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The Computer Magazine Archives
Aug 1, 2005
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Folksoundomy: Music and Music Albums
Aug 19, 2005 Rumored High Speed Rail Hub
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I have dog balls. look. IDM, Ambient, Avant Garde, Experimental Electronic Folk Music. Take Pills Die Records. Quit Your Job And Get A Life! http://takepills.org
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Topics: Acid, Techno, Minimalism, IDM, Melodic IDM, Downtempo, Atmospheric, Ambient, Experimental, Drone,...
Folkscanomy: Fringe and Off-Center
Dec 15, 2005
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Political Music & Talk: 9/11 Truth, Anti-War, Anti-NWO, Anti-Globalist, Pro-Freedom. Over 800 music, news and interview files being broadcast 24/7 on three different servers with similar but different content (not streaming the same files simultaneously)so you can easily switch back and forth.
The Magazine Rack
Sep 19, 2006 Al Hotchkiss
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Starfleet to scoutship, please give your position, Over. I'm in orbit around the third planet from the star called the sun. Over. You mean its The Jazz-Pill-Flight-Manual Café? Over. Positive. It is known to have some form of intelligent species. Over. I think we should take a look. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ In Times Of Trouble Take One Or Two Jazz-Pills. Outtakes from the forthcoming release "Jazz Pill Flight Manual" By Al...
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Topic: Psychedelic,Folk,Country,Blues,Trippy,L.S.D.,Kerouac,Beat poetry,60's,70's,Psychedelia,Surf,
Folkscanomy: Fringe and Off-Center
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JOHN McMURTRY: WHY THE FACTS OF 9-11 ARE SUPPRESSED Understanding the ruling group-mind behind the war without end: In response to the extreme pressures of forcing reality to conform to manufactured delusions, the group and its members become increasingly submerged within a pre-conscious field of hysteria, denials and projections. In the case of 9-11 and the 9-11 Wars, the shadow subject of the ruling group-mind and its executive vector propelled two war criminal invasions of other societies...
Topics: McMurtry, 911, 9/11
Folkscanomy: Fringe and Off-Center
May 22, 2007 Vancouver 9/11 Truth Society
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David Ray Griffin Answers Critics of the 9/11 Truth Movement The purpose of Dr. Griffin’s talk is to introduce his new book, “Debunking 9/11 Debunking: An Answer to Popular Mechanics and Other Defenders of the Official Conspiracy Theory”, due out in May, 2007. The defenders of the official 9/11 conspiracy theory have reacted to a May 2006 Zogby Poll which showed that 42% of Americans reject the official theory, and have responded by producing a variety of publications designed to debunk...
Topic: David Ray Griffin, Debunking, 9/11, Truth, Vancouver, BC
Folkscanomy: Fringe and Off-Center
Jun 1, 2007 Raymond Geisler
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Raymond Geisler's "Unbought and Unbossed" - Canadian Political News and Views (May 30th, 2007). This is an independent voice dedicated to discussing the political and social issues relevant to Canadian citizens. It is a 9/11 Truth friendly show and demands answers, accountability and action from our political leaders. This week's show: A look at the upcoming Vancouver 9/11 Truth Conference in Vancouver, BC featuring an interview with one of the organizers, and an on-air 'call in'...
Topics: 9/11 Truth, Canada, Canadian, Radio Show, anti-war, anti-NAU, anti-SPP
Source: http://unbossed.livejournal.com
Folkscanomy: Fringe and Off-Center
Jun 7, 2007 Raymond Geisler
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Raymond Geisler's "Unbought and Unbossed" - Canadian Political News and Views (June 6th, 2007). This is an independent voice dedicated to discussing the political and social issues relevant to Canadian citizens. It is a 9/11 Truth friendly show and demands answers, accountability and action from our political leaders. This week's episode features an interview with Scientist and Depeleted Uranuim Whistleblower Leuren Moret, speaking on her latest revelations about DU and radiation...
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Topics: Leuren Moret, Depleted Uranium, DU, 9/11 Truth, Canada, Canadian, Radio Show
Folkscanomy: Fringe and Off-Center
Jun 7, 2007 Raymond Geisler
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Raymond Geisler's "Unbought and Unbossed" - Canadian Political News and Views (June 6th, 2007). This is an independent voice dedicated to discussing the political and social issues relevant to Canadian citizens. It is a 9/11 Truth friendly show and demands answers, accountability and action from our political leaders. This week's episode features an interview with Scientist and Depeleted Uranuim Whistleblower Leuren Moret, speaking on her latest revelations about DU and radiation...
