Posts tagged policy
Bye-Bye Boracay (For Now)

While Boracay’s tourism-based economy has thrived by these increasing numbers, the small island lacked the necessary infrastructure to prepare.

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Metal-ing with International Relations

With new shocking events unfolding by the day, the US is in a precarious position and must tread carefully to avoid a trade war with China. Then again, that may be exactly the intention.

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The National Rifle Association’s Lobbying Arm: The Behemoth On Capitol Hill May Finally Meet Its Match

In order for gun control groups to match the prowess of the NRA, they need to encourage grassroots mobilization while incentivizing with a powerful lobbying machine of their own.

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Bigly Huge Tariffs: A Discussion with Former Fed Vice-Chairman Alan Blinder

While these tariffs cater to the industrial workforce, they also establish a strong statement of American protectionism and opposition towards Chinese trade tactics.

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Corporate Activism, Yesterday and Today

How has the idea and execution behind corporate activism evolved over time?

This article is the second in a series of articles on corporate social responsibility in the Trump era.

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