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1. Roter Morgen [ - 2019]

Journal/Periodical
v. ; 44 cm.
Hoover Library, SAL3 (off-campus storage)
Book
xi, 226 pages ; 23 cm.
  • The domestic landscape / Michael J. Boskin
  • In brief : spending / George P. Shultz
  • Entitlements and the budget / John F. Cogan
  • A blueprint for tax reform / Michael J. Boskin
  • Transformational health care reform / Scott W. Atlas
  • Reforming regulation / Michael J. Boskin
  • National and international monetary reform / John B. Taylor
  • A blueprint for effective financial reform / John H. Cochrane
  • In brief : national human resources / George P. Shultz
  • Education and the nation's future / Eric A. Hanushek
  • Trade and immigration / John H. Cochrane
  • In brief : a world awash in change / George P. Shultz
  • Restoring our national security / James O. Ellis Jr., James N. Mattis, and Kori Schake
  • Redefining energy security / James O. Ellis Jr
  • Diplomacy in a time of transition / James E. Goodby
  • Closing note : the art and practice of governance / George P. Shultz.
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xviii, 326 pages : illustrations, charts ; 23 cm.
  • How can central banks deliver credible commitment and be "emergency institutions?" / Paul Tucker
  • Policy rule legislation in practice / David H. Papell, Alex Nikolsko-Rzhevskyy and Ruxandra Prodan
  • Goals versus rules as Central Bank performance measures / Carl E. Walsh
  • Institutional design : deliberations, decisions, and committee dynamics / Kevin M. Warsh
  • Some historical reflections on the governance of the Federal Reserve / Michael D. Bordo
  • Panel on independence, accountability, and transparency in central bank governance / Charles I. Plosser, George P. Shultz, and John C. Williams.
A central bank needs authority and a sphere of independent action. But a central bank cannot become an unelected Czar with sweeping, unaccountable discretionary power. How can we balance the central bank's authority and independence with needed accountability and constraints? Drawn from a 2015 Hoover Institution conference, this book features distinguished scholars and policy makers' discussing this and other key questions about the Fed. Going beyond the widely talked about decision of whether to raise interest rates, they focus on a deeper set of questions, including, among others, How should the Fed make decisions? How should the Fed govern its internal decision-making processes? What is the trade-off between greater Fed power and less Fed independence? And how should Congress, from which the Fed ultimately receives its authority, oversee the Fed? The contributors discuss whether central banks can both follow rule-based policy in normal times but then implement a discretionary do-what-it-takes approach to stopping financial crises. They evaluate legislation, recently proposed in the US House and Senate, that would require the Fed to describe its monetary policy rule and, if and when it changed or deviated from its rule, explain the reasons. And they discuss to best ways to structure a committee-like the Federal Open Market Committee, which sets interest rates-to make good decisions, as well as offer historical reflections on the governance of the Fed and much more.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780817919245 20160704
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xxii, 196 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm.
  • The policy context for energy efficiency
  • Energy efficiency is all around us
  • Energy efficiency and aggregate energy intensity in the United States : 1950 through 2014
  • Energy efficiency benefits : environment and security
  • Amplifying energy efficiency
  • Policy lessons from the past forty years.
The entire world, especially the United States, is in the midst of an energy revolution. Since the oil embargo of 1973, individuals, corporations, and other organizations have found ways to economically reduce energy use. In this book, Jim Sweeney examines the energy policies and practices of the past forty years and their impact on three crucial systems: the economy, the environment, and national security. He shows how energy-efficiency contributions to the country's overall energy situation have been more powerful than all the increases in the domestic production of oil, gas, coal, geothermal energy, nuclear power, solar power, wind power, and biofuels. The author details the impact of new and improved energy-efficient technologies, the environmental and national security benefits of energy efficiency, ways to amplify energy efficiency, and more. Energy Efficiency: Building a Clean, Secure Economy reveals how the careful nurturing of private- and public-sector energy efficiency-along with public awareness, appropriate pricing, appropriate policies--and increased research and development, the trends of decreasing energy intensity and increasing energy efficiency can be beneficially accelerated.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780817919542 20160718
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xi, 194 pages ; 24 cm.
  • America's early unconventional ventures
  • World War II and after : the catalysts for cloak and daggers
  • Specialized soldiering and operatives in the Vietnam War
  • Emergence of a new security architecture
  • Sept. 11th and the melding of special ops and field officers
  • The SOF-CIA fusion in two theaters
  • SOF-CIA : the present and the future.
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53 pages ; 28 cm
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479 pages, 12 unnumbered pages of plates : colored illustrations ; 22 cm
  • Chast 1. Pochemu i kak byla razrushena moi͡a rodina
  • Ukraina
  • Chast 2. Krovavyĭ maĭdan na Ukraine
  • prestuplenie veka
  • Chast 3. Ot okhoty na prezidenta k genot͡sidnoĭ terroristicheskoĭ voĭne na Ukraine
  • Chast 4. Anatomii͡a maĭdana kak podryvnoĭ tekhnologii
  • Chast 5. My dolz͡hny pobedit v voĭne ideĭ
  • Часть 1. Почему и как была разрушена моя родина
  • Украина
  • Часть 2. Кровавый майдан на Украине
  • преступление века
  • Часть 3. От охоты на президента к геноцидной террористической войне на Украине
  • Часть 4. Анатомия майдана как подрывной технологии
  • Часть 5. Мы должны победить в войне идей
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xix, 155 pages, [12] leaves of plates : illustrations ; 24 cm.
