Exploring Policy Solutions for the Northern Triangle Crisis

Exploring Policy Solutions for the Northern Triangle Crisis

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I’m Sarah Bermeo. I’m an associate professor of public policy and political science at the Sanford School at Duke University and the Associate Director of the Duke Center for International Development. We’re here today to host a workshop on the...

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“Government Is Unnecessary” (ft. Alan Watts)
When Governments Cut Spending

When Governments Cut Spending

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What history, and both recent history and the most distant past history tells us is that bringing your spending under control through budget cuts and stringency bears big dividends in the short term and the medium term. Obvious case is...

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Donetsk Creates an Independent Government: Russian Roulette
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How Government Works
North Korean Nuclear Threat: A Model Diplomacy Case Study
Does Government Have a Revenue or Spending Problem?

Does Government Have a Revenue or Spending Problem?

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People say that the government has a debt problem. But debt is an effect. The cause is deficits. Every time the government runs a deficit, the debt increases. If the debt is like the outstanding balance on the government’s credit...

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Thinking Biblically About the Economy, Government, and Your Money (Selected Scriptures)
Cyber Clash With China: A Model Diplomacy Case Study