Join AEI, Duke University School of Law, and the University of Virginia School of Law, as several expert panels examine how altruism, community, and self-interest are (and could be) harnessed to create and distribute goods and services.
Republicans have not been successful at replacing Obamacare, but they are not ready for a complete surrender. That’s why they are unlikely to go along with a deal that shores up Obamacare while doing nothing to move it in the direction they want.
Recent books and political trends have brought the social and economic hardships of rural America into the public eye. Academic scholars and policy experts provide their analyses of contemporary rural poverty and attendant public policies aimed at addressing it.
Outside the United States, PPPs are now the standard method of delivering and maintaining infrastructure, with a proven record of success. A major educational effort for public officials in the use of alternative delivery methods is called for, not a resignation to third-world infrastructure.
President Trump is criticized, often justly, for misstatements of facts and failure to understand the details of public policy. But in two of his most recent controversial actions, he has taken stands upholding the rule of law and undoing the lawless behavior of his most recent predecessor.
Against the backdrop of so much financial hardship, it is well past time Kurds demanded the return of stolen assets. The true peshmerga who fought on the frontlines (rather than those who claimed to be peshmerga but traded oil with the Islamic State) deserve no less.
Christopher Barrett testified before the Senate Committee on Foreign Relations about modernizing the Food for Peace Program. He discussed what the best recent research tells us about current United States international food aid and assistance policies and the ways in which the United Sates Government might more effectively use those policies and resources to address global food insecurity.
Absent a much more comprehensive deal on health care, the GOP should not agree to fund cost-sharing reduction payments beyond 2018.
In multiple policy areas, there is immense potential for all levels of government to harness the power of data to maximize the impact of taxpayer dollars and improve services for the public. Much of the country’s administrative data is underappreciated, underdeveloped, and underused.
Senate Foreign Relations Committee Chairman Bob Corker (R-TN) and experts discuss food aid reforms outlined in a new AEI report, “International Food Aid and Food Assistance Programs and the Next Farm Bill.”
Empowering ATF to ban firearms devices without explicit authorization from Congress is a far greater threat to the Second Amendment than any legislation Congress could pass.
As concern has grown about the competitive impact of the proposed merger between Sprint and T-Mobile, it’s important to remember that there is no magic number of participants that renders a market competitive — it depends on a whole range of other factors.