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  • What We Won

    What We Won

    America's Secret War in Afghanistan, 1979-89

    Bruce Riedel, July 2014

    In February 1989, the CIA's station chief in Islamabad famously cabled headquarters a simple message: "We Won." It was an understated coda to the most successful covert intelligence operation in American history. In his new book, Bruce Riedel tells the story of the US's secret war in Afghanistan and the complex international personalities central to the conflict.

  • The G-20 Summit at Five

    The G-20 Summit at Five

    Time for Strategic Leadership

    Kemal Derviş and Peter Drysdale, eds., July 2014

    In 2008, the G-20 was created at a time of financial crisis and worldwide panic. Now, it is anticipated that 2014 will be the year of overall economic recovery. What does this mean for this year's G-20 Summit?

  • A New Paradigm

    Perspectives on the Changing Mediterranean

    Andy Mullins and Sasha Toperich, eds., July 2014

  • WTO Trade Policy Review

    Suriname

    June 2014

  • Homeownership Built to Last

    Homeownership Built to Last

    Balancing Access, Affordability, and Risk after the Housing Crisis

    Eric S. Belsky, Christopher E. Herbert and Jennifer H. Molinsky, June 2014

    Even with the financial, psychological and social costs of trying to purchase a home in today's housing market, Americans still aspire to homeownership. How can we make housing more affordable, fair and sustainable for the future?

  • Muslim Minorities in Asia

    Modes of Engagement

    Muslim Minorities in Asia

    Rafiq Dossani, June 2014

  • PerformanceStat Leadership Strategy

    The PerformanceStat Potential

    A Leadership Strategy for Producing Results

    Robert D. Behn, June 2014

  • Policies to Address Poverty in America

    Policies to Address Poverty in America

    Benjamin H. Harris and Melissa S. Kearney, eds., June 2014

    In Policies to Address Poverty in America, The Hamilton Project presents 14 policy memos written by national academic experts, focused on various challenges of poverty, and proposing new innovative approaches to combat poverty. The main areas of focus include promoting early childhood development, supporting disadvantaged youth, building worker skills, and improving safety net and work support.

  • OECD Factbook 2014

    Economic, Environmental, and Social Statistics

    OECD, Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development., June 2014

  • The Future of Affirmative Action

    The Future of Affirmative Action

    New Paths to Higher Education Diversity after Fisher v. University of Texas

    Richard D. Kahlenberg, ed., June 2014

  • Greece

    From Exit to Recovery?

    Michael Mitsopoulos and Theodore Pelagidis, June 2014

  • Getting India Back on Track

    Getting India Back on Track

    An Action Agenda for Reform

    Ashley J. Tellis, Bibek Debroy and Reece Trevor, eds., June 2014

  • The Persistence of Innovation in Government

    The Persistence of Innovation in Government

    Sandford Borins, June 2014

  • China's Political Development

    Chinese and American Perspectives

    Kenneth G. Lieberthal, Cheng Li and Yu Keping, eds., June 2014

     

  • WTO Trade Policy Review

    Macao, China

    May 2014

  • A Transatlantic Pivot to Asia

    Towards New Trilateral Partnerships

    Hans Binnendijk, ed., May 2014

  • Leading Change from the Middle Jackson Nickerson

    Leading Change from the Middle

    A Practical Guide to Building Extraordinary Capabilities

    Jackson A. Nickerson, May 2014

  • Europe's Crisis, Europe's Future

    Europe's Crisis, Europe's Future

    Kemal Derviş and Jacques Mistral, eds., May 2014

  • OECD Sovereign Borrowing Outlook 2014

    OECD, Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development., April 2014

  • WTO Trade Policy Review

    Switzerland and Lichtenstein

    April 2014

  • Advancing the Ugandan Economy

    Advancing the Ugandan Economy

    A Personal Account

    Ezra Sabti Suruma, April 2014

  • Teachers versus the Public

    Teachers versus the Public

    What Americans Think about Schools and How to Fix Them

    Michael Henderson, Paul E. Peterson and Martin R. West, February 2014

    Public schools rely on local communities for voter and tax support—but are communities and educators in agreement about what really matters for today's students?

  • Central Banking after the Great Recession

    Central Banking after the Great Recession

    Lessons Learned and Challenges Ahead

    David Wessel, ed., April 2014

    The global financial crisis is largely behind us, but the challenges it poses to the future stability of the world’s economic system affects everyone from American families to Main Street businesses to Wall Street financial powerhouses.

  • Asia in Washington

    Asia in Washington

    Exploring the Penumbra of Transnational Power

    Kent E. Calder, April 2014

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