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Topics: Leuren Moret, Depleted Uranium, DU, 9/11 Truth, Canada, Canadian, Radio Show
Folkscanomy: Fringe and Off-Center
Jul 5, 2007 Chris Cook (Gorrilla Radio on CFUV FM, Victoria BC)
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The Leader of the Canadian Action Party, Ms. Connie Fogal discusses the relevance of 9/11 to Canada and the need for a new 9/11 investigation to end Canada's involvement in the war in Afghanistan. She also adddresses the New World Order, the SPP, 'No Fly' Lists and restoring the constitution and our democracy, etc and dares to say what the 'bought and paid' for parties do not. See Canadian Action Party's website at: www.canadianactionparty.ca
Topics: Connie Fogal, 9/11, Canada, War, Afghanistan, SPP
Source: Gorilla Radio
Folkscanomy: Fringe and Off-Center
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Alex Jones interviews Dr. Coffman and they discuss his new documentary film entitled 'Global Warming or Global Governance?' which exposes the fraud of 'man made' global warming and the truth about U.N. Agenda 21.
Topics: Alex Jones, Michael Coffman, global warming, agenda 21, fraud
Gerard Arthus - Books and Items
Oct 10, 2007
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Solo Piano Recordings of Karl Westerberg, including (so far) works by Brahms, Clementi, Mozart, Satie, Schubert, and Tcherepnin (added 2/9/08).
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Topics: classical music, piano, Karl Westerberg
Peterson Institute for International Economics Archive
Nov 2, 2007 Peterson Institute for International Economics
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Peterson Institute senior fellows Michael Mussa, Douglas Holtz-Eakin, and Adam S. Posen discuss the international economic outlook for the rest of 2007 and for 2008 at the Institute's twelfth semiannual Global Economic Prospects meeting, October 10, 2007.
Topics: global economy, economic forecast
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Nov 16, 2007 Peterson Institute for International Economics
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Marcus Noland discussed the economic situation in the Middle East and presented his findings from his coauthored book The Arab Economies in a Changing World at a meeting held at the InfoShop at the World Bank on November 12, 2007. The tragic events of 9/11 and the subsequent war in Iraq have focused international attention on a nexus of problems involving economic underperformance, problematic internal politics, and externalization of domestic dissent in the Muslim world. In their book, Noland...
Topics: Middle East, Arab, international economics, Noland, Peterson Institute
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Nov 20, 2007 Peterson Institute for International Economics
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The Peterson Institute released the latest book by senior fellow Anders Åslund, Russia’s Capitalist Revolution: Why Market Reform Succeeded and Democracy Failed, at a meeting on November 19, 2007. Author Åslund presented the major conclusions from his book and was joined in discussion by well-known Russian historian and Harvard Professor Richard Pipes and Andrei N. Illarionov, former economic adviser to President Vladimir Putin. Anders Åslund joined the Institute in January 2006 after...
Topics: Russia, capitalism, Aslund, market reform, democracy
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Nov 20, 2007 Peterson Institute for International Economics
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Anders Aslund speaks at the November 19, 2007, release of his book, Russia's Capitalist Revolution. Other speakers at the event were Richard Pipes, Harvard University, and Andrei N. Illarionov, former economic adviser to President Putin.
Topics: Anders Aslund, Russia, capitalism, market reform, democracy
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Nov 20, 2007 Peterson Institute for International Economics
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Richard Pipes, Harvard University, speaks at the Peterson Institute, November 19, 2007, to discuss the new book, Russia's Capitalist Revolution, written by Peterson Institute senior fellow Anders Aslund. Other speakers at the event were Andrei N. Illarionov, former economic adviser to President Putin, and Anders Aslund.
Topics: Richard Pipes, Peterson Institute, Russia, capitalism, market reform, economics, Aslund
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Nov 20, 2007 Peterson Institute for International Economics
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Andrei N. Illarionov, former economic adviser to President Putin, speaks at the Peterson Institute, November 19, 2007, to discuss the new book, Russia's Capitalist Revolution, written by Peterson Institute senior fellow Anders Aslund. Other speakers at the event were Richard Pipes, Harvard University, and Anders Aslund.
Topics: Andrei Illarionov, Aslund, Peterson Institute, Russia, Putin, economics, market reform, democracy,...
