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The Latin American Committee on Macroeconomic and Financial Issues explores the external and domestic risk factors that require the attention of policymakers in Latin America. [Read More]
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On December 14, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) repealed the 2015 Open Internet Order, which unravels the second round of net neutrality rules prescribed under... [Read More]
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Mariama Sow shares the week's news from Africa including the G-5 Sahel Summit, the attack on UN peacekeepers in the DRC, and more. [Read More]
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Charts and graphs from Brookings experts on the racial imbalance in U.S. public schools, patent applications, and the child tax credit in the GOP's new... [Read More]
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An interview with Brookings expert Alina Polyakova on the disinformation campaign waged by the Russian Federation and President Vladimir Putin on the United States and... [Read More]
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Recent events in the national press have prompted new discussions of race and privilege in the institutions around us. One of these places is in... [Read More]
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Blockchain technology could transform financial services around the globe and address some of the challenges facing emerging markets. Amy Copley discusses its potential in Africa... [Read More]
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The Jerusalem decision should remind us of the remarkable influence that Christian fundamentalist worldviews have enjoyed over Republican foreign policy for the past four decades,... [Read More]
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Martin Baily and Aaron Klein discuss the biggest financial regulation stories of 2017, and what to watch in 2018... [Read More]
Amid discussions in the White House about military options on North Korea, Jung Pak and Ryan Hass propose a policy toward Pyongyang that builds on... [Read More]
Eyerusalem Siba and Mariama Sow discuss the factors hindering Africa's ability to attract investment capital and how they impact the continent's ability to capitalize on... [Read More]
Renewed thinking and focus on conflict prevention is urgent, as it is far more effective and less expensive to prevent conflict than respond to it.... [Read More]
Adam Looney unpacks how the new tax bill encourages tax avoidance. [Read More]
President Trump's failure to fill important government jobs has come home to roost. Government vacancies may end up being the most significant problem Trump ends... [Read More]
The House version of the Tax Cuts and Jobs act treats tuition waivers as taxable income, but that could be the wrong way to boost... [Read More]
The federal support for home visiting has recently expired. Even with reauthorization, the lasting effects on this innovative program are extensive and damaging. [Read More]
Tom Wheeler, visiting fellow in the Center for Technology Innovation in Governance Studies, explains the Federal Communications Commission (FCC)'s decision to repeal net neutrality rules... [Read More]
When the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) voted December 14 to repeal the rules protecting a fast, fair, and open internet, the lobbyists for the internet... [Read More]
Studies in this week's Hutchins Roundup find that occupational licensing partially explains the declining trend in interstate migration, complexity surrounding annuity decisions leads to less... [Read More]
Around the world, motor vehicle traffic exacts a large toll in lost productivity from time spent commuting, degraded air quality, and human lives lost to... [Read More]
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