ON-Lion Letter
In January, the Hudson Institute in Washington, D.C., released a series of policy papers advising the new administration of President Barack Obama on a host of critical global and domestic issues.  Policy topics include the "Greater Middle East," Latin America, public diplomacy, regulatory policy, health care, housing, infrastructure, and more.

The series, "Perspectives for the New Administration," seeks to "formulate new questions and discover new analytical approaches," according to S. Enders Wimbush, Hudson's senior vice president for international programs and policy.

"The Obama administration will be faced with a host of problems that can neither be elucidated through conventional thinking nor solved with the usual answers," Wimbush continued. "In keeping with Hudson's long tradition of independent thinking, we view this transition as an opportunity to help the new President and his advisers."
The complete series of papers is available online, as are video interviews from the papers' authors.

The Lynde and Harry Bradley Foundation in Milwaukee substantially supports Hudson.
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