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Nov 20, 2007 Peterson Institute for International Economics
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The Peterson Institute released the latest book by senior fellow Anders Aslund, Russia?s Capitalist Revolution: Why Market Reform Succeeded and Democracy Failed, at a meeting on November 19, 2007. Author Aslund presented the major conclusions from his book and was joined in discussion by well-known Russian historian and Harvard Professor Richard Pipes and Andrei N. Illarionov, former economic adviser to President Vladimir Putin. Anders Aslund joined the Institute in January 2006 after spending...
Topics: Russia, Anders Aslund, Peterson Institute, economics, market reform, capitalist revolution,...
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Nov 20, 2007 Peterson Institute for International Economics
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Anders Aslund speaks at the November 19, 2007, release of his book, Russia's Capitalist Revolution. Other speakers at the event were Richard Pipes, Harvard University, and Andrei N. Illarionov, former economic adviser to President Putin.
Topics: Anders Aslund, Russia, Peterson Institute, economics, capitalist revolution, market reform,...
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Nov 20, 2007 Peterson Institute for International Economics
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Richard Pipes, Harvard University, speaks at the Peterson Institute, November 19, 2007, to discuss the new book, Russia's Capitalist Revolution, written by Peterson Institute senior fellow Anders Aslund. Other speakers at the event were Andrei N. Illarionov, former economic adviser to President Putin, and Anders Aslund.
Topics: Richard Pipes, Peterson Institute, Anders Aslund, economics, Russia, Putin, capitalist revolution,...
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Nov 20, 2007 Peterson Institute for International Economics
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Andrei N. Illarionov, former economic adviser to President Putin, speaks at the Peterson Institute, November 19, 2007, to discuss the new book, Russia's Capitalist Revolution, written by Peterson Institute senior fellow Anders Aslund. Other speakers at the event were Richard Pipes, Harvard University, and Anders Aslund.
Topics: Andrei Illarionov, Putin, Anders Aslund, Russia, Peterson Institute, economics, capitalist...
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Nov 30, 2007 Peterson Institute for International Economics
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Wendy Cutler, assistant US Trade Representative for Japan, Korea, and APEC Affairs, delivered the keynote address at the conference New Asia-Pacific Trade Initiatives sponsored by the Peterson Institute and the Japan Economic Foundation on November 27, 2007, at the Peterson Institute in Washington, DC. The conference addressed three major topics: the current status of bilateral and regional negotiations throughout the Asia-Pacific, the prospects for a new free trade agreement between the United...
Topics: Peterson Institute, Wendy Cutler, APEC, Japan, Korea, free trade agreement, Korean-US Free Trade...
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Dec 12, 2007 Peterson Institute for International Economics
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The Peterson Institute hosted a meeting to discuss the outlook for world energy prices, and the influence of current US Strategic Petroleum Reserve (SPR) policies on them, on December 12, 2007. Visiting Fellow Philip Verleger, whose predictions have been uncannily accurate in the past, presented his predictions on a coming rise to sustained triple-digit oil prices and how “mismanagement of the SPR” is accelerating that increase. Dr. Verleger believes that central banks, including the...
Topics: energy, energy prices, oil prices, crude oil, Verleger, Peterson Institute, Institute for...
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Dec 13, 2007 Peterson Institute for International Economics
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The Peterson Institute hosted a meeting to discuss the outlook for world energy prices, and the influence of current US Strategic Petroleum Reserve (SPR) policies on them, on December 12, 2007. Visiting Fellow Philip Verleger, whose predictions have been uncannily accurate in the past, presented his predictions on a coming rise to sustained triple-digit oil prices and how “mismanagement of the SPR” is accelerating that increase. Dr. Verleger believes that central banks, including the...
Topics: energy, oil, oil prices, energy prices, Verleger, Peterson Institute, Institute for International...
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Dec 14, 2007 Peterson Institute for International Economics
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The Peterson Institute and the InfoShop at the World Bank held a discussion meeting at which William R. Cline discussed his conclusions in his latest book, Global Warming and Agriculture: Impact Estimates by Country. William Cline asserts that developing countries have more at risk than industrial countries as global warming worsens. Using general circulation and agricultural impact models, Cline boldly examines 2070–99 to forecast the effects of global warming and its economic impact. This...
Topics: William Cline, global warming, agriculture, developing world, Peterson Institute, Institute for...
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Dec 21, 2007 Peterson Institute for International Economics
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Listen to author William R. Cline's discuss his recent book, Global Warming and Agriculture: Impact Estimates by Country, at a meeting at the World Bank. Cline asserts that developing countries have more at risk than industrial countries as global warming worsens. Using general circulation and agricultural impact models, Cline boldly examines 2070-99 to forecast the effects of global warming and its economic impact. This detailed study outlines existing studies on the agricultural impact of...
