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  • If Trump is serious about addressing the Iranian ballistic missile threat, he should enhance multilateral missile defense cooperation with Gulf states

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    20 de junio de 2018, por Frank A. Rose
    In May, President Trump announced that the United States was withdrawing from the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) with Iran. One of the key reasons he cited was that the JCPOA did not address Iran’s continuing development and deployment of ballistic missiles. Many experts, including (...)
  • Could “mid-tech” jobs elevate more people and non-coastal places?

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    20 de junio de 2018, por Mark Muro, Jacob Whiton, Patrick McKenna
    Long before its current crises, tech had a reputation for elitism. Because they appeared inaccessible to people without a technical degree, the sector's high-paying jobs were assumed to exacerbate economic divides in regions, not narrow them. In fact, recent Metro Program research on the (...)
  • Spurring innovation and competition in the U.S. economy

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    20 de junio de 2018, por Brennan Hoban — U.S. Economy
    Over the last 200 years, the U.S. economy has grown from its pre-industrial roots to become the largest and most dynamic economy in the world. Much of that explosive economic growth came from America’s intrepid entrepreneurs and vigorous market competition. But according to recent data, the (...)
  • The start of a new poverty narrative

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    19 de junio de 2018, por Homi Kharas, Kristofer Hamel, Martin Hofer
    Last September, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation released its annual Goalkeeper’s report, highlighting the extraordinary progress made in reducing extreme poverty around the world, while also warning that sustaining this progress would not be easy. We now have the first actual data points (...)
  • Why accepting refugees is a win-win-win formula

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    19 de junio de 2018, por Dany Bahar — Global Economy
    This World Refugees Day, I want to challenge what seems to be the conventional wisdom regarding refugees. Not only are refugees not a burden, rather they are welfare-enhancing assets. Indeed, accepting, protecting, and empowering refugees is a win-win-win formula: for the refugees themselves, (...)
  • Refugees are a ‘win-win-win’ formula for economic development

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    19 de junio de 2018, por Dany Bahar — Global Economy
    This World Refugees Day, I want to challenge what seems to be the conventional wisdom regarding refugees. Not only are refugees not a burden, rather they are welfare-enhancing assets. Indeed, accepting, protecting, and empowering refugees is a win-win-win formula: for the refugees themselves, (...)
  • Meet the five urban Chinas

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    19 de junio de 2018, por Sifan Liu, Joseph Parilla — China
    Earlier this decade, Nobel Prize-winning economist Joseph Stiglitz proclaimed that two significant forces would shape global prosperity in the 21st century: U.S. technological innovation and urbanization in China. The latter’s relevance of course stems from China’s immense scale and how the (...)
  • The route school buses can take toward racial equity

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    19 de junio de 2018, por Andre M. Perry — Income Inequality & Social Mobility
    Kids go to school to get an education and increase their future job opportunities. But how they get to school is a crucial, underappreciated detail that can make a world of difference to the communities where schools are located. Earlier this month, Washington, D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser (...)
  • A voice at the table: Positioning African American youth voices at the center of education reform

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    19 de junio de 2018, por Meredith B.L. Anderson — Education
    Over the past few years, we have seen a proliferation of violence in schools across the country. However, the mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas in Parkland, Florida generated a student movement where youth voices were at the center of school safety and gun reform discussions. Over one (...)
  • SCOTUS as Lucy van Pelt: The court once again pulls the ball out from under hopeful reformers

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    19 de junio de 2018, por Thomas E. Mann — Courts & Law
    Hope springs eternal to Charlie Brown each fall as he approaches the football Lucy is teeing up for him to kick, knowing full well, if past is prologue, she will snatch it away at the last second. Political reformers bear a striking resemblance to the humiliated Charlie Brown in their dogged (...)

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