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The major point of agreement among Trump’s conservative critics is an important one: They think that he doesn’t have the character to lead the country well. But that agreement is not a substitute for having a clear and unified sense of where they want the Republican Party, and the country, to go.

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Without a U.S.-led initiative to limit Iran’s regional sway, U.S. allies will act on their own and escalate regional crises.

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Universities can reclassify their tuition waivers as scholarships and avoid major tax consequences.

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So while India strains corporate relations due to IP theft and risks health due to dodgy quality medicines, it is increasingly the strategic partner of choice in the region. After all, it’s hard to sustain tension with the two most populous countries in the world at the same time.

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It’s a realistic possibility that after the Trump years a Democrat takes office in 2025 at a time of trillion-dollar budget deficits and a historically high national debt. What would that Democratic president do?

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The Obama administration launched an ambitious agenda to cut the cost and improve the quality of the health care patients receive. How well has the Obama-era delivery reform agenda worked, and what should current policymakers do to modify this agenda?

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Republicans are right to ignore, for now, the potential effects of the pay-as-you-go act on their tax legislation, as they had no role in the enactment of the law in the first place and can fix the problem later.

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We investigate whether two legislative changes aimed at empowering women lowered the risk of domestic violence for women in India.

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This debate is the topic of an upcoming event here at AEI on November 27, beginning at 1:30 PM. We hope you can join us.

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Mohammad bin Salman, Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince, recently organized a corruption crackdown in Saudi Arabia which detained over 150 individuals. Pollack discusses the aims of the Saudi Crown Prince.

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The rapid rise of India’s pharma industry has not been matched by quality production. The Indian government protects its industry at all costs, and corruption is widespread.

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