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Upcoming Events

Hudson Institute Film Festival
New York film festival featuring documentary films by Joel Gilbert, Michael Pack, and
Raphael Shore. Hosted by Herbert London.
May 31

Terrorists, Drug Traffickers, and Gangs in Latin America: Undermining Democracy
Discussion featuring Douglas Farah, Roy Godson, Matthew Levitt, and John Walters.
Introduction by Jaime Daremblum and moderated by Robert Pfaltzgraff.
June 9

Giving USA 2010: Who Gave, How Much, and To Whom in 2009?
Discussion featuring Ruth McCambridge, Tom Pollack, and Patrick Rooney.
Introduction by William Schambra and moderated by Stacy Palmer.
June 10

Tea Time: Can There Be a Populist Conservatism?
2010 Bradley Symposium featuring Richard Armey, Michael Barone, Jonah Goldberg, Rep. Mike
Pence, and Rep. Paul Ryan. Welcome address by Yuval Levin and moderated by William Kristol.
June 16

Past Events

Current Global Dynamics
Hudson New York event featured Henry Kissinger. Introduction by Herbert London.
May 26

Necessary Secrets: National Security, the Media, and the Rule of Law
Book discussion featured author Gabriel Schoenfeld, Steven Aftergood, and Benjamin Wittes.
Keynote address by Gen. Michael Hayden and moderated by Kenneth Weinstein.
May 25

The NPT Review Conference: Where Do We Stand?
Discussion featured Deepti Choubey, Christopher Ford, and Daryl Kimball.
Co-chaired by Joy Drucker and Richard Weitz.
May 24

Hudson Research & Commentary

Kenneth Weinstein, “Ayn Rand, Rand Paul, et le Tea Party,”
May 28

Diana Furchtgott-Roth, “The Awesome Naivete of Dodd’s Reform,”
May 27

Tevi Troy, “Don’t Expect Much from Kagan E-mails,” Politico
May 27

Ronald Radosh, “The Strange and Revealing Choice,” Pajamas Media
May 27

Lee Smith, “Jordan Rules,” Tablet Magazine
May 26

Herbert London, “Austrian Complacency and the Movement for Sharia,”
May 26

Jaime Daremblum, “Lula’s Folly,” Weekly Standard Online
May 25

John Lee, “Don’t Buy China’s Growth Mirage,” Business Spectator (Australia)
May 24

Irwin Stelzer, “Obama Helps Out Eurozone to Save U.S. Recovery,” Sunday Times (London)
May 23

New Publication

2010 Index of Global Philanthropy and Remittances, Hudson’s Center for Global Prosperity
April 2010
Press release available here.

New Books

Necessary Secrets: National Security, the Media, and the Rule of Law, by Gabriel Schoenfeld
Norton, May 2010
(Reviewed in the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, and the Washington Post.)

The Mind of Empire: China’s History and Modern Foreign Relations, by Christopher Ford
University Press of Kentucky, April 2010

Featured in the Media

WABC RadioAnn Marlowe interviewed on Afghanistan
May 27

Politics DailyHillel Fradkin quoted on Iran
May 26

Hope TVPaul Marshall on his book Blind Spot
May 26

Record Group of BrazilRichard Weitz on the crisis in Korea
May 26

Fox Business NewsCharles Horner interviewed on the U.S.-China summit
May 25

PoliticoGabriel Schoenfeld quoted on national security leaks
May 25 – Hudson book event for Necessary Secrets covered
May 35

Fox News RadioDiana Furchtgott-Roth on the BP oil spill
May 24

RFE/RLJaime Daremblum on Brazilian President Lula’s visit to Iran
May 24

Times Record (Texas) – John Fonte cited on immigration to the United States
May 23

WTOP RadioHerbert London on American politics
May 22

BBC World NewsIrwin Stelzer interviewed on the future of Europe
May 21

Philanthropy Journal2010 Index of Global Philanthropy and Remittances data cited
May 21

Commentary MagazineSeth Cropsey on the decline of U.S. naval dominance
May 19

Crosswalk.comNina Shea cited on Iraq’s Christians
May 19

Hudson YouTube Videos

Herbert London on the transition in Europe
May 27

Irwin Stelzer interviewed by Diana Furchtgott-Roth on the financial crisis in Europe
May 27

Irwin Stelzer interviewed by Diana Furchtgott-Roth on the Conservative coalition in Britain
May 27

Economic Report

Hudson Institute Economic Report
May 28



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