American Enterprise Institute (AEI) Resident Scholar Yuval Levin, who directs the Institute’s recently launched Social, Cultural, and Constitutional Studies research division, announced today that several resident and nonresident scholars will be joining AEI to pursue important research work.
It is in the United States’ own economic interest to seek to calm Europe’s troubled economic waters rather than to stir those waters by threatening Europe with the imposition of automobile import tariffs and by cheerleading for a hard Brexit.
Antisemitism is on the rise both in the US and abroad. What explains this renewed phenomenon? Dany and Marc interviewed the director of the Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum to discuss the rise of antisemitism today and the importance of remembering those who lost their lives in the Holocaust.
The Trump administration’s two different approaches to national security decision-making show that presidents ultimately get the process they want – but not necessarily the one they need.
The original preferred stock holders or their successors have hardly “rightly earned” anything. Without the taxpayer’s gratuitous bailout, their investment would have been worthless.
How advocates choose to measure social and emotional learning will play a critical role in shaping the effort’s goals and success.
An addiction crisis forged by prescription pills may give way to a new and perhaps wider disaster.
Governments should resist recommendations from those who believe that current business models represent an end of tech history. The next wave of innovations will come from those who stay out of that bubble.
In yesterday’s The Gartman Letter, a highly regarded daily commentary on the global capital markets, author Dennis Gartman expressed concerns about the ‘excessive’ compensation of the 350 highest-paid CEOs, especially compared to the average worker. Dennis kindly featured my email response to him in his letter today.