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Join AEI for a discussion of Alex Pollock’s new book, “Finance and Philosophy: Why We’re Always Surprised” (Paul Dry Books, 2018), in which Mr. Pollock provides a concise and witty account of how bankers and financial regulators think.

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Join AEI as leaders from several prominent health enterprises share their experiences and ideas on how to reform health care to promote higher value and better care.

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Join AEI for a discussion of Peter Wallison’s new book, “Judicial Fortitude: The Last Chance to Rein in the Administrative State” (Encounter Books, 2018).

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Without clear rules laid out for daily questions like how much screen time or how many snacks, we are subject to a constant barrage of begging and whining. And it is making us much less happy as parents.

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The US is facing a shortage of primary care physicians that will only get worse in the coming years. Can nurse practitioners remedy this problem?

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Advances in tech policy have been possible partly because it has not been a top-line issue in elections, but going forward that could change.

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Voters in elections tend to focus on topline policy issues such as the economy and health care, not tech policy, which enjoys considerable bipartisan agreement and offers little opportunity to highlight differences with opponents.

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Brunson’s case may be over but, from origin to resolution, it put a spotlight on the rot in Turkey’s politics and judiciary.

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President Trump lies all the time. But when it comes to the real barometer of presidential truthfulness — keeping his promises — he is a paragon of honesty. For better or worse, since taking office Trump has done exactly what he promised he would.

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In this episode of the Bradley Lecture Series Podcast, Jonathan Last discusses his 2014 book “What to Expect When No One’s Expecting: America’s Coming Demographic Crisis.”  Last predicted that, within two years, the world’s population would begin contracting sharply, with dire economic, political, and cultural implications.

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Journalist dissident Jamal Khashoggi is still missing after entering the Turkish embassy in Saudi Arabia. Experts discuss the investigation to determine what happened to the journalist.

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For US farmers and consumers alike, the new USMCA looks a lot like the old NAFTA, which should be viewed as a great victory for US agriculture.

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International adoption has tumbled more than 70 percent since its peak in 2004. The reasons for this have nothing to do with improved conditions for the many desperate children in these countries.

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Whatever else artificial intelligence is, it cannot replace the human beings at the center of economic life.

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