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Automated War
 
How to Think About Intelligent Autonomous Systems in the Military
 
By Cara LaPointe and Peter L. Levin
 
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Democrats, Republicans, and the Federal Reserve
 
Partisanship and Monetary Policy
 
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Roadwork: a map of the Belt and Road Initiative in Hong Kong, January 2016.
 
China’s Infrastructure Play
 
Why Washington Should Accept the New Silk Road
 
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Workers of the World Divide
 
Unions underwrote the affluence of U.S. workers in the last century. They ensured that manual work paid white-collar wages and gave laborers a voice in politics. But now, unions are declining, and the working and middle classes are paying the price. Reviving labor won’t be easy -- but doing so is critical to preserving America’s economic and social health.
 
By Bruce Western and Jake Rosenfeld
 
 
 
America’s Brewing Debt Crisis
 
After the financial crisis, U.S. President Barack Obama signed the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act. But that measure needs to be supplemented because it didn’t address an important causes of the crisis: “runnable liabilities,” or short-term debt that the government does not insure.
 
By Robert Litan
 
 
 
Will Humans Go the Way of Horses?
 
In 1983, Wassily Leontief asked if technological progress would doom human labor to being swept out of the economy the way horses once were. His answer was yes. But humans are not horses, and can choose to prevent themselves from becoming economically irrelevant.
 
By Erik Brynjolfsson and Andrew McAfee
 
 
 
Preserving Primacy
 
During the Obama years, the United States’ influence has declined even as threats have grown. A new administration must retain a robust nuclear posture, experiment with new force structures and equipment, and underwrite it all with more spending on national security.
 
By Mac Thornberry and Andrew F. Krepinevich Jr.
 
 
 
 
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