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The Senate filibuster and the threat of its use have grown in importance since the early 20th century. But has it grown too powerful? Please join AEI as a panel of scholars and experts discuss the merits and drawbacks of maintaining, reforming, or abolishing the Senate filibuster.

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Join AEI on Wednesday, September 27, as Daniel Koretz discusses his new book, “The Testing Charade: Pretending to Make Schools Better” (University of Chicago Press, 2017), and an expert panel debates the merits of high-stakes testing.

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A range of experts will outline the most pressing challenges facing Europe today and offer political, economic, and foreign policy solutions.

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Join AEI and the Brookings Institution as E. J. Dionne Jr., Norman Ornstein, and Thomas Mann discuss their new book, “One Nation After Trump: A Guide for the Perplexed, the Disillusioned, the Desperate, and the Not-Yet Deported” (St. Martin’s Press, 2017).

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A successful US tour will not be enough to overcome doubts about Rahul Gandhi’s political future.

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If the US expects tyrannies to reform, terrorist states to give up their arms and dictatorships to embrace democracy, counting on one person to pull it off won’t be enough.

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Michael Rubin believes the planned referendum of Kurdistan Region, set to be held on Monday September 25, is to avert attentions from the economic crisis of the Kurdistan Region, denying any nationalistic inclinations behind the attempt.

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The Kurds may want to take their own fate into their hands but the second- and third-order effects the referendum initiates will be formidable.

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Less than half of poor Americans age 18 to 55 (just 26 percent) and 39 percent of working-class Americans are currently married.

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It’s time for alumni to recognize their annual checks, capital campaign commitments, and end-of-life behests do more harm than good and are killing the educational institutions which they hold so dear or to which they might feel obliged to give back.

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Teachers with excessive absences cause problems for their students, and their peers need to acknowledge this. It will be hard for teachers to earn the esteem they seek until those who claim to speak for the profession start to grow up.

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FCC toll-free numbers

An intriguing FCC proposal embraces a market-based solution to the problem of allocating toll-free numbers.

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Authoritarians are attacking democratic values in subtle and direct ways. Here’s what democracies need in order to fight back against the authoritarian menace.

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Many have long suspected that Millennials are a generation of “snowflakes” afraid of words they disagree with. Now, sadly, we have the data to prove it — and good reason to fear for the day when they run our country.

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