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Senate Finance Committee Chairman Orrin Hatch outlines his vision for how America can succeed in today’s global economy by focusing on trade.

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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.

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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.

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U.S. Marines conduct maintenance procedures on aircraft during Forager Fury III at Andersen Air Force Base, Guam, Oct. 2, 2014. Forager Fury is a U.S. Navy and Marine Corps exercise designed to practice and test aviation deployment and operational skills in an austere environment on the islands of Guam and Tinian. (DoD photo by Lance Cpl. Tyler Ngiraswei, U.S. Marine Corps/Released)

AEI teamed up with the Bipartisan Policy Center last July to release a chartbook that examined the numbers behind the cost growth in military compensation in more detail.

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The head of radical leftist Syriza party Tsipras speaks to supporters after winning the elections in Athens

Both the Greek and German governments will be highly constrained when negotiating to keep Greece in the Eurozone, meaning compromise remains an elusive goal.

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The pace of change is accelerating, which create new challenges and insecurities for workers. It also challenges policymakers who may have to rethink some long-held views.

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Almost 30% of workers in the US need a license to do their job. Occupational licensing has increased quite a bit from its 1950s level of 5%.

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California is in the process of implementing a new carbon tax. The notion that states can save the planet from getting too hot is great soap opera. It’s just a way to bring more revenue to state governments regardless of its intent.

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U.S. President Barack Obama shakes hands with India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi (L) at the conclusion of a CEO Roundtable and Forum at the India U.S. Business Summit in New Delhi January 26, 2015. REUTERS/Jim Bourg

If Modi continues to reform the economy and revitalise Indian diplomacy, his honeymoon with Washington will only lengthen.

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With the so-called term premium on the 10-year Treasury yield slumping over the past few months, there is a case to be made that real long rates will remain substantially below real GDP growth for quite some time yet.

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Do we need government regulations to preserve net neutrality? No – the Internet in America works extraordinarily well.

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