Under Secretary for Policy at the Department of Transportation Derek Kan outlines the details of the Trump administration’s infrastructure plan. Following his remarks, AEI’s R. Richard Geddes will lead a discussion among infrastructure policy experts to review the main elements of the proposal and the future of US infrastructure policy.
Our fellow Americans who disagree with us are not our enemies. They are our fellow Americans who differ with us. And we should not put up with politicians, on the left or right, who can’t seem to understand this.
Many Western diplomats, journalists, and academics have long seen South Africa as a model for tolerance and development. But, the South Africa of Mandela is over, and the country is increasingly signaling that it will decline into Zimbabwe version 2.0.
Jonah ventures back into rankest of rank punditry with National Review senior political correspondent Jim Geraghty.
When the Clinton administration formulated the notion of rogue regime, they defined it as a country that embraced terrorism, was governed by an undemocratic cabal, and did not abide by the norms of diplomacy. Just how much of a rogue regime has Turkey become?
Sometimes the people start a revolution and throw the bum out. More often members of the inner circle do it for them. This is Putin and Xi’s life now. I almost feel sorry for them.
As chancellor of the City Colleges of Chicago, Cheryl Hyman implemented an ambitious program of systemwide reform called Reinvention. The program doubled graduation rates, improved transfer rates, and streamlined connections between college and careers.
The Aspen Institute’s ideological approach to education ‘consensus’ seems geared to alienate teachers and conservatives.
The United States faces a renewed period of great power competition, and the National Security Council, the principle institution for presidential national security decision-making, needs to be up to the task.
Many pundits and policymakers not only continue to treat Iraq and Iraqis as a partisan football, but perpetuate false myths about its run-up and aftermath.