Week in Review – Vol. 1 No. 11

October 29, 2021  

  • Congressional Reform
  • Blog
Congressional Reform

Congressional Reform

This week, Dr. Timothy Persons reflects on Congress’s understanding of technology in parts One and Two of the Congressional Reform Series. Persons discusses the OTA and its newest incarnation under his leadership. Persons is Chief Scientist and a Managing Director at GAO.

Rights & Liberties

Sunwater scholar Joseph Kochanek covers Federalist 11 where Alexander Hamilton asserted the US needed a federal navy to be a significant commercial power. The Federalist Papers Podcast discusses the founders thinking and how their vision and debates relate to the present day.

Property, Markets, Trade

Property, Markets, Trade

Sunwater Institute’s scholar, Ani Harutyunyan, co-authored an article published in SpringerThe European Union as an International Donor: Perceptions from Latin America and the Caribbean. The analysis finds that Nordic countries outrank the EU in terms of both perceived influence and helpfulness in Latin America and the Caribbean.

Sunwater’s Good Read

Legislative Style by William Bernhard and Tracy Sulkin

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