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CSPC Senior Fellow Norm Ornstein Discusses How Americans Perceive the Presidency

In an April 22nd article in National Journal, CSPC Senior Fellow Norm Ornstein examined various myths and realities that Americans have concerning the Presidency, by discussing successes and failures during the Johnson, Reagan, Clinton, and Obama administrations. 

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CSPC Director of Policy and Board Relations Comments on Hillary Clinton's New Role as Grandmother

In an April 18th article on CNN, CSPC Director of Policy and Board Relations discussed the recent pregnancy announcement made by Chelsea Clinton and the gender-based stigmas related to being a grandmother.

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CSPC Senior Fellow Norm Ornstein Examines the Impact of the Citizens United v. McCutcheon Decision

In an April 16th article in National Journal, CSPC Senior Fellow Norm Ornstein examined the future of campaign finance, in the wake of the Citizens United v. McCutcheon decision. Ornstein believes that there are varying forms of corruption and that with this decision, the United States could see the rise of financial corruptopn in the form of the oligarch. 

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CSPC Senior Fellow Norm Ornstein Examines the Impact of the Citizens United v. McCutcheon Decision

In an April 16th article in National Journal, CSPC Senior Fellow Norm Ornstein examined the future of campaign finance, in the wake of the Citizens United v. McCutcheon decision. Ornstein believes that there are varying forms of corruption and that with this decision, the United States could see the rise of financial corruptopn in the form of the oligarch. 

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CSPC Senior Fellow James Kitfield Examines the Continued Impact of the 2010 Iraqi Elections

In an April 13th article in Defense One, CSPC Senior Fellow James Kitfield analyzed the similarities between the elections in 2010 and the upcoming elections later this month. 

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Threats to the Grid Event Webcast

Threats to the Grid: How Industry and Government Work Together to Meet Today's Security Challenges event held at The George Washington University. 

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CSPC Trustee Ambassador Nicholas Burns Examines how Putin Continues to have Leverage over the United States and Europe

In an April 10th article in the Boston Globe, CSPC Trustee Ambassador Nicholas Burns discussed how Putin is continuing to undermine Ukraine, in an attempt to destablize the nation. In addition, Burns commented that the U.S. and Europe have limited options in halting Russia's political and territorial advances. 

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CSPC Trustee Ambassador Nicholas Burns Discusses the Future of U.S.-Russia Relations

In an April 3rd radio interview with Taegan Goddard on Political Wire, CSPC Trustee Ambassador Nicholas Burns commented on how the annexiation of Crimea has revived Cold War sentiments. Additionally, Burns noted that trust between Western nations and Russia has been crippled by Putin's actions. 

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CSPC Senior Fellow Norm Ornstein Discusses the Future of the Civil Service System in the U.S.

In an April 3rd article in Government Executive, CSPC Senior Fellow Norm Ornstein examined how a rise in partianship in Washington, D.C. has impacted the thousands of civil servants working within our government. 

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CSPC Senior Fellow Chris Lu Confirmed as Deputy Secretary of Labor

On April 1st, CSPC Senior Fellow Chris Lu was confirmed by the Senate as deputy secretary of Labor. The Washington Post reported the confirmation in a recent article. 

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CSPC Trustee Ambassador Francis Rooney Discusses Relationship between United States and Holy See

In a March 27th interview on Fox News, CSPC Trustee Ambassador Francis Rooney commented that it is extremely important for President Obama to foster a positive relationship with Pope Francis. Ambassador Rooney believes that the two leaders can continue to solve problems related to a variety of issues, such as immigration, same-sex marriage, and an expanding socio-economic gap.

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