Topics: global warming, William Cline, Peterson Institute, Institute for International Economics,...
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Jan 8, 2008 Peterson Institute for International Economics
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Anders Aslund, senior fellow at the Peterson Institute, presented the major conclusions of his latest book, Russia's Capitalist Revolution, on January 9, 2008, at the InfoShop at the World Bank. The Russian revolution, collapse of the Soviet Union, and Russia's ensuing transformation belong to the greatest dramas of our time. Revolutions are usually messy and emotional affairs, challenging much of the conventional wisdom, and Russia's experience is no exception. This book focuses on the...
Topics: Aslund, Russia, Putin, democracy, capitalism, transition economies, Peterson Institute, Institute...
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Jan 10, 2008 Peterson Institute for International Economics
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The Peterson Institute and the InfoShop at the World Bank held a discussion meeting at which Anders Aslund presented the conclusions in his latest book, Russia's Capitalist Revolution: Why Market Reform Succeeded and Democracy Failed. Joining him in the discussion from the World Bank were Branko Milanovi and Pradeep Mitra. The Russian revolution, collapse of the Soviet Union, and Russia's ensuing transformation belong to the greatest dramas of our time. Revolutions are usually messy and...
Topics: Anders Aslund, Russia, Putin, capitalism, Peterson Institute, Institute for International...
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Jan 30, 2008 Peterson Institute for International Economics
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Senator Max Baucus, Chairman of the Senate Finance Committee, announced at an Institute event on January 30, 2008, that a Trade Adjustment Assistance (TAA) program is his top trade policy priority, and until an expanded and reauthorized TAA is passed other issues on the trade agenda like pending free trade agreements with Colombia, South Korea, and Panama must take a "back seat." TAA is the program that helps workers adversely affected by increased imports and offshoring. Senator...
Topics: trade adjustment assistance, TAA, offshoring, Max Baucus, Alan Blinder, globalization, trade and...
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Jan 31, 2008 Peterson Institute for International Economics
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Senator Max Baucus, Chairman of the Senate Finance Committee, announced at an Institute event on January 30, 2008, that a Trade Adjustment Assistance (TAA) program is his top trade policy priority, and until an expanded and reauthorized TAA is passed other issues on the trade agenda like pending free trade agreements with Colombia, South Korea, and Panama must take a "back seat." Senator Baucus' remarks were followed by a panel discussion, beginning with Princeton University Professor...
Topics: trade adjustment assistance, TAA, J. Bradford Jensen, Peterson Institute for International...
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Jan 31, 2008 Peterson Institute for International Economics
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Senator Max Baucus, Chairman of the Senate Finance Committee, announced at an Institute event on January 30, 2008, that a Trade Adjustment Assistance (TAA) program is his top trade policy priority, and until an expanded and reauthorized TAA is passed other issues on the trade agenda like pending free trade agreements with Colombia, South Korea, and Panama must take a "back seat." Senator Baucus' remarks were followed by a panel discussion, beginning with Princeton University Professor...
Topics: Senator Max Baucus, Chairman of the Senate Finance Committee, announced at an Institute event on...
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Jan 31, 2008 Peterson Institute for International Economics
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Senator Max Baucus, Chairman of the Senate Finance Committee, announced at an Institute event on January 30, 2008, that a Trade Adjustment Assistance (TAA) program is his top trade policy priority, and until an expanded and reauthorized TAA is passed other issues on the trade agenda like pending free trade agreements with Colombia, South Korea, and Panama must take a "back seat." Senator Baucus' remarks were followed by a panel discussion, beginning with Princeton University Professor...
Topics: trade adjustment assistance, TAA, Alan Blinder, Peterson Institute for International Economics,...
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Feb 8, 2008 Peterson Institute for International Economics
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The Institute released Blue Collar Blues: Is Trade to Blame for Rising US Income Inequality?, a major new study that examines the relationship between trade and US income inequality, on February 7, 2008. Author Robert Z. Lawrence presented his research on this important issue in the current debate over globalization. Lawrence finds that trade plays a minor role in creating income inequality, which suggests any policy focused narrowly on trade to deal with wage inequality and job loss is likely...
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Topics: blue-collar workers, trade, income inequality, globalization, Robert Lawrence, Peterson Institute
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Feb 13, 2008 Peterson Institute for International Economics
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Current USTR Ambassador Susan Schwab delivered the luncheon address at the Eighth Annual Former US Trade Representative Seminar held at the Peterson Institute for International Economics, February 13, 2008.
