze…
    - 12 Oct 17, 9:15pm -
  • Assessing the Nuclear Options
    On this week's show we hear from Sharon Squassoni, Director of the CSIS Proliferation Prevention Program, on the state of nuclear weapons policy worldwide, and what it would take to move towards a nuclear disarmed world. Hosted by Colm Quinn.By Sh…
    - 29 Sep 17, 7:15pm -
  • Germany goes to the Wahllokale
    This Sunday, Germans go to the polls (die Wahllokale) to elect a new parliament. It's expected that Angela Merkel will carry on as Chancellor but Germany faces headwinds that this election campaign has tended to avoid. We also find time to talk abou…
    - 22 Sep 17, 10:15pm -
  • Myanmar's Humanitarian Crisis
    370,000 people have fled violence in Myanmar in the past month alone. This week we talk about what has caused this crisis and what choices face Myanmar's civilian leader Aung San Suu Kyi. With Greg Poling and hosted by Colm Quinn.
    - 15 Sep 17, 8:30pm -
  • The Four Famines Facing 20 Million People
    This week we hear from Kimberly Flowers, the head of our Global Food Security Project, to discuss the threat of famine in Northeast Nigeria, South Sudan, Somalia, and Yemen. Hosted by Colm Quinn.Kimberly's piece on CSIS.org: https://www.csis.org/a…
    - 8 Sep 17, 7:45pm -

Rand Middle East

  • Chesapeake Bay Climate Impacts Summary and Outlook: Winter 2018-2019
    This web-based tool aims to inform Chesapeake Bay Watershed policymakers, practitioners, and community leaders on historical and projected future climate trends. Analysis of seasonal precipitation data are displayed via interactive maps.
    - 2 days ago 25 Mar 19, 9:45am -
  • 2018 Dean's Report
    In this report to the Pardee RAND Graduate School Board of Governors, the dean shares news about the 2018 cohort, graduates, events, awards, fundraising, curriculum, and more.
    - 2 days ago 25 Mar 19, 8:00am -
  • Officer Career Management
    In this report, the authors summarize departmental views on the military officer career management policies examined in the two reports required by the 2018 National Defense Authorization Act and provide data to inform potential policy changes.
    - 2 days ago 25 Mar 19, 7:45am -
  • Better evaluations to support the needs of older people in the UK
    Transforming care for older people is complex. This report summarises workshops undertaken with different stakeholders in an attempt to identify ways to improve how evaluations are commissioned, completed and used in a changing policy landscape.
    - 2 days ago 24 Mar 19, 8:01pm -
  • Southwark and Lambeth Integrated Care
    The Southwark and Lambeth Older People's Programme for older people at risk of avoidable hospitalisation, reduced A&E and outpatient attendances and elective admissions but not emergency admissions. The Programme was not cost-saving.
    - 4 days ago 22 Mar 19, 12:45pm -
  • Level of Agreement on Health Information Technology Adoption and Use in Survey Data
    Analyses of HIT survey findings should take into consideration the validity of the data used to develop estimates of prevalence and use.
    - 5 days ago 22 Mar 19, 12:00pm -
  • Reducing High-Dose Opioid Prescribing
    Morphine equivalent daily dose thresholds are a promising policy tool, but there is a lack of consensus about how to use the thresholds and what the threshold level should be.
    - 5 days ago 22 Mar 19, 12:00pm -
  • Assessing the Need for and Uses of Sequences of Interest Databases
    This report details the proceedings of a Homeland Security Operational Analysis Center workshop in which experts considered how a genetic database of "sequences of interest" could best support stakeholders to improve biotechnology research efforts.
    - 6 days ago 21 Mar 19, 10:30am -
  • The Evolving Israel-China Relationship
    Since the early 2000s, relations between China and Israel have expanded in terms of trade, investment, and educational partnerships. This report examines Israel-China relations and assesses their implications for Israel and the United States.
    - 6 days ago 21 Mar 19, 9:30am -
  • Oversight of emerging science and technology
    To help inform decisions about emerging science and technology oversight in the future, RAND Europe studied ten examples of oversight spanning different countries, time periods, and science and technology areas, and identified eight key lessons.
    - 6 days ago 20 Mar 19, 8:01pm -
  • Database of Literature on Disaster Surveys
    The Consortium for Resilient Gulf Communities presents an overview of a literature review on the impacts of natural and man-made disasters in the United States and a corresponding database with the results from that review.
    - 8 days ago 18 Mar 19, 1:00pm -
  • The American Educator Panels
    This brochure describes the American Educator Panels -- two innovative online survey tools that provide unique sources of accurate information about educators' knowledge, attitudes, practices, and working conditions.
    - 9 days ago 18 Mar 19, 8:15am -
  • Simulation of County Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome (NAS) Rates Tool
    This web-based tool aims to inform policymakers about the rates of neonatal abstinence syndrome by county across eight states from 2009 to 2015. This analysis is displayed via maps and interactive charts.
    - 12 days ago 15 Mar 19, 9:00am -