  • Durable lessons
  • Laboring in the fields
  • In the arena : the Nixon cabinet
  • Schooled in business at Bechtel
  • Back in the arena : the Reagan years
  • Transitions.
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95 pages ; 21 cm
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xxi, 280 pages : map, illustrations ; 24 cm.
What was life in the Soviet Union really like? Through a series of true stories, One Day We Will Live Without Fear describes what people's day-to-day life was like under the regime of the Soviet police state. Drawing on events from the 1930s through the 1970s, Mark Harrison shows how, by accident or design, people became entangled in the workings of Soviet rule. The author outlines the seven principles on which that police state operated during its history, from the Bolshevik revolution of 1917 to the collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991, and illustrates them throughout the book. Well-known people appear in the stories, but the central characters are those who will have been remembered only within their families: a budding artist, an engineer, a pensioner, a government office worker, a teacher, a group of tourists. Those tales, based on historical records, shine a light on the many tragic, funny, and bizarre aspects of Soviet life.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780817919146 20160619
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317 pages : illustrations ; 21 cm
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469 pages : illustrations ; 21 cm.
  • Za chto budut voevatʹ v XXI veke
  • Destabilizirui͡ushchie faktory mirovoĭ politiki
  • Chto denʹ gri͡adushchiĭ nam gotovit?
  • Zavtra voĭna?
  • "Bolʹshai͡a voĭna"--globalʹnyĭ vyzov Rossii
  • Chto delatʹ?
  • I͡Adernoe oruzhie i bezopasnostʹ Rossii v XXI veke
  • Chto delatʹ Rossii, chtoby ne raspastʹsi͡a, kak Sovetskomu Soi͡uzu?
  • Vmesto zakli͡uchenii͡a : "Vektor Rossii."
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vi, 49 pages ; 23 cm
  • Preface
  • Executive summary
  • Introduction
  • Three major challenges: China, unconventional threats, Russia
  • Conclusion.
The United States is exceptionally secure. Many Americans, however, do not feel secure. This anxiety stems from the fact that the United States faces several long-term threats that may or may not emerge. America must have a national security strategy that acknowledges this uncertainty and hedges as well as engages, acknowledging that resources are not limitless. Three orienting priciples should guide the national secutity strategy of the next president. -- Back cover.
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ix, 121 pages : color illustrations ; 24 cm.
  • Introduction
  • US health care today: setting the record straight
  • Reform #1: expand affordable private insurance
  • Reform #2: establish and liberalize universal health savings accounts
  • Reform #3: instill appropriate incentives with rational tax treatment of health spending
  • Reform #4: modernize Medicare for the twenty-first century
  • Reform #5: overhaul Medicaid and eliminate the two-tiered system for poor Americans
  • Reform #6: strategically enhance the supply of medical care while ensuring innovation
  • Conclusion
  • Key questions and answers on the Atlas plan.
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190 pages ; 21 cm.
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283 pages ; 21 cm
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64 pages ' : illustrations ; 30 cm
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445 pages : illustrations, portraits ; 22 cm.
  • Krestnyĭ putʹ Novorossii / I͡U.I͡U. Evich (I͡Urich)
  • Khronika odnogo goda / L.V. Grishina (Angel).
  • Крестный путь Новороссии / Ю.Ю. Евич (Юрич)
  • Хроника одного года / Л.В. Гришина (Ангел).
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viii, 351 pages ; 24 cm.
  • A great divergence? / Kori Schake and Jim Mattis
  • Civil-military paradoxes / Rosa Brooks
  • Is civilian control of the military still an issue? / Mackubin Thomas Owens
  • Thanks for your service : civilian and veteran attitudes after fifteen years of war / Jim Golby, Lindsay P. Cohn, and Peter D. Feaver
  • Public opinion, military justice, and the fight against terrorism overseas / Benjamin Wittes and Cody Poplin
  • Public opinion and the making of wartime strategies / Nadia Schadlow
  • Testing the "Flournoy hypothesis" : civil-military relations in the post-9/11 era / Thomas Donnelly
  • The "very liberal" view of the US military / Tod Lindberg
  • Young person's game : connecting with millennials / Matthew Colford and Alec J. Sugarman
  • A model for connecting civilians and the military / Jim Hake
  • Ensuring a civil-military connection / Kori Schake and Jim Mattis.
A diverse group of contributors offer different perspectives on whether or not the different experiences of our military and the broader society amounts to a "gap"-and if the American public is losing connection to its military. They analyze extensive polling information to identify those gaps between civilian and military attitudes on issues central to the military profession and the professionalism of our military, determine which if any of these gaps are problematic for sustaining the traditionally strong bonds between the American military and its broader public, analyze whether any problematic gaps are amenable to remediation by policy means, and assess potential solutions. The contributors also explore public disengagement and the effect of high levels of public support for the military combined with very low levels of trust in elected political leaders-both recurring themes in their research. And they reflect on whether American society is becoming so divorced from the requirements for success on the battlefield that not only will we fail to comprehend our military, but we also will be unwilling to endure a military so constituted to protect us.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780817919344 20160725
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64 pages : 1 portrait ; 28 cm
  • Introduction
  • Executive summary
  • Final Seminar report
  • Profiles of seminar participants
  • Seminar program and questions
  • In memoriam: Miljenko Deeta.
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