Private organizations are doing important and innovative work to help connect Americans with jobs and to make the labor market work for all Americans.
Before Democratic presidential candidates take the stage for their first primary debate, a panel of experts discuss America’s rapidly changing demography and implications for the 2016 election and beyond.
The death of Brigadier General Hossein Hamedani and any subsequent loss of momentum for Iran in Syria could could serve to benefit the US and its partners in the region.
Serious questions remain about who is driving the Russian-Iranian campaign in Syria. There is a high risk the answer will ultimately not be favorable to Tehran.
This morning the Nobel committee shined a light on the one bright spot in the Middle East. It should inspire us not to give up on the rest of the region.
The statistic that federal employees earn 78 percent more than private sector employees and the statistic that women earn 23 percent less than men are similar for one reason. Both are misleading.
To overcome the bottleneck of the process of European construction, the functionalist solution pursued until now, is no longer enough. We must rediscover, within European political thought itself, some cultural trends that dissent from that technocratical uniformity of which Brussels is the last agonizing manifestation.
The latest from James Pethokoukis and the AEIdeas blog.
Resident Scholar Norman Ornstein discusses the chaos within the GOP’s race for speaker and how that disarray expands beyond Washington in the form of a hectic primary season on the Republican side.
The long-term solution to the problem of Syria is the building of a system of representative and just government.
Norway’s sovereign wealth fund, financed by oil revenues, is more than a piggy bank for a rainy day. It’s a tool to help spur economic growth in the face of declining energy revenues.