It’s not hard to imagine that many Democrat-inclined voters will vote for Clinton despite the deleted emails, the six-figure speech fees, the contributions from foreign governments. It’s harder to imagine these voters generating the enthusiasm that drove up Democratic turnout in 2008 and reversing the trend that is apparent to anyone who looks at the numbers.
Under Hillary’s plan, every candidate is free to launder six-figure checks from Russian banks through his or her personal bank account. It’s another example of something often seen in the business world. Regulation often serves to protect insiders from competition.
When Harvard social scientist and celebrated author Robert Putnam lists the challenges facing poor Americans, family structure is always at the top.
Andrew P. Kelly, director of AEI’s Center on Higher Education Reform, hosts a discussion of competency-based education (CBE) research, featuring the authors of three new CBE-focused papers and other higher education experts.
While Mr. Rahul Gandhi appears to have upped his tactical game, the same can’t be said for his long-term strategy.
The US intelligence community saw in advance the threat that growing radicalization in Syria, if unchecked, would pose to Iraq.
Beijing and Washington are each laying down redlines in the South China Sea, making the upholding of their claims a priority.
It is time for a major diplomatic effort in Southeast Asia. The US should take the lead in getting the key Southeast Asian claimants to agree on what belongs to whom in the South China Sea. It can then be clear on exactly what it is ready to back up with military power.
Increasing access to medicines for diseases that primarily affect the poor, such as malaria and tuberculosis, involves a complex interplay of private- and public-sector efforts—some of which are often ignored in public debates.