Week in Review – Vol. 1 No. 12

November 5, 2021  

  • Congressional Reform
  • Blog
Congressional Reform

Congressional Reform

This week, Kristine Simmons, Vice President of Government Affairs at the Partnership for Public Service shares the reality of the congressional appointment process in the  Congressional Reform Series.

Rights & Liberties

Sunwater scholar Joseph Kochanek covers Federalist 12 where Alexander Hamilton argued that the role of commerce as the economic base of the USA was good both for the wealth of the nation and for the government’s ability to raise revenues. 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

Choosing the Leader by Matthew N. Green & Douglas B. Harris

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