Please join AEI as experts discuss the economic and political implications of Brexit for the United Kingdom, Europe, and the United States.
Join us for the Policy Simulation Library DC meeting hosted by AEI’s Open Source Policy Center to learn how computational simulation models are used to inform public policy decision-making.
Join AEI as the authors of “Education for Liberation: The Politics of Promise and Reform Inside and Beyond America’s Prisons” (Rowman & Littlefield, 2019) discuss the challenges and opportunities of programming for incarcerated individuals.
AEI’s Karen Young discusses Pakistan’s relations with the Gulf states and the implications for regional security alongside Ankit Panda, senior editor of The Diplomat, and Alex Vatanka, senior fellow at the Middle East Institute, moderated by Amb. Richard Olson, former ambassador to Pakistan and the UAE, at the US Institute for Peace.
Join AEI’s Kenneth Pollack and retired Lt. Gen. Sean MacFarland for a discussion on building better Arab armed forces.
Around the world, the fortunate have invested in education when seeking to give back. While there’s much to admire about these efforts, they also need more scrutiny than an appreciative public and grateful policy-makers tend to give them.
Cities are still full of opportunity, and the potential for upward advancement is still accessible to those willing to invest in the education needed to take advantage of it.
The FCC’s move to a reverse auction approach for rural broadband subsidies is a good first step. To further improve the subsidy system, they should consider ways to eliminate duplicate subsidies across federal programs and states.
While it is difficult to make long-run economic forecasts, it would seem clear that, to date, Brexit has not been kind to the U.K. economy. Indeed, since the Brexit referendum in June 2016, the U.K. has gone from being the Group of Seven’s (G7’s) fastest-growing economy to its slowest.
The Ocasio-Cortez-Omar-Tlaib wing of the Democratic party seems determined to pursue a platform of socialism, anti-Semitism, and impeachment. Pelosi knows that’s a disaster for Democrats.
The acknowledgment of New York’s $773 million failure won’t stop the turnaround industry from perpetuating itself using any argument ready to hand.
Some panicky pols would temporarily shut down various platforms during events like those in New Zealand. While terrorists take advantage of our open society, they also hate it. Let’s not do their job for them.
Perhaps Mohib’s language was not saccharine enough for diplomatic snowflakes, but he was right. Deep down, almost everyone who has worked in Afghanistan or Iraq can attest that there is a reason why perceptions of impropriety surround Khalilzad in contrast to many other envoys and diplomats before him.
Video games are a fun pastime, but could they also build valuable 3D thinking skills that benefit your career?