March 2018

French Institute of International Relations (IFRI) | March 29, 2018

Bad cop, Bad cop : la nomination de Mike Pompeo et John Bolton

Langue Français Chroniques américainesPeu connu du grand public, Mike Pompeo, 54 ans, diplômé de West Point, dont il est sorti major, et de l’école de droit Harvard où il fut éditeur de…

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European Council on Foreign Relations (ECFR) | March 22, 2018

Cambridge Analytica scandal

Jonathan Hackenbroich covers for Mark Leonard and speaks with Professor John Naughton about Facebook’s data leak and its monetisation of data. Bookshelf: East West Street by Philippe Sands 95…

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Brookings Institution | March 22, 2018

A surefire strategy to improve water infrastructure in Flint and beyond

As Flint’s water crisis continues to reverberate nationally, policymakers have turned their attention to the fundamental infrastructure challenges at hand. From Los Angeles to New York, many regions are not…

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Brookings Institution | March 22, 2018

Can Trump push Arizona to the Democrats?

The rise of Donald Trump as the odds-on favorite to win the Republican presidential nomination may play havoc with the familiar political map of red and blue states in November’s…

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Brookings Institution | March 22, 2018

Greater Charlotte in the global economy: Benchmarking the region’s global competitiveness assets

This benchmarking study, developed by the Brookings Metropolitan Policy Program, provides the Greater Charlotte region with a framework and data to better understand its performance and position in the global…

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Brookings Institution | March 22, 2018

Want to reduce the influence of super PACs? Strengthen state parties

Super PACs and other lightly regulated political organizations are dumping hundreds of millions of dollars into American elections. What should be done about it? Unlike many candidates for federal or…

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Brookings Institution | March 22, 2018

Is the media letting you down lately? Your odds look good in Las Vegas.

Last week, I got to feel absolutely hopeful about the future of America media. This rare experience made me reflect positively on how this nation’s youth will help transform the…

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Brookings Institution | March 22, 2018

Louisville is busy remaking economic development

When I formally joined the economic development field nearly two years ago after serving as deputy chief of staff to Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer, and after 10 prior years in…

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Brookings Institution | March 22, 2018

The skills supply chain must change as software eats the world

The observation that “software is eating the world” has become a truism. Venture capitalist Marc Andreessen was early when he made his famous quip in 2011, but now most people…

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Brookings Institution | March 22, 2018

Wie wollen die Obamas in die Geschichte eingehen?

Michelle Obama's masterful speech at the Democratic National Convention combined the personal and the political, touching on women's solidarity and the history of race in the United States.        

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International Affairs Articles, Inquiries Journal | March 21, 2018

Newspaper Coverage of the Mau Mau Movement: A Constructivist Argument

By Esme Trahair - On February 14th, 1965, just one week before he was assassinated, Malcolm X delivered a speech in Detroit. He spoke about his beliefs concerning segregation and…

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USA Dept of Labor | March 20, 2018

This Valentine’s Day Help Someone Experiencing Abuse

If you want to support a friend in this difficult situation, or if you need support yourself, USAGov has gathered these resources to help.

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JPL NASA blog | March 20, 2018

The planet that wasn’t there (Oh, wait, it was)

By Pat Brennan A massive gas giant more weighty than Jupiter, orbiting an orange star some 45 light years away, might be the most important exoplanet you’ve never heard of.…

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JPL NASA blog | March 20, 2018

Dear Vernal Dawnquinoxes,

By Marc Rayman A veteran explorer is leisurely orbiting the only dwarf planet in the inner solar system. Measuring space radiation high over Ceres, Dawn revolves once every 30 days…

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Nationalities Papers | March 19, 2018

Nation, national remembrance, and education – Polish schools as factories of nationalism and prejudice

Volume 46, Issue 6, November 2018, Page 1046-1062.

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Nationalities Papers | March 19, 2018

Nation, national remembrance, and education – Polish schools as factories of nationalism and prejudice

Volume 46, Issue 6, November 2018, Page 1046-1062.

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European Council on Foreign Relations (ECFR) | March 15, 2018

UK sanctions against Russia, and a new trade war

Mark Leonard speaks with ECFR experts Kadri Liik and Sebastian Dullien about the consequences of the attack on Sergei Skripal in the UK, and the eruption of an EU-US trade…

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Asian Security | March 13, 2018

Advancing the Role of Social Mechanisms, Mediators, and Moderators in Securitization Theory: Explaining Security Policy Change in Japan

Volume 15, Issue 3, September-December 2019, Page 343-364.

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European Council on Foreign Relations (ECFR) | March 7, 2018

Europe and the great powers

Mark Leonard speaks with Asli Aydıntaşbaş, Kadri Liik, François Godement and Jeremy Shapiro about Europe’s relations with the US, China, Russia and Turkey. The podcast was recorded on the 6…

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Denmark – Ministry of Foreign Affairs | March 5, 2018

The Danish Minister for Foreign Affairs opens Danish Embassy in Algeria

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Asian Security | March 5, 2018

Chinese Evolving Approaches to Nuclear “War-Fighting”: An Emerging Intense US–China Security Dilemma and Threats to Crisis Stability in the Asia Pacific

Volume 15, Issue 3, September-December 2019, Page 215-232.

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Russian Politics and Law | March 4, 2018

Petromacho, or Mechanisms of De-Modernization in a Resource State

Volume 56, Issue 1-2, 2018, Page 72-85.

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Russian Politics and Law | March 4, 2018

What Kind of Society Do We Live In?

Volume 56, Issue 1-2, 2018, Page 86-104.

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Russian Politics and Law | March 4, 2018

Anti-American Sentiment in Post-Soviet Russia: Dynamics and Contemporary Characteristics

Volume 56, Issue 1-2, 2018, Page 105-143.

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Russian Politics and Law | March 4, 2018

A Territory Free from the State

Volume 56, Issue 1-2, 2018, Page 144-166.

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