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President Trump to deliver a speech on a new National Security Strategy. AEI experts are available for comment.

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Antonio Ledezma describes the political and economic collapse of Venezuela due to populism, corruption, and impunity. Ledezma urges his fellow democrats to unite and seek international support for their cause.

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It’s too early to say for certain that the Nehru-Gandhis are on the verge of political extinction. But as the Congress Party’s string of electoral defeats lengthens, it’s hardly too early to ask whether India has outgrown the idea of being ruled by a member of its most famous political dynasty.

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Much of the conventional wisdom propping up current health policy has in reality ambiguous empirical support.

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Vladimir Putin is a master at manipulating people by telling them what they want to hear. He’s just done it again by announcing a “withdrawal” from Syria while simply resetting his forces there and promoting Russian-led “peace talks” between Bashar al-Assad and regime-tolerated Syrian rebel groups.

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Estonia has been consistently targeted by Moscow’s compatriot policies, information warfare, and various forms of military intimidation.

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Russia’s past aggression toward states along its periphery calls into question what action it might take against Estonia.

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A new options-pricing formula applies to far-out-of-the money put options on the stock market when disaster risk dominates, the size distribution of disasters follows a power law, and the economy has a representative agent with Epstein-Zin utility.

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FCC issues after net neutrality

While it may have become synonymous with net neutrality, the FCC is working on many other important issues, like closing the digital divide, robocalls, process reform, and spectrum.

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The sense of being double outsiders – both political and social – may be understandably hard for many in the Bharatiya Janata Party to overcome. But a slowness to outgrow it has potentially dangerous consequences for India.

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