U.S. Senate passes US$ 738 bil. defense policy bill, Trump expected to sign

but the US Senate has passed one of the most expensive defense bills in history meaning the almost 740 billion u.s. budget just needs present from signature to become law on Tuesday the Senate voted overwhelmingly eighty six to eight and the capacity bipartisan defense policy bill giving present Trump the opportunity to sign a […]

Continue Reading...

S. Korean gov’t outlines economic policy direction for 2020

this year Korea’s GDP is expected to grow by about 2% held down by a slowing global economy and the uncertainties like the us-china trade war which has hurt Korea’s exports fewer downside risks in 2020 though so in its policy direction for next year the government’s expecting growth to rise kim moosung reports the […]

Continue Reading...

[NEWS IN-DEPTH] ‘New Southern Policy’ and Korea-ASEAN ties

for an in-depth discussion on South Korea ASEAN relations I’m joined by dr. EJ Hyun of asan Institute for Policy Studies welcome to the program thank you so much having me so president when Jane has first declared his new southern policy aiming to lift South Korea ASEAN cooperative ties to the level seen between […]

Continue Reading...

“America First” as an Economic Policy (w/ Alan Tonelson)

ED HARRISON: I’m Ed Harrison here for Real Vision. I’m talking to Alan Tonelson, who is the founder of the blog, Realitycheck, and he’s also a frequent guest on CNBC. Alan, great to have you here. ALAN TONELSON: Well, thank you so much for inviting me. ED HARRISON: Now, we’re going to be talking actually […]

Continue Reading...

No Cost Rider Policy for Truck Drivers – Benefits at Crete Carrier

Crete Carrier is proud to announce new changes to the rider policy. Crete Carrier has always been one of the more driver friendly rider policies in the trucking industry, allowing specific family members to ride along at no cost to the driver. In an effort to further accommodate our drivers, The policy is expanded to […]

Continue Reading...

Reem Rayef — Featured Student Speaker at the Goldman School of Public Policy Fall 2019

(dramatic instrumental music) – Earlier today, I taught a classroom of 20 students about how we create electricity from the nuclear fission of Uranium atoms. While this might not come as a shock to you all, it is certainly a surprise to me and to anyone who knew me before I started graduate school. I […]

Continue Reading...