Chief of Naval Operations Admiral John Richardson discusses the challenges facing the US Navy with AEI’s Jim Talent.
The fourth installment of AEI’s Philanthropic Freedom Project features Dina Habib Powell of Goldman Sachs, who will discuss the convergence of business and impact in today’s philanthropic landscape.
Puerto Rico’s economic and financial crisis continues to deepen. Our expert panel will discuss the pressing financial, economic, and political issues and recommended actions.
AEI’s John Yoo and a panel of experts discuss his new edited volume “Liberty’s Nemesis: The Unchecked Expansion of the State,” which highlights challenges posed by executive branch–sponsored growth in federal powers and possible reforms to address the growth of the administrative state.
Agricultural policy experts come together to review the performance of the 2014 Farm Bill following the second anniversary of its passage.
With Tokyo taking a two-year seat on the U.N. Security Council this month, the time is ripe for a new trilateral initiative among the United States, the United Kingdom, and Japan.
The fear of a world-wide explosion in Zika infections carried by Olympic attendees who return from Brazil with the virus has all the makings of a Hollywood disaster movie. The 2014 Ebola pandemic stemming from an outbreak in West Africa showed how unprepared the world was for biological threats.
Will Trump attack 43 on the campaign trail and try to draw him into the debate?
The World Health Organization (WHO) recently declared the Zika virus a global health emergency. Zika is particularly dangerous to pregnant women, as it has been linked to birth defects and developmental disabilities in babies.
Today, President Obama released his fiscal budget for 2017. From Social Security to tuition-free community college, what will it actually mean for the next year in public policy?
The federal government is largely responsible for the outsized role of standardized tests in public schools. Fortunately, signs are evident that a measured course correction is underway.
The 2017 defense budget bets on third offset strategy technological breakthroughs, but the Army, Navy, Air Force, and Marines worry about the wars of today.
How could anyone not be a great believer in competitive, market-driven capitalism?
Military power is the foundation of America’s foreign policy and America must have robust tools of power to succeed. It will take two things to rebuild America’s armed forces: reform of the Pentagon, and more funding invested in end strength and new inventory.
John Kasich is campaigning in New Hampshire on passing a balanced budget amendment to the Constitution. There are two reasons conservatives might lack enthusiasm for this.