A roundup of some of the content published today by Brookings.
- A conversation with Heritage on news media. Darrell West and Beth Stone answer Mike Gonzalez’s article about their paper on news consumers and producers being less polarized.
- Japan’s triple disaster at three years. Beth Ferris and Mireya Solís review the lessons of Japan’s triple disaster—the earthquake, tsunami and nuclear accident.
- American power, and leadership. Bruce Jones says that there is “a mounting gap between the fundamentals” of American power and the “perceptions and policy on the other.”
Learnings from the Medicare Shared Savings Program. Farzad Mostashari and Ross White examine data for the Medicare Shared Saving Accountable Care Organization Program (ACO).
The west’s response to Ukraine developments. Fiona Hill spoke on WAMU’s “The Diane Rehm Show” about the latest developments in the Ukraine/Crimea crisis.
This is China stepping out of the shadows to play a more assertive role and to use its increasing leverage globally to get what it wants.