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Cdr. John "Jack" Souders, representing the United States Coast Guard, is a National Security Affairs Fellow for the academic year 2020–21 at the Hoover Institution. [Read More]
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It's not officially campaign season in California—that'll begin in full force once the date for the gubernatorial recall vote is officially set—but already it's open... [Read More]
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The Hoover Institution hosts More Than Sharp Power: How the CCP Penetrates Taiwan and Hong Kong on Tuesday, May 11 from 4:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. PDT. [Read More]
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Israel was born into a state of war, with preponderant and unaccepting neighbors. Against daunting odds, it not only survived but prospered, gradually becoming recognized... [Read More]
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In this episode of Battlegrounds, H.R. McMaster and former Panama Vice President Isabel de Saint Malo de Alvarado discuss Panama-US relations, factors affecting Western Hemisphere security and prosperity, and implications for Panamanian... [Read More]
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Four Hoover education policy experts are forcefully arguing that school systems cannot return to business as usual as they re-open from the pandemic.  Their newly... [Read More]
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Lt. Col. Steven Skipper, representing the US Air Force, is a national security affairs fellow (NSAF) for the 2020–21 academic year at the Hoover Institution. [Read More]
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We need a national conversation about the "why" of testing students annually, because we as educators need to come to a collective understanding of their... [Read More]
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As required by the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA), states should resume school-level accountability as soon as the pandemic is substantially under control, most students... [Read More]
Four Hoover education policy experts are forcefully arguing that school systems cannot return to business as usual as they re-open from the pandemic.  Their newly... [Read More]
California lawmakers have a special reason to oppose Biden's proposal: a big cut in Sacramento's tax revenue. [Read More]
Controlling COVID does not require destruction of rental markets. [Read More]
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