BPC’s National Security Project Director Blaise Misztal sat down with experts on Turkey, the Kurds, and the Middle East to discuss the implications of Turkey’s general election on its ongoing peace process with the Kurdistan Worker’s Party (PKK) and its policies on Syria and Iraq.
Since at least November 2014, Iran has been in violation of a key term of the interim agreement it entered into with the United States and other world powers, known as the Joint Plan of Action (JPOA). In June 2015, the New York Times picked up on this fact and published a story, earning fierce push back from the Obama administration, about how this noncompliance might complicate attempts to negotiate a final deal.
Welcome to What We’re Reading in Health & Housing. The Bipartisan Policy Center (BPC) launched a Health & Housing Task Force earlier this year. We are sharing some recently released publications, speeches and testimony we consider relevant to our work. The views expressed in these pieces do not necessarily represent the views of the task force, its co-chairs, members, advisors or BPC.
Sharing some recently released publications, speeches, and testimony relevant to infrastructure policy and finance. The view expressed in these articles do not necessarily represent the views of the initiative, its co-chairs, members, advisors or the Bipartisan Policy Center.
Here are the latest and greatest in financial regulation to take with you as you celebrate America’s 239th birthday. When you get back from your long weekend, we hope you can join us on July 9th, as BPC and Managed Funds Association celebrate Dodd-Frank’s 5th birthday with: Dodd-Frank at Five: Looking Back and Looking Ahead, featuring keynote remarks from Federal Reserve Board Governor Lael Brainerd.