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  • Trump’s Mideast Trip Signals Shift in Foreign Policy Priorities

    19 mai 2017
    Ambassador Edward P. Djerejian, director of the Baker Institute, tells the Arab News that President Trump’s trip to the Middle East demonstrates his willingness to "reengage the U.S. with its traditional partners" in the Gulf and the Middle East. Read the full interview here: (...)
  • How Iran Became an Undemocratic Democracy

    18 mai 2017
    Middle East fellow Mohammad Ayatollahi Tabaar is quoted in a New York Times story on Iran’s presidential election: http://nyti.ms/2ri7Fzp
  • Refugees : Local Solutions to a Global Crisis

    18 mai 2017
    Featured Speaker Kelly T. Clements United Nations Deputy High Commissioner for Refugees Kelly T. Clements joined United Nations High Commissioner on Refugees as deputy high commissioner on July 6, 2015. Clements has been closely involved with refugee and displacement issues throughout her (...)
  • About the McNair Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation

    17 mai 2017
    The McNair Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation at Rice University’s Baker Institute for Public Policy has two pillars to its mandate: research and engagement. The center enables, analyzes and produces academic research on the role of entrepreneurship and innovation in the U.S. economy. It (...)
  • Member Exclusive — Populism and U.S. Foreign Policy : A View From Washington

    17 mai 2017
    The 2016 election signaled the rise of populism as a dominant force in U.S. politics. The campaigns of both Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders exposed a yearning for a restored middle class, a sense of profound and increasing economic insecurity, and anger over wage stagnation and the pace of (...)
  • Turkish President Erdogan meets with President Trump

    16 mai 2017
    Ambassador Edward P. Djerejian, director of the Baker Institute, provided commentary and analysis during Bloomberg TV’s live coverage of Turkish President Recep Erdogan’s visit to the White House for a meeting with President Donald Trump on U.S.-Turkish relations, terrorism and the Syrian crisis. (...)
  • Making Houston a Hub for Innovation

    16 mai 2017
    Edward J. Egan, director of the McNair Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation, appeared on Houston Matters to discuss strategies for increasing innovation in Houston, particularly in attracting and supporting high-tech startups. “Economic growth in the U.S. right now is primarily driven by (...)
  • How Did Venezuela Go From So Rich To So Poor ?

    11 mai 2017
    Francisco J. Monaldi, fellow in Latin American energy policy, discusses the roots of Venezuela’s current financial crises, explaining how changes late Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez made to the national oil company, PDVSA, affected the country’s oil production output and long-term (...)
  • On Mexico, Trump’s Bark Has Been Worse Than His Bite

    10 mai 2017
    During his campaign, President Donald Trump made numerous pledges related to the United States' relationship with Mexico: to build a border wall between the two nations, to impose a tax on Mexican imports to pay for said wall and to withdraw from NAFTA, among others. While his rhetoric on the (...)
  • Conflict Resolution & U.S. Foreign Policy

    9 mai 2017

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