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House â€œThe history of this presidency is one of trying to accommodate the oppositionâ€� Timing is a mystery as well The White House continues to say that Obama will act this year But some in the immigration-reform movement worry the deadline could push once again On Nov 9 Obama leaves for a weeklong trip to Asia The Thanksgiving lull arrives soon after Then Congress needs to hammer out a deal to extend government funding which expires in mid-December amid a crammed lame-duck calendar Executive action on immigration could throw a wrench in those budget talks Immigration reformers urged Obama to withstand those pressures â€œSome might worry the backlash against a bold program will be too greatâ€� said Hincapié But that backlash will exist whether the President extends relief to one person 1 million or many more â€œWere holding the president to his wordâ€� she added â€œThere are no more excusesâ€� Write to Alex Altman at alex_altman@timemagazinecomOn the surface the annual Conservative Political Action Conference is a festival of red meat Republicanism part pep rally part college spring break bash with a barely detectable undertone of policy prescriptions But to jaded political observers it has become more like a florid display of the GOPâ€™s identity crisis Beginning Thursday thousands of political activists will gather near Washington During Barack Obamas eight years in the White House this was the capitalâ€™s rowdiest and angriest political eventbut it has morphed into a reflection of the tensions within the Republican Party in the age of Donald Trump The crisis of American conservatism will be everywhere on display in the three days of speeches at a conference center ballroom in the DC suburb of Oxon Hill Here you will see an anti-immigrant conspiracy theorist and a former sheriff who suggested George Soros was actually behind last weeks mass shooting at a Florida school followed by the President of the United States You will find a discredited provocateur set to 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Speaker Paul Ryan are taking a pass this year Ted Cruz is the lone Senator attending the festivities and Fox News favorites outnumber House members on the schedule Yet what plays out on the stage has implications for the bigger conservative movement Republicans enjoyed a resurgence as the decade began but they now have to govern in an environment that has to straddle activists who treat politics as sport the more traditional members of the GOP who turn their noses up at such theatrics and newcomers who bought Trumpâ€™s campaign pitches Republican leaders cannot ignore the activists enthusiasm The inevitable "lock her up" chants about Hillary Clinton and roars for the President and his Cabinet mask a quiet uneasiness among rank-and-file conservatives who still read Barry Goldwaters speeches and lionize Ronald Reagan Elected officials especially Republicans who are seen as centrist have to contend with this enthusiasm or face primary challenges from the right They have little choice but to go along with the show if they want to keep their jobs And if Republicans are to successfully defend their majorities in the House and Senate this fall they will need the help of folks who spend thousands of dollars to attend these sessions A super PAC backed by Ryan gave its top volunteers a trip to CPAC as a reward Mainstream Republicans may just have to choke back their objections to some of the disputed claims about minorities immigrants and those in prison The Republican Party of 2018 is one of deep contradictions A party that is home to evangelicals also helped to elect a thrice-married man who bragged about sexually assaulting women on a video Lawmakers set aside their worries about deficits and the debt to pass massive tax cuts last year that will deliver a $15 trillion vat of red ink CPAC the same organization that welcomed former Vice President Dick Cheney as a rockstar surprise guest in recent years is now giving the microphone to far-right European firebrands Nigel Farage and Marion Marechal-Le Pen The CPAC speakers seminars and the audience itself reflect but one corner of the conservative movement at this moment to be sure It just happens to be the loudest and rowdiest and one that meshes easily with Trump But it may not be as durable as its backers want to believe and it may bend the Republican Party far afield from what made it attractive to so many for so long Write to Philip Elliott at philipelliott@timecomWeibo Chinaâ€™s Twitter-like messaging service has filed an initial public offering in the United States to raise $500 million as a wave of Chinese companies flock to American investors to raise capital Weibo had 614 million users as of the end of December and saw its ad revenue increase by 163 percent to $56 million in the final three months of 2013 Reuters reports Its target $500 million IPO on either the New York Stock Exchange or Nasdaq taps into US investorsâ€™ eagerness to share in the profits of the worldâ€™s fastest-growing major 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Technology in Pasadena a few years ago and moved their family cat and dog halfway across the globe to Frankfurt Germany It took some courage She’s American he’s French and two of their daughters were in school; resettling in Europe was "certainly challenging" Schuman says But the move came with huge professional benefits Schuman and her husband both neuroscientists moved to the Max Planck Institute for Brain Research as "directors" prestigious positions as the heads of large research groups that come with guaranteed funding until retirement and full academic freedom They also had the opportunity to design a brand new lab ("We worked with the architects to maximize the interactions and happiness of our colleagues" Schuman