In his recent national security speech, President Obama addressed some of the most controversial challenges at the intersection of counterterrorism and accountability. Brookings experts have examined these issues in detail, including the government's detention policy at Guantánamo Bay and targeted killings using unmanned drones.
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David Dreier, Longtime Chairman of the House Rules Committee, Joins Brookings as Distinguished Fellow
Chairman of the Annenberg-Dreier Commission and longtime chairman of the House Rules Committee has joined the Brookings Institution as a distinguished fellow.
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Suburbia is home to the largest and fastest growing poor population in the country and more than half of the metropolitan poor.
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On May 28 at 12pm, Jonathan Pollack will speak during the event, "The Myths, Realities and Implications of Obama’s 'Pivot to Asia,'" at the Shanghai Foreign Correspondents Club.
On May 28 at 5pm, Steven Pifer will discuss his book, "The Opportunity," at an event with the San Diego World Affairs Council.
RT @hahellyer: @BrookingsFP @BrookingsInst My latest in Foreign Policy: "A Murder in Woolwich" http://t.co/TrpqjEdvu7
May 29 join @EJDionne, Bill Galston, @Anna_Greenberg & @SeanTrende for a look at politics of marijuana legalization: http://t.co/BbH3ytOwRT
What can deep-red South Carolina tell us about changing attitudes toward same-sex marriage? http://t.co/eECCrLqMqW
RT @MaloneySuzanne: #Rafsanjani's final brilliant gambit? Or did the Shark get shafted? #Iran @ Saban Friday Wrap-Up http://t.co/r1IuZZJ9G7 via @BrookingsInst
RT @strobetalbott: Iran Press Report: Reactions to the Guardian Council's Vetting http://t.co/zE3txP0bdG via @BrookingsInst
Last week @BrookingsMetro highlighted the economic future of #Houston, TX. Watch video from the #GlobalCities forum: http://t.co/wtbci4Dxus
Population change, immigration, housing & economy are driving the rise of #SuburbanPoverty in America: http://t.co/xY37q7l8n4
Today more poor Americans live in suburbs than in cities, but policies haven't kept up: http://t.co/dEJPaAJFyM
.@MichaelEOHanlon's new book outlines how to maintain military preeminence while cutting the defense budget: http://t.co/WAXNvK5WMX
Sequestration cuts have started to affect military contracting & training. Watch @MichaelEOHanlon explain: http://t.co/cwgpzSYKhd
How will security threats & sequestration impact the @USMarineCorps? General James F. Amos explains on May 29: http://t.co/Qp2CbvgQx4
Have questions about legal marijuana in Colorado & Washington? Check out this Q&A from @BrookingsGS & @WOLA_org: http://t.co/uoswXAKk1w
#Obama still failed to silence #Guantanamo critics yesterday. @benjaminwittes reacts: http://t.co/gMWdIU7XcN #GTMO
Watch @GlobalEduFirst's Youth Advocacy Group members discuss their commitment to #edu for all: http://t.co/b5f0G1gXN0
Trade, democracy, energy, and education: Diana Negroponte comments on VP #Biden's upcoming trip to South America http://t.co/orSNGOTs2m
Welcome to David Dreier, longtime Chairman of the House Rules Committee, now a Brookings Distinguished Fellow: http://t.co/7gPxlI61Sf
Why government interference in the free flow of data endangers gains from Internet economy: http://t.co/qCG8XktSVU
RT @BrookingsMetro: Your long weekend reading: first chapter of Confronting #SuburbanPoverty in America by @ekneebone @berubea1 http://t.co/UpT1YjX2ZQ
Read why Michael O'Hanlon thinks President #Obama "nailed it" on #drone strikes in his speech yesterday: http://t.co/GW0Ek51JX3
Is nuclear winter coming to the Senate this summer? @bindersab reacts to Harry Reid's filibuster threat: http://t.co/jPuhSMrnLJ
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