Topics: Susan Schwab, US Trade Representative, USTR, Peterson Institute, Institute for International...
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Feb 13, 2008 Peterson Institute for International Economics
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Current USTR Ambassador Susan Schwab answers audience questions after her luncheon address at the Eighth Annual Former US Trade Representative Seminar held at the Peterson Institute for International Economics, February 13, 2008.
Topics: Susan Schwab, US Trade Representative, USTR, Peterson Institute, Institute for International...
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Feb 14, 2008 Peterson Institute for International Economics
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Clayton Yeutter spoke on the topic of "Consumer Protection and International Regulatory Cooperation" at the Eighth Annual Former US Trade Representative Seminar held at the Peterson Institute for International Economics, February 13, 2008. A question and answer session with five other former USTRs and the audience follows. Other USTRs at the event were Carla Hills, Charlene Barshefsky, Mickey Kantor, Porbert Portman, and William Brock III. Current USTR Ambassador Susan Schwab...
Topics: Clayton Yeutter, US Trade Representative, USTR, Peterson Institute, Institute for International...
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Feb 14, 2008 Peterson Institute for International Economics
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Carla Hills spoke on the topic of "Consumer Protection and International Regulatory Cooperation" at the Eighth Annual Former US Trade Representative Seminar held at the Peterson Institute for International Economics, February 13, 2008. A question and answer session with five other former USTRs and the audience follows. Other USTRs at the event were Clayton Yeutter, Charlene Barshefsky, Mickey Kantor, Porbert Portman, and William Brock III. Current USTR Ambassador Susan Schwab...
Topics: Carla Hills, US Trade Representative, USTR, Peterson Institute, Institute for International...
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Feb 14, 2008 Peterson Institute for International Economics
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Charlene Barshefsky spoke on the topic of "Trade, National Security, and Bilateral/Regional Free Trade Agreements in Asia" at the Eighth Annual Former US Trade Representative Seminar held at the Peterson Institute for International Economics, February 13, 2008. A question and answer session with five other former USTRs and the audience follows. Other USTRs at the event were Clayton Yeutter, Carla Hills, Mickey Kantor, Robert Portman, and William Brock III. Current USTR Ambassador...
Topics: Charlene Barshefsky, US Trade Representative, USTR, Peterson Institute, Institute for International...
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Feb 14, 2008 Peterson Institute for International Economics
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Mickey Kantor spoke on the topic of "Evaluation of the May 10 Agreement from Experience of the Peru, Panama, Colombia, and Korea Free Trade Agreements" at the Eighth Annual Former US Trade Representative Seminar held at the Peterson Institute for International Economics, February 13, 2008. A question and answer session with five other former USTRs and the audience follows. Other USTRs at the event were Clayton Yeutter, Carla Hills, Charlene Barshefsky, Robert Portman, and William...
Topics: Mickey Kantor, US Trade Representative, USTR, Peterson Institute, Institute for International...
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Feb 14, 2008 Peterson Institute for International Economics
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Robert Portman spoke on the topic of "Evaluation of the May 10 Agreement from Experience of the Peru, Panama, Colombia, and Korea Free Trade Agreements" at the Eighth Annual Former US Trade Representative Seminar held at the Peterson Institute for International Economics, February 13, 2008. A question and answer session with five other former USTRs and the audience follows. Other USTRs at the event were Clayton Yeutter, Carla Hills, Charlene Barshefsky, Mickey Kantor, and William...
Topics: Robert Portman, US Trade Representative, USTR, Peterson Institute, Institute for International...
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Feb 14, 2008 Peterson Institute for International Economics
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William Brock III spoke on the topic of "Trade Adjustment Assistance--A Misnomer; and Comment on Pending Trade Adjustment Assistance Proposals" at the Eighth Annual Former US Trade Representative Seminar held at the Peterson Institute for International Economics, February 13, 2008. A question and answer session with five other former USTRs and the audience follows. Other USTRs at the event were Clayton Yeutter, Carla Hills, Charlene Barshefsky, Mickey Kantor, and Robert Portman....
Topics: William Brock, US Trade Representative, USTR, Peterson Institute, Institute for International...
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Feb 22, 2008 Peterson Institute for International Economics
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Leszek Balcerowicz, former Chairman of the National Bank of Poland and former Minister of Finance of Poland, spoke at the Peterson Institute on February 22, 2008 on the topic of the new Polish government’s ability to complete market economic reforms. The event was cosponsored with the Center for European Policy Analysis (CEPA), where Professor Balcerowicz is currently a distinguished fellow. Poland was the pioneer of post-communist economic transformation. In recent years, the success of its...
