Jack P. Shonkoff, director of the Center of the Developing Child at Harvard University, and AEI’s Robert Doar and Katharine Stevens discuss the science of early learning and how it can be harnessed to improve opportunity for disadvantaged children.
A plan is needed to stabilize Greece’s economy and financial system.
Shady deals between Ollanta Humala and Venezuela have caused outrage against the already unpopular Peruvian president.
The weeks leading up to the June 30 deadline for Iran’s negotiations with the P5+1 have been—and will continue to be—a flurry of leaks, accusations, and counter-accusation.
Debate sparks after reports reveal President Obama once referred to himself as the closest thing to a Jewish U.S. President. A discussion of recent U.S. relations with Israel examines if there is any truth in that claim.
Why is blackmail illegal asks Charles Murray? In addition to being a legitimate economic activity, blackmail has beneficial effects, litanies to the contrary notwithstanding, says economist Walter Block.
AEI’s success in educating lawmakers who are enacting real acquisition reform echoes the Institute’s leading role in other areas of defense reform, such as military compensation, base closures, and rightsizing the defense civilian workforce.
A discussion on the United States handling of the fight against ISIS. The White House contends the United States is doing enough to help its allies.
Evidence suggests that megaprojects are highly risky endeavors, whether for investors or taxpayers.
It’s terrible that we’re all trying to guess what the Fed is going to do instead of trying to make financial decisions on the economic realities, and that interest rates depend on their theories instead of on market-clearing prices.
In the wake of Chinese territorial aggression and expansion in the South China Sea, a discussion takes place over what the next step for the United States should be.