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The Brookings Brief

 Reflections on 9/11. Views expressed in this geopolitical news summary are those of the reporters and correspondents. Accessed on 11 September 2021, 2001 UTC. Content provided by "The Brookings Institution." Source:  https://connect.brookings.edu/reflections-on-the-20th-anniversary-of-9/11?ecid=ACsprvunT49NEmcMNvWDL0abzXV4i63HuKv_jMUq7ODuEVucPi6062S-YgGk3bTnYtuXr7tD-Bkf&utm_campaign=Brookings%20Brief&utm_medium=email&utm_content=158181750&utm_source=hs_email Thanks for joining us today. Russ Roberts https://www.hawaiigeopoliticalnews.com. View in browser September 11, 2021 20 years later, how Americans assess the effects of the 9/11 attacks   The September 11 attacks and their aftermath have left Americans more fearful at home, more negative about the impact of leaders' decisions over the past two decades, and less willing to deploy ground forces in lengthy combat abroad. Using public opinion polling, William Galston discusses the far-reaching impacts of

The Brookings Brief

 Societal benefits of postsecondary prison education. Views expressed in this geopolitical news summary are those of the reporters and correspondents. Accessed on 21 August 2021, 1945 UTC. Content provided by an email subscription to "The Brookings Brief." Source:  https://mail.google.com/mail/u/0/#inbox/FMfcgzGkZszPvhKMwpfjVkxKPwZkTSfn Please click link or scroll down to read your selections. Thanks for joining us today. Russ Roberts https://www.hawaiigeopoliticalnews.com View in browser August 21, 2021 The societal benefits of postsecondary prison education   Incarcerated individuals who enroll in postsecondary education programs are 48% less likely to be reincarcerated than those who do not, and the odds of being employed post-release are 12% higher for individuals who participate in any type of correctional education. Alexandra Gibbons and Rashawn Ray explain financial aid constraints for students pursuing higher education in prison.   Read more Five ways that open source