Topics: Poland, Leszek Balcerowicz, market reform, Peterson Institute, international economics
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Feb 25, 2008 Peterson Institute for International Economics
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US Treasury Under Secretary for International Affairs David McCormick presented his views on IMF reform at the Peterson Institute, February 25, 2008. McCormick stressed that, in order to remain relevant, the Fund must revitalize and adapt its mission as well as overhaul its governance structure to reflect the realities of the modern world. This issue has been at the forefront of the global economic agenda for the past two years, with former Managing Director Rodrigo de Rato developing and...
Topics: David McCormick, IMF, International Monetary Fund, IMF reform, Peterson Institute, international...
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Mar 12, 2008 Peterson Institute for International Economics
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John Lipsky, first deputy managing director of the International Monetary Fund (IMF), answers questions following his presentation on the Fund’s views on its role in dealing with the current financial turmoil in capital markets at the Peterson Institute, March 12, 2008.
Topics: John Lipsky, International Monetary Fund, IMF, capital markets, Peterson Institute, Institute for...
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Mar 13, 2008 Peterson Institute for International Economics
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John Lipsky, first deputy managing director of the International Monetary Fund (IMF), presented the Fund’s views on its role in dealing with the current financial turmoil in capital markets at a Peterson Institute meeting held March 12, 2008. Turmoil in capital markets continues to spread, heightening concerns about global stability. The forces of economic and financial globalization that underpinned sustained strong growth earlier this decade are producing unprecedented challenges today....
Topics: John Lipsky, International Monetary Fund, IMF, capital markets, Peterson Institute, Institute for...
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Mar 27, 2008 The Peterson Institute for International Economics
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The Peterson Institute released a new study entitled The Accelerating Decline in America’s High-Skilled Workforce: Implications for Immigration Policy at a meeting on March 27, 2008. Author Jacob Funk Kirkegaard, research associate at the Institute, discussed problems confronting US competitiveness due to the lack of high-skilled education programs and the related need to expand the H-1B visa and other high-skilled immigration programs. The H-1B visa issue will erupt again on April 1, 2008,...
Topics: Jacob Kirkegaard, immigration, immigration policy, High skill labor, competition, US workforce
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Mar 27, 2008 The Peterson Institute for International Economics
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The Peterson Institute released a new study entitled The Accelerating Decline in America’s High-Skilled Workforce: Implications for Immigration Policy at a meeting on March 27, 2008. Author Jacob Funk Kirkegaard, research associate at the Institute, discussed problems confronting US competitiveness due to the lack of high-skilled education programs and the related need to expand the H-1B visa and other high-skilled immigration programs. The H-1B visa issue will erupt again on April 1, 2008,...
Topics: Jacob Kirkegaard, immigration, immigration policy, High skill labor, competition, US workforce
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Apr 2, 2008 Peterson Institute for International Economics
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The Institute hosted a meeting April 1, 2008, to discuss the phenomenon of sovereign wealth funds (SWFs) and their policy implications for both the United States and the world economy. A new policy brief on the topic, by senior fellow Edwin M. Truman, was released at the meeting. The policy brief contains Truman’s updated “scoreboard” on the performance of a wide range of sovereign wealth funds and examines use of the “scoreboard” as a framework for the IMF-led effort to establish a...
Topics: Edwin Truman, Sovereign Wealth Funds, International Monetary Fund, IMF, Accountability, China
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Apr 2, 2008 Peterson Institute for International Economics
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The Institute hosted a meeting April 1, 2008, to discuss the phenomenon of sovereign wealth funds (SWFs) and their policy implications for both the United States and the world economy. A new policy brief on the topic, by senior fellow Edwin M. Truman, was released at the meeting. The policy brief contains Truman’s updated “scoreboard” on the performance of a wide range of sovereign wealth funds and examines use of the “scoreboard” as a framework for the IMF-led effort to establish a...
Topics: Edwin Truman, Sovereign Wealth Funds, International Monetary Fund, IMF, Accountability, China
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Apr 4, 2008 The Peterson Institute for International Economics
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Senior Fellows Michael Mussa, Morris Goldstein, and Arvind Subramanian discussed the international economic outlook for the rest of 2008 and for 2009 at the Institute's thirteenth semiannual Global Economic Prospects meeting held April 3, 2008.
