“If you want the money, show me the evidence,” is how Senior Fellow Ron Haskins explained the Obama administration’s evidence-based approach to distributing federal funds to states for social programs. The remarks came during an event today to launch Haskins’ new book, co-authored with Greg Margolis, Show Me the Evidence: Obama’s Fight for Rigor and Results in Social Policy (Brookings Institution Press, 2014). Haskins, the Cabot Family Chair and co-director of both the Center on Children and Fam
Early in my career as a Syrian diplomat, I learned to respect the strategic planning of the Assads. One clear memory is from 2007, during a visit from Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al Maliki. I remember sitting behind a two-way mirror in a room...
(London) - The new UK Counterterrorism and Security Bill includes far-reaching measures that could curb free movement, family life, free expression, and risks alienating specific communities, Human Rights Watch said today.
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The whole world is now a third world country. Arbitrary detention, no civil rights, travel bans no court order required to suspend somebody's rights...
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