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Think Tanked
Posted at 07:15 AM ET, 09/26/2011

Daybook: 9/26/11

9:00 Scrambling for Hydropower in the Himalayas with Isabel Hilton, Chinadialogue; Dan Millison, Transcendergy, LLC (Woodrow Wilson Center)

9:00 Modern Direct Democracy and the American West with Phil Keisling, Portland State University; Tyrone Reitman, Healthy Democracy Oregon (New America Foundation)

12:00 Adding Spring to the Safety Net: Expanding Work Programs for Poor Men with Henry Olsen, National Research Initiative; Lawrence M. Mead, professor at New York University; Elaine Sorensen, research expert; Kristin H. Ruth a district court judge in Wake County in North Carolina; Henry Olsen, AEI (AEI)

12:00 Keeping the Republic: Saving America by Trusting Americans with Mitch Daniels, Indiana governor; David Brooks, New York Times; William Galston, Brookings; John Walters, Hudson Institute (Hudson Institute)

12:00 The Evolution of Soviet Policies towards Dissidents with Peter Reddaway, George Washington University (Woodrow Wilson Center)

12:15 Economic Growth, Gender, and Development in the Context of Arab Political Change: A Swedish Perspective with Thomas Carothers, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace; Gunilla Carlsson, Swedish Minister for International Development Cooperation; Anders Borg, Swedish Minister of Finance; Sharik Bryan, National Democratic Institute (CEIP)

2:00 Nigeria’s Fight Against Corruption: Successes and Challenges with Daniel Claman, Department of Justice; Eric Guttschuss, Human Rights Watch; Todd Moss, Center for Global Development; Sowore Omoyele, SaharaReporters; Sarah Pray, Open Society Foundations, (Center for Global Development)

3:00 Keeping the Republic: Governor Mitch Daniels on Saving America by Trusting Americans with Indiana governor Mitchell E. Daniels Jr; Arthur C. Brooks, AEI (AEI)

3:00 China and India: How to Recognize Rivalry with Rory Medcalf of Australia’s Lowy Institute; Ashley J. Tellis, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace (CEIP)

3:00 South Sudan and Enterprise Development with Sue Clark, SABMiller; Johanna Nesseth Tuttle, CSIS; Daniel F. Runde, Project on Prosperity and Development (CSIS)

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