A roundup of some of the content published today by Brookings.
- IMF-World Bank meetings. Brookings experts comment on the upcoming World Bank and IMF spring meetings.
- Teacher preparation. Thomas Kane applies lessons from medical training to three types of changes needed in teacher preparation.
- Democracy dividends from the Afghanistan investment. Michael O’Hanlon and David Petraeus say that we may know how well American sacrifices have paid off in a successful recent election. (WSJ.com, subscription rqd.)
- Tax incentives do a poor job at helping households accumulate financial and tangible assets, writes Benjamin Harris.
Mingwei Ma contributed to this post.
There’s really a cognitive dissonance coming from Washington to here [World Economic Forum conference in northeastern China] Washington is all about tearing down things.
Trump has spent more time dealing with North Korea than any other foreign policy issue.