Friday, July 16, 2010

Press Briefing

Jul 16, 2010

We Need an Einstein Immigration Policy - When Americans see the benefits of a 'brain gain,' they'll view newcomers more favorably

Al Qaeda Goes Viral - The terrorists' latest recruiting device: an English language Internet magazine

The Natural Gas Revolution - Experts are so focused on analyzing the BP spill that they're overlooking the next big thing

Diplomacy Briefing Series: Sudan and sub-Saharan Africa. By Tim Shortley, Deputy to the Special Envoy to Sudan

The Uncertainty Principle—II - Only 30 times more complicated than Sarbanes-Oxley

The Yo-Yo Market and You - The stock market will suffer dizzy spells until the fog of monetary policy uncertainty is lifted

Avandia on Trial - An FDA review panel shows more wisdom than the drug's critics

Welcome for South Asian Seeds of Peace Participants, by Judith A. McHale, Under Secretary for Public Diplomacy and Public Affairs

Youth Has Outlived Its Usefulness - American politics is desperately in need of adult supervision

Agent Orange in Vietnam: Recent Developments In Remediation. By Matthew Palmer, Acting Deputy Assistant Secretary, Bureau of East Asian and Pacific Affairs. Testimony before the Subcommittee on Asia, the Pacific, and the Global Environment Committee on Foreign Affairs

How to Liberate the NHS - Andrew Lansley's plan to break the bureaucracy of th National Health Service is bold, but risky

How Do International Financial Flows to Developing Countries Respond to Natural Disasters?

Europe has implemented Feed-In Tariffs. Shouldn’t We Learn from their Experience?

From the Lisbon Treaty to the Eurozone Crisis: A New Beginning or the Unraveling of Europe?

Why Can't We Fire Failed Financial Regulators?

Thinking outside the box to avoid a double-dip recession

Why the Obama Stimulus Failed

CBO’s Economic Forecasting Record: 2010 Update