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The Brookings Cafeteria

Oct 12, 2018

In the first episode of a special series on the 2018 midterm elections, Senior Fellow John Hudak describes some of the issues shaping the upcoming midterm elections and which common narratives around the elections are not supported by data.  

Also in this episode, David Wessel explains the Federal Reserve’s recent...


Oct 5, 2018

Nicol Turner Lee, a fellow in Governance Studies and the Center for Technology Innovation, discusses America’s digital divide and challenges for people with lower incomes to access high-speed broadband and data networks. Turner Lee also describes the research she is conducting for an upcoming book and a photo story...


Sep 28, 2018

Senior Fellows E.J. Dionne and Robert Kagan discuss America’s evolving but essential role in the liberal world order, the strength of democracy around the globe, and Kagan’s new book “The Jungle Grows Back.”

Also in this episode, Andre Perry describes some of the factors that affect black female candidates’...


Sep 21, 2018

Senior Fellow Jonathan Stromseth interviews Bilahari Kausikan, the former permanent secretary of Singapore’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs, on a range of current diplomatic and security issues in Southeast Asia, including Singapore’s role in the region, China’s rise, and the Trump administration’s approach to...


Sep 19, 2018

In a special edition of the Brookings Cafeteria podcast, Foreign Policy Vice President and Director Bruce Jones discusses his new report on the peace and security landscape around the world and previews the United Nations General Assembly in New York City.

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