The United States needs a financial regulatory system that is both effective and efficient, and one that will not be a significant contributor to the next crisis
The demand for long-term care will substantially outpace the rate of growth in the U.S. economy over the next decade
Turkey's government has undertaken a legislative campaign to vastly increase the state’s power and insulate it from accountability
American policymakers should squarely face the challenges confronting Turkey, as well as their implications for greater U.S.-Turkish cooperation
The March 30 local elections will be Turkish voters’ first opportunity to respond to recent political turbulence
Cyber threats to North America’s electric grid are growing, making electric grid cybersecurity an increasingly important national and international issue. The Federal Bureau of Investigation recently noted that cyber attacks are eclipsing terrorism as the primary threat facing the United States.
The federal government, working in partnership with various state and local bodies, operates 47 different workforce development programs with a budget of more than $18 billion annually. They are intended to provide the education and job training that will help individual Americans access good jobs. But the complexity and lack of coordination in this fragmented system wastes taxpayer dollars and diminishes the effort’s effectiveness.