Daily Policy Digest
|Demystifying the Chinese Housing Boom
China's recent housing-price appreciation has been stronger than the recent U.S. housing bubble and similar to Japan's property boom in the 1980s...
|Medicine for What Ails Europe
The Greek debt crisis requires immediate fiscal solutions...
|Removal of Non-Tariff Barriers Will Benefit U.S. Small Businesses
There are opportunities for small- and medium-sized U.S. businesses in the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership...
|Iran Agreement: Deja Vu All Over Again
The lessons of Neville Chamberlain's failed diplomatic effort were not learned by President Barack Obama and Secretary of State John Kerry...
|Mexico's Big Energy Breakthrough
Major changes in Mexico's oil industry may change its economic future...
|The Effects of Economic Sanctions on Iranian Oil and Energy
Sanctions are crippling Iran's oil and energy sectors...
|Can Free Trade Agreements Help Solidify Emerging Democracies?
Free trade agreements help sustain democracies, according to a recent study...
|Can Infrastructure Investments Transform Sub-Saharan Africa's Economies?
Funding increases for infrastructure development have benefited many sub-Saharan African countries...
|Reassessing El Salvador’s Political Transparency
The government could have a more strict process of evaluating whether a country meets the democratic standards held by the United States...
|Come See Allen West TODAY - A Few Tickets Available On-Site!
Join us for lunch with Allen West, former Florida congressman and U.S. Army officer. Lt. Col. West will speak about his upbringing, his many years of military service, his time on Capitol Hill and, most importantly, today's current political climate. After being elected to office, West rose to popularity, known for his steadfast love of country and belief in the values of our founding. His new book, Guardian of the Republic, follows West as he grew from a young child raised in Atlanta to a decorated veteran, outspoken patriot and advocate for liberty. You won't want to miss his comments, so register today! Seating is limited.