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The Decline of Labor and the Future of the Middle Class
By Bruce Western and Jake Rosenfeld
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America’s Brewing Debt Crisis
What Dodd-Frank Didn’t Fix
By Robert Litan
Will Humans Go the Way of Horses?
Labor in the Second Machine Age
By Erik Brynjolfsson and Andrew McAfee
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Preserving Primacy
A Defense Strategy for the New Administration
By Mac Thornberry and Andrew F. Krepinevich Jr.
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Iran and the New Monroe Doctrine
With Iran increasingly unfettered from sanctions as a result of last year’s nuclear deal, there are unmistakable signs that it is widening its presence in the Americas in earnest.
By Ilan Berman
Recharging Asia’s Battery
Barack Obama will be the first sitting U.S. president to visit Laos, a poor, landlocked country whose large-scale efforts to dam the Mekong River threaten to destabilize the region.
By David Roberts and Jalel Sager
Hungary, Sixty Years After the Revolution
This autumn marks the 60th anniversary of the Hungarian Revolution. Today’s liberal Hungarians find themselves fighting for many of the same changes—the creation of an independent judiciary, the establishment of a free press, and the guarantee of meaningful political competition—that their parents and grandparents demanded in 1956.
By Claire Greenstein and Brandon Tensley
Ending Endless War
The United States used to refrain from aggressive military action, but since the Cold War ended, Washington’s desire to shape the global security environment has led to permanent war. The next administration needs a new, limited, doctrine whose ultimate aims are defense and deterrence.
By Andrew J. Bacevich
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