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  • Legal Memorandum posted June 23, 2010 by Jeremy Rabkin How Does Elena Kagan See America’s Place in the World? Why the Senate Needs to Ask Some Hard Questions

    Abstract: What are Elena Kagan’s views on foreign policy? What does she think about America’s role in the world? At one time, such questions would have seemed irrelevant, if not impudent, for a Supreme Court nominee. Not anymore. Recent Supreme Court decisions, and commonly expressed views among commentators, seem to embrace a new role for international institutions,…

  • Play Movie The Implications of the G-20 Summit Video Recorded on March 30, 2009 The Implications of the G-20 Summit

    The G-20 summit will meet to discuss responses to the global financial crisis in London on April 2. The American plans for the summit remain unclear. The European Union, though, has called for a “charter of sustainable economic activity†that “wou…

  • First Principles Series Report posted May 25, 2007 by Jeremy Rabkin The Meaning of Sovereignty: What Our Founding Fathers Could Tell Us About Current Events

    I have no special expertise about Iraq, but this disability does not inhibit the stars of broadcast journalism nor the philosophers of Hollywood from trying to enlighten us on this subject. I will stick, in any case, to the most obvious points-points so clear and indisputable that they might be described as "blindingly obvious." From there, I will proceed to my main…

  • Lecture posted April 10, 2007 by Orrin C. Judd, Paul Driessen, Ramesh Ponnuru, Jeremy Rabkin, Becky Norton Dunlop Redefining Sovereignty

    Delivered on July 20, 2006 BECKY NORTON DUNLOP, Vice President, External Relations, The Heritage Foundation: I want to begin by thanking Marisa Kraus, whose pub­lishing company, Smith and Kraus Global, published Redefining Sovereignty[1] and who worked with me to bring this program to fruition. Redefining Sovereignty is a very useful tool for those who are…

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