The current U.N. development system promises too much and demands too little of its member governments. Its autocracy, secrecy, bureaucracy, and self-aggrandizement reflect the worst of its members. Read More.
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Director, Center for Data Analysis and the Center for Trade and Economics and Mark A. Kolokotrones Fellow in Economic Freedom
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Jay Kingham Senior Research Fellow in International Regulatory Affairs
Russia continues to pose an existential threat to the Baltic States. What steps must the United States and NATO take to reassure the Baltics — Read more
The United States has been through one of the most tumultuous decades in recent history. Polls show people on both sides of the ideological — Read more
Critics argue that the American criminal justice system is rife with “ugly disproportionalities” and “brutal penalties on the undeserving.” Those same critics often point — Read more
Since becoming Prime Minister of Great Britain in 2010, David Cameron has been forced to confront the existence of a growing Islamist threat. The — Read more
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South Asia is home to some of the world’s most persecuted people. In 2013, Afghanistan, Pakistan, India, Bangladesh, and Sri Lanka all ranked among — Read more
As a Senior Advisor to Ronald Reagan as well as Chief of Staff to Nancy Reagan, James Rosebush had unique access to the 40th President — Read more
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