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China: A Paradox of Duality

by Raphael Bostic Originally posted on Forbes.com July 3, 2013 @ 5:27PM This clear progress has been driven by the purposeful policies of China’s authoritarian government. But, much of it has proceeded independent of market forces. So while there are beautiful office towers and condominium high rises across Beijing, many sit empty or Read more…

Crafting Political Legacies

Students Talk Back : A Weekly Politics and Public Policy Forum February 13, 2013 12:00pm to 1:00pm What is a politician’s legacy? What does legacy mean to a living politician? How do communication professionals build legacy? Featuring: JENNIFER I. HOELZER Principal, IOC Strategies Consultant on HBO’s VEEP Former Communications Director Read more…

Identity Politics

February 5, 2013 2:00pm to 3:30pm The Political Student Assembly, LGBT Resource Center, and Bedrosian Center are co-sponsoring a LA City Council Meet and Greet & Candidate Forum with two USC alumni – Ana Cubas and Matt Szabo. The event will include a brief sit down with Bedrosian Center Director, Read more…

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