IISS

Carnegie Endowment

Bruegel

  • Lockin’ tax haven’s door
    Tax avoidance and evasion harm the public coffers, and increase inequality and poverty. This post summarises the recent debate on several aspects of the issue: the update of the European blacklist of tax havens and the related recent report from Oxfa…
    - 2 days ago 25 Mar 19, 8:52am -
  • The shadow of Brexit: Guessing the economic damage to the UK
    Under a set of assumptions, this post concludes that UK real income and investment would have been 4% and 6% larger respectively had it not been for the shock of the Brexit referendum result. With somewhat audacious assumptions, the damages already i…
    - 5 days ago 21 Mar 19, 4:21pm -
  • Backstage: 5G deployment in Europe
    This episode of 'The Sound of Economics' features Bruegel senior fellow J. Scott Marcus in conversation with Lise Fuhr, director general, European Telecommunications Network Operators' Association (ETNO).
    - 5 days ago 21 Mar 19, 3:54pm -
  • Sticks and carrots from China’s leadership to Chinese banks
    The takeaway from the 13th National People's Congress (NPC) is clear: under the current economic downturn, Chinese authorities will do whatever it takes to support the real economy. Alicia García Herrero and Gary Ng reflect on the "sticks snd carrot…
    - 6 days ago 21 Mar 19, 11:40am -
  • Talking about Europe: Le Monde 1944-2018
    An ongoing research project is seeking to quantify and analyse national printed media discourses about Europe over the decades since the end of the second world war. A first snapshot screened more than 2.8 million articles in Le Monde, out of which 7…
    - 7 days ago 20 Mar 19, 10:39am -
  • China’s debt is still piling up – and the pile-up is getting faster
    With looser monetary policy, China's policymakers hope to encourage banks to lend more to the private sector. This seems to imply a change from the deleveraging drive begun in mid-2017. Although this should be good news for China's growth in the shor…
    - 8 days ago 19 Mar 19, 12:10pm -
  • New EU industrial policy can only succeed with focus on completion of single market and public procurement
    France and Germany recently unveiled a manifesto for a European industrial policy fit for the 21st century, sparking a lively debate across the continent. The fundamental idea underpinning the manifesto is a good one: Europe does need an industrial p…
    - 8 days ago 18 Mar 19, 3:04pm -
  • The European Union’s response to the trade crisis
    The global trading system is under attack on various fronts. In this Policy Contribution, the authors examine the root causes of the current problems, develop good and bad scenarios for what could happen next, and provide recommendations for how the…
    - 12 days ago 14 Mar 19, 5:00pm -
  • Towards EU-MENA shared prosperity
    This joint publication collects the papers produced as part of the third collaboration between Bruegel and the Policy Center for the New South (PCNS). Within the theme “Towards EU-MENA Shared Prosperity”, the two organisations launched a “Platf…
    - 13 days ago 14 Mar 19, 9:54am -
  • Director’s Cut: The case for a legislative remedy for recessions
    Bruegel's Maria Demertzis welcomes Yale Law School professor Yair Listokin to this Director's Cut of 'The Sound of Economics', to discuss how law might be deployed as a macroeconomic tool to counter financial crisis.
    - 14 days ago 12 Mar 19, 4:38pm -

Amnesty International

Chatham House