More than three years after the Arab Spring, the George W. Bush Institute is expanding its efforts to help empower women in fledgling democracies of the Middle East.
Former first lady Laura Bush has introduced a group of women from Tunisia as the latest participants in the George W. Bush Institute's fellowship program that helps women in the Middle East and North Africa hone their leadership skills.
Featuring work that has never before been exhibited, The Art of Leadership: A President's Personal Diplomacy, explores "the relationships that President George W. Bush forged with world leaders to shape international policy and advance American interests abroad."
Former President George W. Bush has taken on the high unemployment rate of veterans this week, announcing a study at Syracuse University of how best to reintegrate service members into civilian society and asking that post-traumatic stress be classified as an "injury" not a "disorder."
Former President George W. Bush and Team Rubicon's Jacob Wood speak with Martha Raddatz on reintegrating war veterans into the civilian world.
George W. Bush, the painter, will soon have his first gallery showing.
Former President George W. Bush took to the Texas stage to speak about the true 1 percent crowd in America that deserves the respect and admiration of all — the veterans.
Former President George W. Bush hosted a Military Service Initiative Summit on Wednesday, and spoke about the many problems facing post-9/11 veterans and how his institute hopes to address them.
“I do miss saluting men and women who volunteered to defend our nation during war,” Bush said. “Many are coming home and are preparing for new missions as civilians and I intend to salute these men and women for the rest of my life.”