Monthly Archives: January 2012

The Equations of Cities

After months in preparation for DCFR’s second Series “D” program, the panel on “Prospects for Cities” with Santa Fe Institute’s Geoffrey West and SMU Cox’s Maria Minniti concluded and left many realizing that this work on cities has only just … Continue reading

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Cornyn on America’s Foreign Policy

Yesterday, DCFR had the honor of hosting Senator John Cornyn. A frequently asked question from several members was about Iran and its nuclear capabilities. The Senator responded to one question about the U.S.-Europe relationship; he affirmed that our economic and … Continue reading

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Upcoming: Cities as Growth Engines

Dallas’ metropolitan GDP is roughly the size of Argentina’s economy. The GDP of New York is a few hundred billion dollars less than Canada’s. Chicago is likened to Switzerland, and so on, according to an Atlantic article. The growth of … Continue reading

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New Year 2012

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