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sábado, 7 de enero de 2017

AEI's weekly digest of top commentary and scholarship on the issues that matter most.





Tomake the world better, think small
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To make the world better, think small 
To throw up our hands in the face of tragedy is a normal cognitive phenomenon. But there is a solution to psychic numbing, says Arthur Brooks: Think small.
Israel will accept a two-state solution
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Israel will accept a two-state solution 
Michael Rubin argues that if the Trump administration pushed to dissolve the UN Relief and Works Agency, Palestine could be independent in a year.
Everybody's in a bubble
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Everybody's in a bubble 
People in both large, diverse cities and ethnically homogeneous small towns live in bubbles. But one matters more than the other, writes Charles Murray.
Russian subversion of the West is old news
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Russian subversion is old news 
Leon Aron says the "revelations" about Russian hacking have revealed precious little that's new. And that's precisely why we should be concerned.
'Repeal and delay' won't fix Obamacare
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'Repeal and delay' won't fix Obamacare 
Quickly repealing the Affordable Care Act while waiting a few years to unwind key provisions would disrupt US health care, write Joseph Antos and James Capretta.
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