As we enter the Christmas season in #California, bringing to mind Dickensian literature, Hoover fellow @billwhalenCA examines a tale of two cities—Los Angeles and San Jose—and what last month’s election results say about their near-term futures: https://t.co/xJTYkeoYrZ
Join the Hoover Book Club on Tuesday, Dec. 6th, at 10 AM PT for an engaging discussion with @billwhalenCA and Adele Hayutin, author of the Hoover Press Book New Landscapes of Population Change: A Demographic World Tour. Learn more: https://t.co/njf7bjs2Cy
"Ukrainian counter-attacks have pushed Russia back, but a definitive ejection of Russia from all its territorial gains at this point doesn’t seem likely," argues Hoover fellow Bruce Thornton in his latest piece on the two choices for resolving the crisis: https://t.co/oPVaxdBXsf
Join the Hoover Project on China’s Global Sharp Power in partnership with @StanfordSAPARC tomorrow, Dec. 1st, at 4 PM PT for a lecture by Professor David Shambaugh entitled China's Leaders: From Mao to Now. Learn more: https://t.co/0cFAgp84Fv
Applications for the @HooverInst Summer Policy Boot Camp 2023 are now open! The four-day immersion program is designed to teach college students and recent graduates how to think critically about public policy formulation and its results. Learn more: https://t.co/MBGzYAtuDn
Why does free speech matter? @Policy_Ed explains that freedom of speech is an important part of a prosperous life. Some want the government to have the power to ban offensive speech, but this would give it immense powers that threaten our very prosperity: https://t.co/e0atN1dVQd
"The anger and desire for freedom being expressed by the Chinese people today has brewed for some time, and the courage of the people has grown alongside these feelings," argues Miles Yu in his latest piece on the protest rally in Beijing this week: https://t.co/JIwxJMSOhP
Apply now for the @HooverInst International Seminar, #HIIS. The seminar for international foreign and defense policy professionals brings mid-level leaders from partner countries together with scholars and policymakers to solve common problems. Learn more: https://t.co/rN8tiE5Rhz
Will Moscow remain committed to bilateral nuclear arms control? Hoover fellow @Gottemoeller discusses the upcoming US-Russia talks that will cap months of efforts to resume on-site inspections under New START. Learn more: https://t.co/t7FcGVbVGk
How can #China and the US agree to emission cuts when they suspect that the other’s top priority is to secure an economic, and hence strategic, advantage? Hoover fellow Raghuram Rajan examines the threat of deglobalization to climate change: https://t.co/dvMaUxpuqy
Will Netanyahu provide Israel the security, stability, and prosperity that he promises? @BerkowitzPeter argues, "to preserve the nation, then, Netanyahu must conserve the full range of principles on which Israel is based." Learn more: https://t.co/nKHMiVNoJc
"Time and again, share prices have soared to unsustainable heights only to crash downwards again," says Hoover fellow @nfergus in his latest piece on the rise and fall of Sam Bankman-Fried. Learn about the five stages of financial bubbles: https://t.co/2LvaOsvmaY
Can free-market capitalism still support the American dream? Through a series of essays, The Human Prosperity Project steps back to take an objective scholarly look at the two economic and political systems. Learn more: https://t.co/DqqBADmvFO
The @HooverArchives presents the first English translation of more than 150 harrowing testimonies of Polish Jews deported to the Soviet gulag during World War II in the new book, "I Saw the Angel of Death," co-edited by Maciej Siekierski and Feliks Tych: https://t.co/GkWOdllhiQ
Join Taiwan in the Indo-Pacific Region and its National Security Task Force on Tuesday, November 29th, at 4 PM PT for "Taiwan’s 2022 Local Election Results: What Happened and What It Means." Learn more:
Applications for the @HooverInst Summer Policy Boot Camp 2023 are now open! The four-day immersion program is designed to teach college students and recent graduates how to think critically about public policy formulation and its results. Learn more: https://t.co/MBGzYAL5uV
Could #China’s new digital yuan compete as a reserve currency and undermine America’s financial dominance? Hoover fellow Kevin Warsh examines the recent launch of a digital form of the Chinese yuan. Learn more: https://t.co/9lzjh1G7HF
The Chan collection will join the personal papers of Wang Jingwei, Tao Hengsheng, and other “collaborationists” at the @HooverArchives and provides a view into the intricate and complex political landscape of twentieth-century China. Learn more: https://t.co/e6Dck32oKD
Today at 4PM PT, in-person & online | Drawing on his recent book, @ElliottSchoolGW David Shambaugh explores the backgrounds, contrasting leadership styles, and impact of China’s leaders from Mao to now.
Join us & @HooverInst ⤵️ https://t.co/UqoaSsDeKr
Great discussion about our Nat'l Defense Strategy & how we collaborate in "a new geoplitical era" via @HooverInst's Tech Track 2 symposium. Deep cooperation between the @DeptofDefense, Silicon Valley, & the private sector is a nat'l security imperative.
Despite spending $500K per classroom, only 1 in 4 CA kids are grade level in math, science, reading. A charter school spending less is achieving much better outcomes. My column about how other schools can learn to improve enormously is here:
For those interested in the study of American foreign policy, new book “The Peacemaker” by William Inboden draws upon research materials from the @HooverArchives to explore the Reagan Presidency. https://t.co/K4XOCZD90T
The recording is now available for "Not By Bread Alone: America's Fight Against Starvation In Europe, 1919–1923," the first event in the Bread + Medicine Speaker Series featuring guests Mary Cox, @CharlieLaderman, and Bert Patenaude. #BreadMedicinehttps://t.co/VfiIooOalu
This year is the 40th anniversary of "The Play," considered the most thrilling Big Game between @StanfordFball and @CalFootball.
Photographer Robert Stinnett, whose papers are held at the Hoover Institution Archives, caught the moment on camera.
Today we honor all veterans for their patriotism, love of country & sacrifice. Thank you for your service! Explore our digital story celebrating the US Navy's Construction Battalion (the Seabees) and their can do attitude: https://t.co/I9m6KGaDVo#VeteransDay#VeteransDay2022
#OTD, the US Marine Corps was founded by the Continental Congress in 1775. This is the pinnacle of the Marine Corps’ year which is celebrated by all Marines throughout the world regardless of whether they are in garrison or forward deployed. Happy 247th Birthday @USMC!
Check out this @StanfordDaily article about our exhibition, Bread + Medicine: Saving Lives In A Time Of Famine, with insights by exhibition curator Bert Patenaude and @Stanford students involved in the project: https://t.co/YjcWPD6Jzh
Today is #AskAConservator Day!
How does someone become a conservator? How do I take care of my old photographs? My great-grandfather's WWI letters are falling apart, what can I do? Can this book be fixed?
Our conservators have taken over our Twitter today to answer questions!