Tuesday, November 18, 2014

Think Tank Quickies (#152)

  • Think tank law via Peter Singer of NAF (formerly of Brookings): The more boring a think tank event, the more event reminders you will receive.
  • New HHS Secretary Sylvia Mathews Burwell finds herself in defensive posture, even though in friendly environs of the liberal Center for American Progress (CAP).
  • SCMP: Think tanks with Chinese characteristics won't fully succeed in muzzling scholars.
  • New UCSD think tank to tackle aging issues.
  • Jon Kyl of AEI and Stephen Moore of Heritage pen piece together for WSJ.
  • The word "genocide" made its debut in 674-page "Axis Rule in Occupied Europe" doc by CEIP?
  • CSIS launches Asia Maritime Transparency Initiative (AMTI).
  • Cato Institute head John Allision promoting new book: "The Leadership Crisis and the Free Market Cure."
  • Professor Elena Lazarou gives classes at LUISS University on the role of think tanks.
  • South-South and Triangular Cooperation: Emerging opportunities for think tanks consultation.