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.
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.
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).
Please join us at AEI this Friday as Beatrice Beebe presents her pioneering research on mother-infant interactions, followed by a discussion with Katharine Stevens.
Crown Prince Mohammed should not get away with murder, but Saudi Arabia is not alone in countering Iranian influence or fighting al Qaeda.
It is long past time the US political debate moved on to address the reality and potential of Iraq today rather than continuing to treat it merely as a political football in the American context or a diplomatic and military game board on which to confront Iran.
While there are reasons to doubt Sen. Dean Heller’s (R-NV) lead, it would be wrong to dismiss it. This race appears to be going down to the wire.
Instead of interfering with wholesale power markets, the administration should work with Congress to protect the national power grid directly.
Hurricane Michael swept through Florida destroying homes and leaving thousands without power. Experts discuss President Trump’s role as “consoler in chief” in the wake of the hurricane.
After the disappearance of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi, President Trump has arranged talks between his administration and the Saudi monarch. Experts discuss why the situation has become a significant issue for the US-Saudi relationship.
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.
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?
Advances in tech policy have been possible partly because it has not been a topline issue in elections, but going forward that could change.
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.