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May 11, 2008

Monetary Policy
Taking stock of the dollar’s global role

Peter Goodman looks at the dollar – and the growing dollar reserves of emerging market central banks -- in today’s New York Times. He captures the poles of the debate well. Ken Rogoff argues that…

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September 8, 2009

Immigration and Migration
American Foreign Policy: Regional Perspectives

In May 2009 I participated in a workshop entitled “American Foreign Policy: Regional Perspectives” sponsored by the Naval War College.

American Foreign Policy: Regional Perspectives

November 12, 2010

Diplomacy and International Institutions
Friday File: Obama in Asia

Above the Fold: The big news of the week has been President Obama’s Asia trip.  The coverage at home has generally been positive.  Walter Russell Mead reviews the India leg of the trip and applauds…

Friday File: Obama in Asia

November 18, 2010

The World Next Week

The podcast for the The World Next Week is up. I am off-site at a conference, so Robert McMahon sat down with Sebastian Mallaby, who directs CFR’s Maurice R. Greenberg Center for Geoeconomic Studi…

The World Next Week

November 19, 2010

Diplomacy and International Institutions
Friday File: Obama Heads to Lisbon

Above the Fold. President Obama’s scheduler must be nursing a grudge.  Last Sunday the president returned from what had to be an exhausting ten-day, around-the-world trip that took him to four coun…

Friday File: Obama Heads to Lisbon

November 29, 2010

Diplomacy and International Institutions
WikiLeaked

You have to feel a lot of sympathy for senior State Department officials today.  While the rest of us spent the Thanksgiving weekend bingeing on turkey, watching football, or scoring big discounts …

WikiLeaked

December 9, 2010

Politics and Government
TWE Quick Takes

Cold weather and high winds yesterday along the New York-Washington corridor played havoc with my travel schedule.  One benefit of the travel delay was that I caught up on some reading.  Three piec…

TWE Quick Takes

December 17, 2010

Diplomacy and International Institutions
Friday File: The New START End Game

Above the Fold. It’s fish or cut bait time on the New START Treaty.  All signs point to a vote by next Wednesday.  Based on the strong vote this week to start the debate, supporters are optimistic…

Friday File: The New START End Game

December 20, 2010

Politics and Government
Killer Amendments Die

The New START Treaty made it through the weekend intact. Opponents offered two so-called killer amendments, and both failed to get fifty-one votes. (A treaty needs sixty-seven votes to pass the Se…

Killer Amendments Die

April 18, 2011

Politics and Government
Campaign 2012: Hello Rick Santorum, GOP Presidential Candidate

Rick Santorum speaks during the Iowa Faith & Freedom Coalition's Spring Event in Waukee, Iowa March 7, 2011. (Brian Frank/courtesy Reuters) Pennsylvania State University can claim many accomplis…

Rick Santorum speaks during the Iowa Faith & Freedom Coalition’s Spring Event in Waukee, Iowa March 7, 2011.