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A Sharper Choice on North Korea
Task Force Report
A Sharper Choice on North Korea  
 

An Independent Task Force Report, chaired by Mike Mullen and Sam Nunn, finds that the United States' policy of "strategic patience" with North Korea will neither stop the country's dangerous cycle of provocation nor ensure the stability of Northeast Asia in the future. The Task Force recommends revising U.S. policy toward North Korea to break the cycle of North Korean aggression. Read more »

 
How Should the Next President Tackle Trade?
Discussion Paper
How Should the Next President Tackle Trade?  
 

Protectionism will erode the United States' edge as the world's most innovative economy and will not help workers displaced by technological change and an increasingly globalized market, argue Edward Alden and Robert E. Litan. Instead, the United States needs trade and economic policies that create new opportunities in fast-growing foreign markets. Read more »

 
Closing the Gender Gap in Development Financing
Policy Innovation Memorandum
Closing the Gender Gap in Development Financing  
 

Increasing evidence shows that investment in women and girls yields high returns for poverty eradication, economic growth, and sustainable development. Despite this, international and national efforts to promote gender equality are chronically underfunded. Rachel B. Vogelstein explains the financial measures the United States should take to close the gender gap in development financing. Read more »

 
A Better Strategy for Fixing Bugs
Cyber Brief
A Better Strategy for Fixing Bugs  
 

With the rising threat of cyberattacks, the U.S. government should create incentives for individuals, companies, and governments to find and patch software vulnerabilities. Adam Segal argues why attempts to regulate the buying and selling of zero-days are bound to fail and recommends that policy should focus on bug disclosure, where appropriate, and to mitigate known threats. Read more »

 
How the U.S. Can Help Stop Corruption in Nigeria
Corruption Brief
How the U.S. Can Help Stop Corruption in Nigeria  
 

Corruption is endemic in Nigeria. And although the United States and Nigeria have been close partners since Nigeria's democratic transition in 1999, elite corruption has undermined diplomatic relations and U.S. investments in the nation's development and security. Matthew T. Page discusses the actions the United States should take in cutting down on high-level corruption. Read more »

 
A Smarter Way to Tax Oil and Gas
Discussion Paper
A Smarter Way to Tax Oil and Gas  
 

The tax treatment of oil and gas investment in the United States has been a contentious policy issue for decades. In this study, Gilbert Metcalf analyzes current U.S. oil and gas tax preferences to evaluate whether they actually improve energy security, mitigate climate change, and save taxpayer dollars. Read more »

 
U.S. Should Lead at Multilateral Development Banks
Discussion Paper
U.S. Should Lead at Multilateral Development Banks  
 

In the face of growing U.S. indifference to multilateral development institutions, China is stepping up. Scott Morris argues that U.S. officials should accommodate a larger role for emerging countries, particularly China, in the multilateral development bank system, and that failing to do so will harm not only the United States but also the global good. Read more »

 
New Greenspan Biography Shortlisted for Award

New Greenspan Biography Shortlisted for Award

Sebastian Mallaby's biography of Alan Greenspan, shortlisted for the Financial Times and McKinsey Business Book of the Year Award, brings into vivid focus the mysterious point where the government and the economy meet. To understand Greenspan's story is to see the economic and political landscape of the last thirty years, and the presidency from Ronald Reagan to George W. Bush, in a whole new light. Order it now»

 

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