says) The move turned out to be a "tremendously enriching experience" Many scientists may soon have a similar chance The Max Planck Society (MPG) recently took out ads in major scientific journals to recruit 20 new directors in fields ranging from astrophysics to terrestrial microbiology in one of its biggest talent searches ever Between now and 2030 roughly 200 of the 300 director posts at the 84 institutes will become vacant says an MPG spokesperson Many directors are coming up for retirement at the 20 institutes opened in the eastern part of the country after the German reunification in 1990 and so are many of their counterparts at older institutes in former West Germany For the society it marks a turning point: a chance to hire more women and more foreign researchers and an opportunity to open up entirely new fields of research because incoming directors can set their own course (There are also plans to launch completely new institutes on cybersecurity and the origins of life) But it’s also a huge challenge Finding directors is a lengthy process and competition from other institutions seeking top talentâ€”especially womenâ€”is fierce And some argue that the society should use the opportunity to rethink some of its traditions Founded in 1948 MPG has a 18 billion annual budget and is Germany’s leading research powerhouse The Nature Publishing Index ranks it as the fourth largest contributor to high-quality research in the world; its researchers have won 18 Nobel Prizes Most of the institutes are led jointly by three to five directors who each also run their own research departments As an MPG director "You have an incredible liberty to research what you want even changing your field if you like" says Christiane NÃ¼sslein-Volhard who won a Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine as a director at the Max Planck Institute for Developmental Biology in TÃ¼bingen in 1995 There are periodic evaluations but a poor result means losing only a fraction of your funding says Schuman who previously held one of the plum positions in US science: as an investigator funded by the Howard Hughes Medical Institute on a 5-year contract "I did not realize how the renewal clock of 5 years dissuaded me from going for risky ideas until I became a [Max Planck] director" she says When a director leaves or retires MPG doesn’t just look to "fill a certain slot" says JÃ¼rgen Renn director of the Max Planck Institute for the History of Science here Instead it seeks excellent scientists and reshapes the institute’s mission around them sometimes altering it completely When the directors of the Max Planck Institute of Economics in Jena left within a few years of each other for instance prominent economists proved hard to lure to that city So MPG in 2014 refashioned it into the Max Planck Institute for the Science of Human History which has since done pioneering work on the history of plague The hiring process is arduous Traditionally an institute’s current directors identify potential candidates who are then reviewed by outside referees (The recent ads were a new addition) Settling on a new director can take years The society currently fills about 10 positions a year so the rush of openings may be a challenge And the "explosion of research at universities all around the globe" means that competition "is a lot more intense" says US economist David Audretsch a former director at the Jena institute Finding women is especially hard The number of female directors has gone up from 45% in 2005 to about 15% today; MPG aims to reach 18% by 2020 (Among recent catches is gene-editing pioneer Emmanuelle Charpentier) But a recent MPG report mentioned an international "bidding war" for senior female talent To expand the pool female scientists should receive much more support early in their careers Renn says One effort is MPG’s Lise Meitner excellence program launched late last year which will establish up to 10 new research groups led by women every year Recruiting directors at a younger age could also help Schuman says: "I know this younger pool has lots of qualified and amazing women who can join our ranks" Attracting international talent is another challenge Under Germany’s federal system MPG institutes are spread around the country from big cities like Berlin or Munich all the way to places such as Pln a small lakeside resort in the north that are less attractive to foreigners who want an international school or an airport close by The biggest drawback of MPG institutes is their "outdated" isolation from universities says Thomas SÃ¼dhof a biochemist and Nobel laureate at Stanford University in Palo Alto California who was an MPG director in the 1990s but left after falling out with Hubert Markl then MPG’s president "Science is a team effort and it’s important who you meet in the hallway or in the cafeteria" SÃ¼dhof says "The Max Plank Society would profit enormously if they integrated their institutes directly into universities" Schuman says he has a point but warns that integration might lead to a "class system" within universities that favors Max Planck appointees MPG is trying another solution: bringing institutes in the same city together in campuslike clusters As to filling the wave of new director posts "I think we should dare to be riskier" Schuman says "We should not be afraid of failing but rather expect that some failures will accompany our riskier choices which could lead to game-changing discoveries" In other words MPG may just need a bit more of the courage it takes for an individual scientist to pull up stakes and move their lab and family to another continent warning the President that a failure to live up to expectations for executive action on immigration would jeopardize his partyâ€™s standing with the Hispanic community. 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