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New Report: "Realizing the Strategic National Value of our Trade, Tourism and Ports of Entry with Mexico"Kristian Ramos | May 8
NPI's "21st Century Border Initiative" released a new report today which makes recommendations on how to realize the extraordinary value of the deepening economic relationship between the US and Mexico.
Chris Bowman | May 15
NDN Fellows Hais/Winograd released their latest at an evening event here at NDN's offices. We were joined by Nat Journal's Ron Brownstein to discuss Millennials and the future of American politics.
Robert J. Shapiro | May 15
In his latest blog, Dr. Shapiro shows why certain advanced countries with shrinking labor forces, a number of oil-rich Middle Eastern countries, and numerous tax havens have all become relatively more powerful magnets for immigrants than the United States.
Chris Bowman | 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.
Simon Rosenberg // Wed, May 15
Some thoughts about a compelling new proposal to modernize the US Postal Service for a new day.
Kristian Ramos // Wed, May 15
Chris Bowman // Thu, May 2
This post features the text released by the White house on Simon's recent meeting with the President, Vice President, and other Latino leaders on immigration and border reform.
Brad Bosserman // Fri, April 26
Shelly, who served as the Director of the Global Entrepreneurship program at the US Department of State, spoke about how the program has grown over the last two years to be active in nearly 150 countries.
Robert J. Shapiro // Thu, April 25
In his new blog, Dr. Robert Shapiro, former Under Secretary of Commerce for Economic Affairs and architect of Bill Clinton's 1992 economic program, shows how those problems have stripped the current conservative case for austerity of any economic rationale.
John Grant // Wed, April 24
A simple tweak of the tax code could unleash an enormous amount of new capital for clean energy projects.
Chris Bowman // Thu, April 18
A quick analysis on how the undemocratic nature of the Upper Chamber factored in the debate to curb gun violence.
John Grant // Wed, April 17
Everyone agrees that our aging infrastructure is a problem, but what are the solutions? Look to the innovative work taking place on the state and regional level.