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Permanent Campaigner | Financial Times

August 11, 2014
“That’s the core conflict within the centre left of the Democratic party, but it is hard to say exactly how it is fixed,” says Mark Schmitt, of the New America Foundation.

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GE Seeks to Leap over Pure Power | Financial Times

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  • Robert Wright,
  • New America Foundation
July 10, 2014 |
There is little obvious to distinguish the jet engine waiting at site 3B of General Electric’s Peebles engine-testing range from the many others being tested at the facility, in the hills of southeastern Ohio.

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3D Printing Starts to Add Up for GE Aviation | Financial Times

  • By
  • Robert Wright,
  • New America Foundation
July 10, 2014 |
The machines lining either side of the room at GE Aviation’s Additive Technologies laboratory on the edge of Cincinnati look like nothing so much as microwave ovens, complete with glass viewing windows and handles on the doors. However, the signs reading “export sensitive” blocking the view into some show that something more unusual is cooking here.

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'Five Days At Memorial', By Sheri Fink | Financial Times

January 31, 2014

September 11 2001 is remembered as a time when Americans faced a harrowing attack in their streets with grit and resolve. Four years later, televised reports from another calamity offered up a very different America: a superpower unable to cope with a ...

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Barack Obama Battles A Sense Of Drift On State Of The Union Goals | Financial Times

January 27, 2014

To boost poor US workers, the president proposed raising the federal minimum wage to $9 an hour from $7.25 and included the increase in a White House budget. But he was unable to secure its passage.

He vowed to work with states to introduce "high-quality" universal pre-school education. But Lisa Guernsey, an education expert at the New America Foundation, says pre-school became a casualty of bigger fiscal conflicts.

A New Populism is Shaping Politics in Britain and Beyond | Financial Times

September 27, 2013

Last year Francis Fukuyama wrote: “One of the most puzzling features of the world in the aftermath of the financial crisis is that so far, populism has taken primarily a rightwing form, not a leftwing one.” This is true in the US, in most of Europe and ...

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A New Populism is Shaping Politics | Financial Times

September 27, 2013

Last year Francis Fukuyama wrote: “One of the most puzzling features of the world in the aftermath of the financial crisis is that so far, populism has taken primarily a rightwing form, not a leftwing one.” This is true in the US, in most of Europe and ...

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China Seeks to Erase Bo Xilai Influence | Financial Times

September 23, 2013

“Bo Xilai was really a potential bad emperor – he was the only one in the elite circle with the charisma to break out of the post-Mao consensus,” says Francis Fukuyama, a senior fellow at Stanford University and the author of The End of History and the ...

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How Long Can the Communist Party Survive in China? | Financial Times

September 20, 2013

In his 1992 book, The End of History and The Last Man, Francis Fukuyama argued that western liberal democracy represents the final form of human government and the endpoint of ideological evolution. His argument was boosted by the dramatic expansion ...

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U.S. Families Feel the Squeeze | Financial Times

September 17, 2013

“We just haven't seen enough job growth,” said Justin King, policy director at the New America Foundation in Washington. “There's so much unemployment and so much slack that it's a buyers' market for labour: people haven't been able to get wage rises ...

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