Topics: Morris Goldstein, Peterson Institute, World economy, Global economy, Economic forecast
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Apr 4, 2008 The Peterson Institute for International Economics
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Senior Fellows Michael Mussa, Morris Goldstein, and Arvind Subramanian discussed the international economic outlook for the rest of 2008 and for 2009 at the Institute's thirteenth semiannual Global Economic Prospects meeting held April 3, 2008
Topics: Michael Mussa, Peterson Institute, World economy, Global economy, Economic forecast
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Apr 4, 2008 Peterson Institute for International Economics
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Senior Fellows Michael Mussa, Morris Goldstein, and Arvind Subramanian discussed the international economic outlook for the rest of 2008 and for 2009 at the Institute's thirteenth semiannual Global Economic Prospects meeting held April 3, 2008.
Topics: Arvind Subramanian, Peterson Institute, World economy, Global economy, Economic forecast
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Apr 4, 2008 Peterson Institute for International Economics
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Senior Fellows Michael Mussa, Morris Goldstein, and Arvind Subramanian discussed the international economic outlook for the rest of 2008 and for 2009 at the Institute's thirteenth semiannual Global Economic Prospects meeting held April 3, 2008.
Topics: Panel Discussion, Peterson Institute, World economy, Global economy, Economic forecast
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Apr 11, 2008 Peterson Institute for International Economics
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Joaquín Almunia, member of the European Commission for Economic and Monetary Affairs, delivered the Peterson Institute’s fifth Whitman Lecture on April 11, 2008. Commissioner Almunia addressed the outlook for the European economy both over the short run, in the face of global economic turndown, and over the longer run, as Europe pursues ongoing structural reform and adjustment. Joaquín Almunia joined the European Commission in April 2004. He was a member of the Spanish Parliament from 1979...
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Joaquín Almunia, member of the European Commission for Economic and Monetary Affairs, delivered the Peterson Institute’s fifth Whitman Lecture on April 11, 2008. Commissioner Almunia addressed the outlook for the European economy both over the short run, in the face of global economic turndown, and over the longer run, as Europe pursues ongoing structural reform and adjustment. Joaquín Almunia joined the European Commission in April 2004. He was a member of the Spanish Parliament from 1979...
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Apr 18, 2008 Peterson Institute for International Economics
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Dr. Il SaKong presented the new Korean government’s economic agenda at a meeting at the Institute, April 18, 2008. Dr. SaKong, considered the leading economic advisor to Korean President Lee Myung-bak, spoke at the Institute while accompanying the new president on his first visit to the United States since being elected. SaKong is also chairman of the president’s National Competitiveness Council, which is a permanent organization in the president’s office that holds monthly meetings with...
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Apr 18, 2008 Peterson Institute for International Economics
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Dr. Il SaKong presented the new Korean government’s economic agenda at a meeting at the Institute, April 18, 2008. Dr. SaKong, considered the leading economic advisor to Korean President Lee Myung-bak, spoke at the Institute while accompanying the new president on his first visit to the United States since being elected. SaKong is also chairman of the president’s National Competitiveness Council, which is a permanent organization in the president’s office that holds monthly meetings with...
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Apr 30, 2008 Peterson Institute
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Marcus Noland spoke at a Peterson Institute meeting April 30, 2008, to release two new papers written with collaborators based on a pathbreaking survey of more than 1,300 North Korean refugees in China. Three North Korean refugees also spoke at the event.
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Apr 30, 2008 Peterson Institute
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North Korean Refugees spoke at a Peterson Institute meeting April 30, 2008, to release two new papers written with collaborators based on a pathbreaking survey of more than 1,300 North Korean refugees in China. Three North Korean refugees also spoke at the event.
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Apr 30, 2008 Peterson Institute for International Economics
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Marcus Noland and North Korean refugees KIM Seung Min, KANG Su Jin, and KIM Young-il answered questions at the Peterson Institute event "North Korean Food Crisis" held April 30, 2008.
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May 5, 2008 Peterson Institute for International Economics
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Gary Clyde Hufbauer assesses what Canada and Mexico would seek in any NAFTA renegotiation and what the economic effects of any new labor standards introduced by the United States would be. This interview is part of the Peterson Perspectives Interviews on Current Issues series.
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May 6, 2008 Peterson Institute
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Josette Sheeran, executive director of the UN World Food Program (WFP), addressed the world food crisis situation at a Peterson Institute event on May 6, 2008. Sheeran is one of the leading coordinators of the global response to one of the most important and urgent problems facing the world: skyrocketing food prices and global hunger. Sheeran became the eleventh head of the WFP in 2007. It is the world’s largest humanitarian agency, extending food assistance to some 80 million people annually...
