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AEI Visiting Fellow Naomi Schaefer Riley will speak with Jim Dwyer, professor at William & Mary Law School, about his research on the detrimental effects of current child-welfare policies.

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Join AEI as Sen. Rob Portman (R-OH) and an expert panel discuss the opioid crisis, international postal agreements, economic distortions, how they all fit together, and potential solutions.

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Please join AEI for a panel discussion exploring lessons from the education reforms of the George W. Bush and Barack Obama administrations and discussing Frederick M. Hess and Michael Q. McShane’s new edited volume, “Bush-Obama School Reform: Lessons Learned” (Harvard Education Press, 2018).

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Education policy researchers today are often rewarded for using cool tools to study big data sets. But competent researchers need expertise in both methods and the substance of education.

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Is the War on Poverty over? Should nondisabled, working-age adults who receive welfare benefits be required to work? Join us at AEI for a keynote address from CEA Chairman Kevin Hassett followed by a panel discussion on the state of poverty in America and how antipoverty policy ought to proceed.

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After decades of blind faith in its draconian one child policy, the CCP is waking up to the problems of low fertility.

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While Washington is distracted, a fiscal crisis is looming over the nation as entailment spending balloons up.  Viable solutions are still possible, but time is quickly running out.

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Christine Blasey Ford, the woman who has accused Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh of sexually assaulting her when they were teenagers, has committed to testify before the Senate Judiciary Committee on Thursday. Experts discuss the status of his nomination.

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The auto industry is already feeling the pain of 10% auto tariffs and is bracing for the effects of tariffs rising to 25% on January 1. Auto researchers warn of significantly higher vehicle prices (both new and used), a significant 2M drop in new car sales, major job losses for autoworkers and employees at dealerships (715,000), and increased maintenance costs for car owners. Winning?

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The pettiness of India’s two main political parties helps explain why the Nobel laureate V. S. Naipaul did not receive the national recognition that he deserved in India.

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An allegation of sexual misconduct has thrown Judge Brett Kavanaugh’s nomination into doubt. Experts discuss how the Senate Judiciary Committee should proceed with his nomination.

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With the evidence available right now, there is no chance Brett Kavanaugh would be convicted in a court of law. This much is certain: The standard of evidence to ruin a man’s reputation cannot be zero.

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The Trump administration views China’s and Russia’s cyber capabilities as a national security threat. Congressional committees have a responsibility to oversee US efforts to establish dominance in cyberspace.

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Scrutiny surrounding allegations of misconduct against Judge Brett Kavanaugh has intensified. Experts discuss how the Judiciary Committee should proceed with his nomination.

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