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Emma Buckhout | Dec 12
As the immigration reform debate continues in the House and across the nation, team NDN/NPI offers up its most relevant background materials, and key press clips, updated daily.
Simon Rosenberg | Nov 6
The 2014 landscape, and perhaps the landscape for the rest of the Obama Presidency, will be determined by how well the President Obama’s very ambitious agenda fares in the months ahead.
Emma Buckhout | Nov 25
NDN and the New Policy Institute were honored to welcome Alan Bersin, Assistant Secretary of International Affairs and Chief Diplomatic Officer at the US Department of Homeland Security (DHS), to discuss the deepening and vital US-Mexico bilateral relationship.
President Obama deserves at least two cheers for his recent economic address.
Brad Bosserman // Mon, November 18
Ahead of the King's visit to Washington, I explore the path ahead for the North African country seeking to become a platform for investment in greater Africa.
Robert J. Shapiro // Thu, November 14
Serious tax reform, says Shapiro, chairman of Sonecon, will always be a long shot unless the parties can agree on how to pay for it and what to do about all the businesses that aren’t subject to it.
Emma Buckhout // Thu, November 14
NDN thanks Representatives Joe Garcia (D-FL), Jeff Denham (R-CA), and Steven Horsford (D-NV), as well as TV host and reporter Fernando Espuelas for joining us today for a discussion of immigration reform.
Simon Rosenberg // Mon, October 28
One of the main reasons significant progress on immigration is still possible in coming months is the long history of Republican leadership and support of the issue.
Andres Chong-Qui // Mon, October 21
Mike and Morley argue that today’s treasures may be found in cities like El Dorado, Arkansas, for example, that have successfully linked their economic development strategy to improving the educational attainment of their residents.
Brad Bosserman // Mon, September 30
NDN's MENA Initiative hosted an online webcast to discuss President Obama’s post-UNGA Middle East strategy in light of developments with Iran and recent events in Syria and Egypt.
Chris Bowman // Thu, May 23
In 2014, if the Democrats are able to maintain their ground game advantage and build enthusiasm among their larger base of supporters they should be able to hold their own in the Senate and at least cut into the Republicans' gerrymandered advantage in the House.
Chris Bowman // Mon, May 20
If you missed our event today about modernizing the US Postal Service with George Gould and John Nolan, feel free to review the video of the thoughtful discussion.