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May 6, 2008 Peterson Institute
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Josette Sheeran, executive director of the UN World Food Program (WFP), addressed the world food crisis situation at a Peterson Institute event on May 6, 2008. Sheeran is one of the leading coordinators of the global response to one of the most important and urgent problems facing the world: skyrocketing food prices and global hunger. Sheeran became the eleventh head of the WFP in 2007. It is the world’s largest humanitarian agency, extending food assistance to some 80 million people annually...
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May 6, 2008 Peterson Institute
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Josette Sheeran, executive director of the UN World Food Program (WFP), addressed the world food crisis situation at a Peterson Institute event on May 6, 2008. Sheeran is one of the leading coordinators of the global response to one of the most important and urgent problems facing the world: skyrocketing food prices and global hunger. Sheeran became the eleventh head of the WFP in 2007. It is the world’s largest humanitarian agency, extending food assistance to some 80 million people annually...
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May 6, 2008 Peterson Institute, Washington, DC
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Josette Sheeran, executive director of the UN World Food Program (WFP), addressed the world food crisis situation at a Peterson Institute event on May 6, 2008. Sheeran is one of the leading coordinators of the global response to one of the most important and urgent problems facing the world: skyrocketing food prices and global hunger. Sheeran became the eleventh head of the WFP in 2007. It is the world’s largest humanitarian agency, extending food assistance to some 80 million people annually...
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May 9, 2008 Peterson Institute, Washington, DC
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Petr Aven, Alfa Bank, presented the Peterson Institute's seventh annual Niarchos Lecture on the topic of Russia in the world economy.
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May 9, 2008 Peterson Institute for International Economics
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Mikhail Fridman (Alfa Group), Petr Aven (Alfa Bank), Anders Aslund (Peterson Institute), Peter G. Peterson (Blackstone Group and Peterson Institute Board of Directors), and C. Fred Bergsten (Peterson Institute) joined in a panel discussion on Russia in the world economy at the Peterson Institute's seventh annual Niarchos Lecture , May 8, 2008.
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May 9, 2008 Peterson Institute for International Economics
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Petr Aven (Alfa Bank) and Mikhail Fridman (Alfa Group) answered audience questions on Russia at the Peterson Institute's seventh annual Niarchos Lecture, May 8, 2008.
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May 15, 2008 Peterson Institute for International Economics
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India and other Asian countries now face growing inflation pressures and new demands on their food trade policies. Arvind Subramanian discusses the pros and cons of Asian policy responses so far for the short, medium and long term.
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May 21, 2008 Peterson Institute for International Economics
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The Peterson Institute and the World Resources Institute (WRI) released Leveling the Carbon Playing Field, a joint publication, at a meeting held May 21, 2008. The book is the first result of a joint Peterson Institute/WRI research project on linkages between climate change and trade policy. C. Fred Bergsten, Peterson Institute director, and Jonathan Lash, WRI president, introduce the joint program of research being undertaken by the two institutes.
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May 22, 2008 Peterson Institute for International Economics
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Authors Rob Bradley and Trevor Houser present their research published in Leveling the Carbon Playing Field , a joint publication of the Peterson Institute and the World Resources Institute (WRI) released May 21, 2008.
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May 22, 2008 Peterson Institute for International Economics
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The Peterson Institute and the World Resources Institute (WRI) released Leveling the Carbon Playing Field, a joint publication, at a meeting held May 21, 2008. The book is the first result of a joint Peterson Institute/WRI research project on linkages between climate change and trade policy.
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May 30, 2008 Peterson Institute for International Economics
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The Peterson Institute released a study examining the prospects for greater global and regional integration of the Maghreb countries—Algeria, Libya, Mauritania, Morocco, and Tunisia—on May 29, 2008. The Maghreb study is headed by Senior Fellow Gary Hufbauer in collaboration with Ambassador Stuart Eizenstat from Covington & Burling. C. Fred Bergsten (Peterson Institute) and Mostafa Terrab (Office Cherifien des Phosphates Group) introduce the study and subsequent speakers.
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May 30, 2008 Peterson Institute for International Economics
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John Veroneau, Deputy US Trade Representative, and Dan S. Sullivan, Assistant Secretary for Economic, Energy, and Business Affairs, presented keynote addresses at a Peterson Institute event May 29, 2008, in which a study examining the prospects for greater global and regional integration of the Maghreb countries—Algeria, Libya, Mauritania, Morocco, and Tunisia—was released. The Maghreb study is headed by Peterson Institute Senior Fellow Gary Hufbauer in collaboration with Ambassador Stuart...
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