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.
During School Choice Week 2015, AEI’s Rick Hess, Senator Tim Scott, Thomas Stewart, and Patrick Wolf discuss Stewart and Wolf’s new book, “The School Choice Journey,” and why promoting school choice is important to expanding the range of education opportunities for every student in the United States.
If Mr. Erdoğan truly wants to know why Turkey’s European Union membership has gone nowhere, perhaps he might consider what everyone besides him realizes.
With the almost certain prospect of a Syriza government, there is an even greater possibility that Greece will be forced out of the Euro. This would inflict substantial damage upon the rest of the European economy.
Isolation is an impossibility in a globalized world, and calls for it to turn inward will only lead to a marginalized Japan.
Here’s an opportunity for President Obama to leave behind a relationship with India that is stronger than the one he inherited.
With new laws passed by the Obama administration “normalizing” our relationship with Cuba what will change for the people of Cuba?
Competency-based education, in which credit is provided on the basis of student learning rather than credit or clock hours, is starting to gain traction with educators and policymakers, but many questions about it remain to be answered.
Without Texas, the rest of the country employs 275,000 fewer Americans today than in December 2007. Meanwhile, the Lone Star State has added 1.44 million jobs over the last seven years, and gets credit for being solely responsible for the over net increase of 1.2 million US jobs since the start of the Great Recession.
The Single Point of Entry strategy has recently been used to deal with issues regarding failed banks. However, it seems there might be better ways to handle failed banks in the future.
The head of the British defense staff, General Sir Nick Houghton, said last month that the world is becoming a more dangerous, less certain, less predictable, and more unstable place. The dangers are swirling around out there, what Macaulay called the red whirlwind, and Americans and American interests are, inevitably, swept up into it.
Repealing Obamacare could — although wouldn’t necessarily — result in more people dying. But it clearly would not be immoral.