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?
Please join AEI’s Naomi Schaefer Riley and a panel of child welfare experts as they discuss the implementation of the Family First Prevention Services Act one year after its passage.
Join a diverse panel of experts as they explore the implications of the upcoming European Parliament elections on the continent’s politics and transatlantic relations.
It’s unclear that the rest of the world is nearly as gung-ho about this tech containment strategy. Nor have the downsides — whether heightened risk of war or economic damage from reworking supply chains and Chinese retaliation — been explained to the American people.
Why are millennials so liberal? How much did the Great Recession hurt millennials specifically? And do we really spend all our money on Chipotle and avocado toast? The Wall Street Journal’s Joseph C. Sternberg joined us to discuss these questions and more.
One must hope that President Bolsonaro soon gets a handle on Brazil’s public finance problems before those problems overwhelm his presidency.
On this episode, economics professor Jonathan Gruber discusses his new book “Jump-Starting America: How Breakthrough Science Can Revive Economic Growth and the American Dream.”
Defending liberty doesn’t always require military might; sometimes it just means neutralizing the threat by leveling the playing field.
The recruitment of youth by armed groups is a global challenge that requires governments to refine their existing countering violent extremism strategies.
Bestselling author Vicky Ward takes us inside the ambitious and corrupt worlds of New York high society & family real estate empires as revealed in her new book “Kushner, Inc.”
U.S. policymakers would make a grave mistake to dismiss the emerging market economies’ diminishing economic prospects as an event occurring abroad with little likely impact on the U.S. economy.
A close look at Common Core offers a number of telling parallels that social and emotional learning proponents would be wise to study.
Please join AEI for a discussion with Joseph Sternberg and an expert panel on his new book, “The Theft of a Decade: How the Baby Boomers Stole the Millennials’ Economic Future” (Public Affairs, 2019).
The OECD recently issued its new book-length report, “Measuring Innovation in Education 2019.” Today, I’ll flag five big questions the report helps answer about international STEM instruction.