Deputy Assistant Secretary for Cyber and International Communications and Information Policy Robert Strayer discusses the importance of securing 5G wireless networks internationally.
Energy-dependent growth in the Middle East and North Africa region, whether in traditional oil and gas exports or petrochemical production and global refinery operations, will be sensitive to shifts in Asian economies and new technology and efficiency innovation.
AEI’s Daniel A. Cox sits down with Joanna Piacenza, features editor at Morning Consult, to discuss the politics of white evangelical Protestants and how President Trump measures up.
Is America going to war with Iran? What is John Bolton up to? What does Cyrus the Great have to do with it? AEI scholar Ken Pollack joins The Remnant to answer these and other questions.
In Chicago, the metric Freshman OnTrack is more predictive of high school graduation than 8th grade test scores, neighborhood, race, or family income.
Generational pride is the cheapest form of identity politics.
Over the past two weeks, a cascade of events has made AEI’s upcoming event on the future of 5G extremely timely. Claude Barfield poses some questions he hopes the experts will tackle.
Since the practice of Memorial Day first began, we have asked ourselves two questions: How to remember and honor the sacrifice of our military dead, and how to understand the relationship between the dead, the nation for which they died, and the living.
Network matching would be an effective solution to the most common instances of surprise billing and compares favorably to many of the most commonly discussed alternative approaches.
We know that war with the People’s Republic of China could happen. But how might it end? Could considering better negotiating strategies inform current approaches to Beijing?
Imbalances in household chores are real, but polls suggest that they are a minor irritant in most American households.