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2010 strengthening america's future initiative issue papers

America in a Multipolar World: The Regional Working Groups

Meeting the Fiscal Challenge

A Call to Action: Revitalization of National Infrastructure Investment

Finance, Economics & Trade

U.S. Innovation & Growth: Small & Mid-sized Business

Education & Competitiveness

Requirement for Managing an Unknown Future: A Science-Informed, Technology-Strengthened Government

Restoring America’s Trust and Influence Abroad – From Talk to Action

Financing America’s Transition to Clean, Secure and Sustainable Energy

2008-2009 Presidential Transition

15 - "The Nuclear Defense Working Group (NDWG): Final Report" by Dr. Richard L. Wagner, Jr., NDWG Chairman, former Deputy Director at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory and former Assistant to the Secretary of Defense for Atomic Energy. August 2009.

14 - "Summary of Major Organizations' Reports and Recommendations on National Science, Technology and Innovation Policies and Investments, 2006-2008" by Deborah D. Stine, Ph.D., Specialist in Science and Technology Policy at the Congressional Research Service. January 2009.

2002-2007 Post 9/11

13 - "Vietnam and Iraq: A Strategic and Tactical Analysis" by Norman L. Olsen, a career Foreign Service Officer with USAID, former Deputy Province Senior Advisor for the CORDS program in the Mekong Delta and Senior Partner, Achievable Solutions. September 13, 2005.

12 - "A Long-term Response to Biological Terrorism: Homeland Security Leaders Need Shared Intellectual Framework and Greater International Cooperation" by Michael L. Moodie, President, Chemical and Biological Arms Control Institute and former Assistant Director, U.S. Arms Control and Disarmament Agency. August 2005.

11 - "Looking Forward in Wartime: Vulnerable Points in the Global Economy " by the Honorable Richard T. McCormack, former Under Secretary of State for Economic Affairs and G-7 Sherpa, former Ambassador to the Organization of American States and Counselor to the Center for the Study of the Presidency. April 10, 2003.

10 - "Thinking Anew on Homeland Security" by David M. Abshire, President of the Center for the Study of the Presidency and Coordinator of its Panel Report on Comprehensive Strategic Reform.

9 - "Globalization and Economic Democracy" by the Honorable Richard T. McCormack, former Under Secretary of State for Economic Affairs and Former Ambassador to the Organization of American States, April 12, 2002.

8 - "The Congressional Joint Committee on Atomic Energy: A Model for Homeland Security" - (1946 to 1977), by George F. Murphy, Jr.

7 - "Adjusting Our National Security Strategy" by Dwight Ink, former Assistant Administrator of USAID, former President of the Institute of Public Administration and member of the Center's National Advisory Board.

2000-2001 Presidential Transition

6 - "Notes on the World Economy" by Dr. David C. Mulford, Chairman International, Credit Suisse First Boston and former Under Secretary of Treasury for International Affairs. July 2001.

5 - "Reform of the Nominating Process: A CSP Overview."

4 - "Reevaluating the Electoral College " by James P. Pfiffner by Professor of Government and Public Policy, George Mason University and author of The Strategic Presidency: Hitting the Ground Running.

3 - "Advice to Senior Political Appointees on the Management on Bureaucracy" by the Honorable Richard T. McCormack, former Under Secretary of State for Economic Affairs and former Ambassador to the Organization of American States.

2 - "Advancing Innovation: Improving the Science Advisory Structure and Policy Progress" by the Honorable James D. Watkins, former Secretary of Energy, former Chief of Naval Operations and President, Consortium for Oceanographic Research and Education.

1 - "Managing a Complex Global Economic Situation" by David C. Mulford, former Under Secretary of Treasury for International Affairs and Chairman, International Credit Suisse, First Boston Limited (London). November 15, 2000.

 

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