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  • U.S.-Pakistan Relations : Challenges and Opportunities in an Age of Change

    17 avril 2017
    Pakistan sits in a complex geopolitical position, serving as a bridge between South Asia and the Middle East. The country’s long-simmering conflict with India, the situation in neighboring Afghanistan, and political, economic and social developments have all shaped Pakistan’s foreign policy. (...)
  • Bennett Charts : Tranquilizer 041417

    14 avril 2017
    Photo album comprised of "Bennett Chart" images, to be featured in a gallery for Drug Policy. Updated 041417.
  • Crisis in Venezuela — Video Q&A with Francisco Monaldi

    13 avril 2017
    Francisco J. Monaldi, fellow in Latin American energy policy, offers insight into the ongoing political and economic crises in Venezuela in a Q&A with the Baker Institute. Versions of the video are available below in English and in Spanish: English En (...)
  • OPEC cuts production, yet oil market remains unchanged

    13 avril 2017
    OPEC cut its production again in March in hopes of driving up oil prices, but the move had little global impact as the U.S. and other countries maintained their oil production levels, the Houston Chronicle reports. "OPEC cuts really are a lot more effective when the oil inventories are low and (...)
  • Fourth Annual Undergraduate Public Policy Competition — Health Policy in the United States

    12 avril 2017
    In September 2013, the Baker Institute Student Forum hosted its inaugural Undergraduate Public Policy Competition. This annual competition allows undergraduates to present their policy solutions for the nation’s pressing issues and interact with policy experts and representatives from the (...)
  • Judge Rules TX ID Voter Law Is Intentionally Discriminatory

    12 avril 2017
    For the second time, U.S. District Judge Nelva Gonzáles Ramos has ruled that Texas lawmakers "acted with the intent to discriminate against black and Hispanic voters” in passing Texas' voter ID law in 2011. Fellow Mark P. Jones discussed the ruling and its possible ramifications in a segment with (...)
  • Ten Big Ideas : Realizing NSF’s Vision for Future Research and Discovery

    11 avril 2017
    Apr. 10, 2017 France A. Córdova, Ph.D., director of the National Science Foundation, discusses the agency’s “10 Big Ideas” planning exercise, which identified areas for future investment in fundamental scientific research.
  • Russia could soon control Houston-based CITGO

    11 avril 2017
    If Venezuela’s PDVSA defaults on repaying its loan to Russia, Russia’s state-owned oil company Rosneft might take over Houston-based CITGO, which PDVSA owns and used as collateral for the loan. Francisco J. Monaldi, fellow in Latin American energy policy, comments in CNN Money: (...)
  • Israel, Syria and the Larger Middle East : From Rabin to the Present

    10 avril 2017
    Mar. 30, 2017 Ambassador Itamar Rabinovich provides new insights into Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin’s relationships with world leaders, his peace policy toward Syria and the Palestinians, and the repercussions of his death for Israeli politics, with a book signing following the (...)
  • PEMEX’s Strategy and Mexico’s Energy Reform : Looking Ahead

    10 avril 2017
    Mexico recently approved and began to implement one of the most comprehensive and significant energy reforms in the world. In the midst of this historic transition, the 2014 collapse in oil prices presented a great challenge for PEMEX, which is strapped for cash and faces difficulty in meeting (...)

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