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Feb 20 2019 | Stanford News
The Hoover Institution’s Washington office offers a place for policymakers and political scientists to ask big-picture questions. BY MELISSA DE WITTE When policymakers in Washington D.C. want an outsider perspective on a problem, they don’t need to leave the nation’s capital to get a 10,000-foot...
Feb 15 2019 | Stanford News
High-tide flooding resulting from climate change is already disrupting the economy of Annapolis, Maryland. As sea levels rise, the impacts are expected to get worse for coastal communities. BY DEVON RYAN Impacts from climate change are not always easy to see. But for many local businesses in...
As the price of health care in the United States continues to accelerate — to the consternation of both patients and providers — it’s refreshing to find one state pilot project that appears to prove that implementing mandatory price controls can actually work. Some states are keen to adopt...
Feb 1 2019 | Stanford News
U.S. suspension of the INF Treaty – the first step toward withdrawing from the 1987 arms control agreement – allows Russia to develop and deploy missiles that can travel between 3,000–5,500 kilometers, according to a Stanford scholar with diplomatic experience in the region. While the U.S. is also...

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