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Please join AEI for the release of Robert M. Collins’ new report “Organization and Guidance Department: Control Tower of Human Rights Denial” and a discussion on North Korea’s most influential department.

Please join AEI for the eighth annual Walter Berns Constitution Day Lecture, as James Stoner Jr. traces out the various connections between American constitutionalism, the common law, and approaches to interpreting the Constitution.

Is war really necessary to drive and diffuse technological progress? Or is it the opposite?

In particular, it seems unlikely that the policy substance that populists have brought to the forefront will go anywhere anytime soon.

Woman of many talents Mary Eberstadt joins the Remnant to discuss “Primal Screams,” her latest book, which advances a theory about the connection between family breakdown and the rise of modern identity politics.

Yemen’s Iran-backed Houthi rebels claimed responsibility for strikes against two of Saudi Arabia’s largest oil facilities on September 14, but the US has said there is no evidence the attacks came from Yemen, instead blaming Iran. So who’s really responsible? And should the US respond?

A great lady disappeared from our lives today. Cokie Roberts was beautiful, inside and out.

The causes of today’s housing shortage continue to be misdiagnosed and the prescriptions misguided.

Discarded oil barrels seen being used to protect a wall in a rural area nearby Santiago city, February 16, 2015. Reuters

Most of Europe is almost totally dependent on imports to meet its oil demand. As such both its overall economy and its balance of payments is likely to be harder hit by the Saudi Arabian oil price shock than is the United States.

There are many available actions regarding China which are more focused and, often, stronger than tariffs. But both the Trump administration and his 2020 opponents have neglected them, even when directed by Congress.

Don’t panic about populism. And don’t overreact. The populist threat just requires a more mundane response: patience.

At the start of each school year, we get the two major annual polls on K-12 education. This year, the surveys were rife with provocative findings.

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