Monday, April 25, 2022

Think Tank Quickies (#444)

  • Lachlan Murdoch helps launch the Centre for the Australian Way of Life at right-leaning Institute of Public Affairs.
  • Heritage Action created a new PAC, the Sentinel Fund, to bolster grassroots support for Republicans running for Congress. 
  • Anastasiia Lapatina, a journalist with the Kyiv Independent, accepted into the 2022 Hertog War Studies Program, a two-week academic program at the Institute for the Study of War.
  • CAP is trying out different hybrid models for its think tank staff to return to work before settling on anything more permanent.
  • When emotion is king, do think tanks still matter?
  • Cato Institute analyzes Heritage Foundation report outlining complaints against "Big Tech."
  • Many think tanks don't have a good track record in terms of intern pay in the foreign policy field.  Neither do university's when it comes to adjunct professor pay.
  • PIIE chief Adam Posen: A two-decade backlash against globalization poses risk to America.
  • The Carnegie-Tsinghua Center for Global Policy's American head, Paul Haenle, now resides in Singapore.
  • Virtually everything the Niskanen Center publishes falls under a Creative Commons license.