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Brookings Today, 6/27/14

Brookings Today

A roundup of some of the content published today by Brookings.

  • Implications of an EU-Ukraine association agreement. Steven Pifer analyzes Poroshenko’s decision to sign an EU-Ukraine association agreement and its implications on Ukraine, Russia, and Europe.

  • The effort to renew and reform conservatism. John Hudak and MaryCate Most discuss the movement to reform conservatism known my some as the Reformicon movement.

  • How the fathering gap affects social mobility. Joanna Venator and Richard V. Reeves explain how the father’s role and involvement in a child’s life can affect social mobility.

  • Four achievable milestones to create opportunities for children. Justin W. van Fleet pinpoints specific goals that could improve the opportunities for oppressed children around the world.

  • Africa in the News. Amy Copley highlights recent events in Africa that affect both regional and international politics of the continent.

Elina Saxena contributed to this post.

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