China’s Response to the Sino–U.S. Trade War→The Gathering Pacific Storm

Taiwan’s Central News Agency (CNA) has reported that Rear Admiral Lou Yuan, deputy head of the Chinese Academy of Military Sciences, declared during a Dec. 20 speech delivered in Shenzhen, China, that the ongoing disputes over the ownership of the East and South China Seas could be resolved by sinking two US super carriers. This… Continue reading China’s Response to the Sino–U.S. Trade War→The Gathering Pacific Storm

CNN interview with Michael Genovese on the Charlottesville protest

Dr. Michael A. Genovese, President of Global Policy Institute at Loyola Marymount University, was on CNN to discuss President Donald Trump's statements about the Charlottesville protest. Dr. Genovese's latest book, The Trumping of American Politics, will be released this month; and his next book, How Trump Governs, will be released this fall. Below are the… Continue reading CNN interview with Michael Genovese on the Charlottesville protest

Seeking Bipartisanship a Must Now All the More

A recent Pew report noted that "a large majority of the public wants the new president to work closely with members of the opposing party in Congress (76%)" and that "Overall, 50% say it is either very (10%) or somewhat (41%) likely that Donald Trump will work with Democrats in Washington on important issues, while… Continue reading Seeking Bipartisanship a Must Now All the More

First step to #EndTheDivide is #SeekingBipartsanship

"The ideological divide between the parties, enflamed by the sense of partisan superiority claimed by both sides, produced legislative gridlock. There were no winners. We need to get back to an America where Congress solves problems, passes a farm bill, passes an immigration bill, passes tax reform, passes a budget. It is possible. We proved… Continue reading First step to #EndTheDivide is #SeekingBipartsanship

United States Engagement in the Asia Pacific: Perspectives from Asia

Professors Yoichiro Sato and Tan See Seng's recent book, United States Engagement in the Asia Pacific: Perspectives from Asia, has been praised by Professor Tommy Koh, Ambassador-at-Large at Singapore’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Rector of Tembusu College, National University of Singapore, as being "an important book about an important subject." The following is an interview with… Continue reading United States Engagement in the Asia Pacific: Perspectives from Asia

Presidents and Campaign Promises

Cambria Press Publication: The Quest for Leadership In The Quest for Leadership, Meenekshi Bose, the Peter S. Kalikow Chair in Presidential Studies at Hofstra University and Director of Hofstra’s Peter S. Kalikow Center for the Study of the American Presidency, stated that “Presidents are highly constrained in their ability to fulfill their campaign promises—they typically… Continue reading Presidents and Campaign Promises

Seeking Bipartisanship by Secretary Ray LaHood Makes Front-Page News

Ray LaHood Seeking Bipartisanship Cambria Press publication book author review

Seeking Bipartisanship, the new book by Secretary Ray LaHood with Frank H. Mackaman of the Dirksen Congressional Center, made front-page news this weekend. An online article is also available. It notes that like Secretary LaHood, the atypical politician: The writing for the book also followed an atypical pattern. LaHood and Mackaman started in mid-2007, in… Continue reading Seeking Bipartisanship by Secretary Ray LaHood Makes Front-Page News

Outstanding Turnout for Secretary Ray LaHood’s Book Talk on Seeking Bipartisanship at Bradley University

Ray LaHood Seeking Bipartisanship Cambria Press publication book author review

Cambria Press Book Talk by Author Secretary Ray LaHood Close to 300 people turned up for Secretary Ray LaHood's talk on his new book, Seeking Bipartisanship, at Bradley University yesterday. The book, which was written with Dr. Frank H. Mackaman who heads the Dirksen Congressional Center, is an unprecedented book detailing Secretary LaHood's efforts to… Continue reading Outstanding Turnout for Secretary Ray LaHood’s Book Talk on Seeking Bipartisanship at Bradley University

“United States Engagement in the Asia Pacific is an important book about an important subject.” – Tommy Koh

Cambria Press forthcoming book: United States Engagement in the Asia Pacific “United States Engagement in the Asia Pacific is an important book about an important subject.  Will the U.S. continue to maintain its engagement with the Asia Pacific?  Is Obama’s Asia policy intended to contain the rise of China?  What role will Japan, India, and… Continue reading “United States Engagement in the Asia Pacific is an important book about an important subject.” – Tommy Koh