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National Strategy

Shaping the Next Administration's Response to HIV in the U.S.

David Holtgrave | Posted 05.03.2016 | Healthy Living
David Holtgrave

Reasonable people may disagree on the details of how best to address the U.S. epidemic through 2025, but we hope that everyone will agree it is time to truly "end AIDS" in the U.S., and that the next administration has an absolutely critical role to play in writing that history.

Age of Amity

Edward Corcoran | Posted 01.13.2016 | Politics
Edward Corcoran

Such global leadership can indeed lead to an Age of Amity, a global economy where every nation can develop its own culture in a framework of global respect for human rights and dignity. This is our challenge for the 21st Century.

The 2015 National Military Strategy: A Serious Flaw

John B. Alexander, Ph.D. | Posted 08.20.2016 | World
John B. Alexander, Ph.D.

Americans at all levels, including the DOD leadership, generally view our interventions as positive and an indication of global leadership. The impact of our actions, however, has rarely been commensurate with the stated altruistic intentions.

Why Afghanistan II ?

Edward Corcoran | Posted 12.20.2014 | Politics
Edward Corcoran

Afghanistan does indeed have an important place in US National Strategy, responding to the core challenge of the Twenty-first Century: leading efforts to build the better world that is essential not only for global prosperity, but for US prosperity.

Afghanistan and Kids at the Border

Edward Corcoran | Posted 09.17.2014 | Politics
Edward Corcoran

These are two current challenges facing the nation and at first glance seem totally unrelated. But in fact they are two aspects of the core challenge for the 21st century: promoting U.S. prosperity.

President Obama Must Prepare for the Sequester Squeeze Play

Charles Knight | Posted 04.03.2013 | Politics
Charles Knight

The Republican's main objective is to use the pain of sequester to force Democrats into accepting reductions in social and health security accounts. To achieve this end they are willing to let the Pentagon take a temporary hit and they are confident it will be temporary.

People-Centered Policy

Edward Corcoran | Posted 10.30.2012 | Politics
Edward Corcoran

If the United States is going to be a credible promoter of values, it needs to do a better job of living them.

Democratic Sclerosis and National Strategy

Edward Corcoran | Posted 03.31.2012 | Politics
Edward Corcoran

Democratic sclerosis refers to the tendency of democratic systems to become increasingly encrusted with legacy provisions which inhibit responsiveness...

Is Netanyahu a "Bomber Boy"?

Steve Clemons | Posted 05.25.2011 | Politics
Steve Clemons

Both Obama and Netanyahu would be wise to think through ways to halt the dysfunctional, paranoiac escalation between Iran and Israel.