kahudson / Kenya A. Hudson

This feed collects public affairs lectures and discussions primarily from think tanks that present this audio on their websites, but not through extant rss feeds. It reflects my interests in international affairs and economics primarily the global financial crises.

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  1. A New Ruling Bargain? Reform and Gulf Elite Dynamics - Carnegie Endowment for International Peace

    June 14, 2013. The seismic political transitions brought on by the Arab Spring has introduced new difficulties facing the Gulf monarchies’ ruling families, their political systems, and the political culture of a changing Gulf society.

    http://carnegieendowment.org/2013/06/14/new-ruling-bargain-reform-and-gulf-elite-dynamics/gbqa

    —Huffduffed by kahudson

  2. Continuity and Change in the Gulf: How Stable and For How Long? - Carnegie Endowment for International Peace

    June 14, 2013. It remains to be seen whether the Gulf States will be able to stave off a Gulf Spring in the face of the politicization of previously dormant groups, growing economic challenges, and increasingly open media.

    http://carnegieendowment.org/2013/06/14/continuity-and-change-in-gulf-how-stable-and-for-how-long/gbq8

    —Huffduffed by kahudson

  3. Governance Opportunities and Challenges for the Incoming Pakistani Administration | Atlantic Council

    May 20, 2013. http://www.acus.org/event/governance-opportunities-and-challenges-incoming-pakistani-administration

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  4. Education, Police Reform, and Personal Responsibility Necessary to Stop Sectarian Violence in Pakistan | Atlantic Council

    http://www.acus.org/content/education-police-reform-and-personal-responsibility-necessary-stop-sectarian-violence-pakist

    —Huffduffed by kahudson

  5. Audio: Libor scandal: Reform? Replace? How? - Economics - AEI

    28 November 2012. http://www.aei.org/article/economics/audio-libor-scandal-reform-replace-how/

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  6. Arab Youth: A Look at the Future

    October 11, 2012. Young people between the ages of fifteen and twenty-four have played a central role in shaking up the old order, and while so far they have not been able to shape the policies of the new regimes, they remain key to the outcome of transitions in the region.

    http://www.carnegieendowment.org/2012/10/11/arab-youth-look-at-future/dy3t

    —Huffduffed by kahudson

  7. Time to Rethink Policy Toward Iran | Atlantic Council

    October 4, 2012 http://www.acus.org/event/time-rethink-policy-toward-iran

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  8. The Economics of the Arab Spring: Populism or Reform? | Atlantic Council

    October 4, 2012. http://www.acus.org/event/economics-arab-spring-populism-or-reform

    —Huffduffed by kahudson

  9. Democratization in the Arab World

    July 18, 2012.

    —Huffduffed by kahudson

  10. Yemen’s Humanitarian Crisis: Impact on the Political Transition

    August 29, 2012. Atlantic Council of the US

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