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December 16, 2009: News, Research & Events from the James A. Baker III Institute for Public Policy
Baker Institute launches newsletter, blog, Twitter and Facebook pages

Baker Institute launches newsletter, blog, Twitter and Facebook pages

We’re working to keep you apprised of all the activities at the Baker Institute, and this is our latest effort: a newsletter delivered directly to your inbox. Designed to be a snapshot of institute news, the Baker Institute Update provides links to our Web site for additional information on events, research or webcasts.

Readers of The Houston Chronicle may have noticed the institute now has a blog on the newspaper’s Web site. The Baker Institute Blog, written independently of the Chronicle, allows institute fellows and scholars to share what’s on their minds, whether it’s related to current events, ongoing research or foreign travels. Recent posts have discussed narco-terrorism in Mexico, the Copenhagen conference, pension reform in Houston and Halloween in China. Join the conversation by leaving a comment, and the author will likely respond.

The institute has also launched new Facebook and Twitter pages to provide timely news and information briefs. We encourage you to follow us at these sites, and to reply or direct message us with any questions or comments you may have.


Upcoming Events

Events are by invitation only unless otherwise noted. For a complete list, visit our events page.


Research & News

 For a complete list of research and commentary, visit our publications page.


Recent Webcasts

  • The Current State of Russian-U.S. Relations: His Excellency Sergey Kislyak, ambassador of the Russian Federation to the United States, discusses relations between the two countries. December 2
For a complete list, visit our webcast page.


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The James A. Baker III Institute for Public Policy is a nonpartisan public policy think tank located on the campus of Rice University in Houston, Texas. The institute's distinguished fellows and scholars research and collaborate with experts from academia, government, the media, business and private organizations on domestic and foreign policy issues with the goal of bridging the gap between the theory and practice of public policy.

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