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How Shall America Be Defended?
Washington, D.C.

<p>With America "at war," as President Bush says, every aspect of American Defense, but especially homeland defense, needs to be re-examined

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Children, Cops, and Citizenship
Washington, D.C.

<p>The national conversation about aggressive police tactics in communities of color has largely broken down along predictable political lin

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21st Century Infamy
Washington, D.C.

<div class="legacy-attachments"><h3>Attachments</h3> <ul> <li><a href="http://www.newamerica.net/files/nafmigration/archive/Event_141_3_reg.

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The Challenge of Borderlessness and a Billion Connected People: Pondering the Future of the Internet
Washington, D.C.

<p>ICANN is a technical coordination body for the Internet. Created in October 1998 by a broad coalition of the Internet's business, technic

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Who Owns the Sky? A SkyTrust to reduce global warming
Washington, D.C.

<p>In "Who Owns the Sky? Our Common Assets and the Future of Capitalism," entrepreneur Peter Barnes redefines the debate about climate chang

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Battle Over the Airwaves II: Who Should Give Up Spectrum?
Washington, D.C.

<p>The U.S. wireless industry argues that mobile Internet and other advanced ("3G") services will be delayed unless spectrum, already occupi

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Telecom Liberalization in Japan
Washington, D.C.

<p>As Japan's political culture evolves under the premiership of the eccentric but popular Junichiro Koizumi, many questions arise about the

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Reclaiming the Commons
Washington, D.C.

<p>Most Americans do not realize that they collectively own many of our nation's most valuable resources -- public assets worth hundreds of

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Will the 1's and 0's Run Free?
Washington, D.C.

<p>When former antagonists Napster and Bertelsmann made friends a few months back, many assumed that the war between copyright

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Battle Over the Airwaves: America's Spectrum Shortage for 3G
Washington, D.C.

<p><em>The New York Times</em> has called the airwaves the most valuable resource of the New Economy -- the auctions concluded

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Honey, I Cloned the Kids
Washington, D.C.

<p>We hope you can join in a brownbag lunch and informal discussion with New America Foundation Senior Fellow Margaret Talbot, who has just

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An American Story
Washington, D.C.

<p>Debra Dickerson's <i>An American Story</i> is a success story: it's about her journey from a poor black St. Louis neighborhood i

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