Senate Finance Committee Chairman Orrin Hatch outlines his vision for how America can succeed in today’s global economy by focusing on trade.
AEI’s Center for Internet, Communications, and Technology Policy looks at the top tech policy issues of 2015, featuring a keynote address by Sen. John Thune.
The latest from the AEIdeas blog.
The widely-touted “strong” US employment data and a falling unemployment rate are not going to be enough to push the Fed either to hint at or to execute a much-discussed, mid-year rate boost.
The ECB’s new program of bond buying has a slim chance of quickly turning around the European economy. Hopefully, policymakers will look to additional policies such as labor market reforms to spur growth.
What the White House took with one hand — new drilling in Alaska — it gave with the other. And what it gave seems pretty significant, opening up a new coastal region to energy exploration. But the swap may not be all it seems to be.
Obama can’t leave his comfort zone. No president since Woodrow Wilson has been as enamored of abstract ideas or more sure that disagreement with him is proof of ignorance, bad faith or dogmatism
If in future School Choice Weeks we hope to celebrate the continued expansion of private school choice, policymakers will have to think of ways to channel more money to participating private schools.
President Obama declined to meet Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu during his visit to the United States in March. Meanwhile, a former Obama campaign strategist starts working in Israel as an adviser to a group determined to unseat Israeli leader Netanyahu. Coincidence?
Both the Greek and German governments will be highly constrained when negotiating to keep Greece in the Eurozone, meaning compromise remains an elusive goal.