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Upcoming Events

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?
The 2010 Bradley Symposium featuring Richard Armey, Michael Barone, Jonah Goldberg, and
Rep. Mike Pence. Welcome address by Yuval Levin and moderated by William Kristol.
Promotional video: click here.
June 16

The Long View from Delhi: To Define the Indian Grand Strategy for Foreign Policy
Book discussion featuring co-author Raja Menon, Lisa Curtis, and Ashley Tellis.
Moderated by S. Enders Wimbush.
June 23

James H. Doolittle Prize Dinner
The 2010 James H. Doolittle Prize Dinner in New York City honoring Gen. David H. Petraeus.
For tickets and sponsorship levels, click here.
June 24

Past Events

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

Politics and Humor
Hudson New York event featured Ya’akov Kirschen.
June 3

Hudson Research & Commentary


Jaime Daremblum, “Evo Morales y su ‘Democracia,’” Asuntos Capitales (Mexico)
June 4

John Lee, “India’s Rise Helps Complement U.S. Interests,” The Australian
June 4

Ronald Radosh, “Two Liberal Journalists Who Simply Don’t Get It,” Pajamas Media
June 3

Anne Bayefsky, “U.S. Interferes with Israel’s Gaza Blockade,” Forbes.com
June 3

Diana Furchtgott-Roth, “Rising Minimum Wage, Rising Teen Unemployment,” Real Clear Markets
June 3

Eric Brown and =“text-decoration:>Ann Marlowe, “Strategy vs. Tactics in Afghanistan,” Wall Street Journal
June 2

Lee Smith, “Bad Moon Rising,” Tablet Magazine
June 2

Seth Cropsey, “Turkey Slouches Toward Iran,” Weekly Standard Online
June 1

Tevi Troy, “The Odd Couple Metric,” City Journal
June 1

Ronald Dworkin, “The Rise of the Caring Industry,” Policy Review
June 1

Irwin Stelzer, “Save the Euro, Cut Red Tape,” Wall Street Journal Europe
May 31

Herbert London, “The Europe Test,” Pajamas Media
May 29

New Publications


The New Players in the Mediterranean, by S. Enders Wimbush and Rajan Menon
May 2010


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


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

Featured in the Media


Fox News RadioHanns Kuttner on implementation of the health care bill
June 4

El Universal (Caracas) – Jaime Daremblum quoted on Venezuela and Iran
June 3

Fox News ChannelTevi Troy on the Obama administration
June 2

Small Business RadioHeidi Metcalf Little on global philanthropy and aid
June 2

KTTH Radio (Seattle) – Seth Cropsey interviewed on Turkey and Iran
June 2

Wall Street JournalDiana Furchtgott-Roth quoted on union pension plans
June 1

BBC World NewsIrwin Stelzer interviewed on the future of the euro currency
June 1

WAMC Radio (New York) – Herbert London interviewed on current events
May 31

Fox News ChannelGabriel Schoenfeld interviewed on his book, Necessary Secrets
May 29

Washington PostMichael Horowitz cited on the Doitchin Krasev case
May 29

Uzbekistan National TVRichard Weitz on the Shanghai Cooperation Organization
May 27

Economic Report


Hudson Institute Economic Report
June 4

2009 Annual Report


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