What we know about Jewish people and the November election

As a professor who has been studying campaigns, elections, and the Jewish community for close to two decades now, it is important to note that as the 2020 election cycle winds down, it will take ....

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Tech policy hangovers: Unresolved challenges for the next administration

No matter who wins the election today, the next president will be faced with a series of challenging decisions in the nexus between digital technology, trade, and security. What follows are three of the “hangover” ....

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Five Questions with Presidential Candidate Jo Jorgensen

earlier this year the libertarian party nominated Clemson professor and former vice presidential candidate Jo Jorgensen to be there nominee for president of the United States. I had the opportunity to submit five questions for ....

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Short attention span campaigning

The Trump campaign just announced a policy agenda for his second term. It is notable for its brevity. In 467 words, the agenda lists goals ranging from eradicating COVID-19 and restoring economic growth to health ....

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What would a Biden-Harris win mean for American tech and innovation?

Suppose it’s 2024, and Vice President Kamala Harris is running to succeed President Joe Biden. What would tech and US tech policy look like after four years of Biden-Harris? Former Vice President Joe Biden and ....

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Biden played to his strengths at the convention

Our colleague Ramesh Ponnuru had a smart column on Bloomberg about Joe Biden’s convention speech yesterday. What motivates Biden, Ramesh said, and “what he thinks will win the contest in November — is character.” He ....

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