This seminar will examine the causes of the recent Chinese slowdown and address whether it is a temporary setback or the deflation of real estate and investment bubbles, with worse to come.
Sen. Tom Cotton (R-AR) sits down with AEI’s Jim Talent to discuss what the next administration needs to do to rebuild America’s military, guided by a new report from AEI’s Marilyn Ware Center for Security Studies.
Former US Assistant Attorney General Viet Dinh remarks on the ongoing “Microsoft Ireland” case, and a follow-up panel discusses its implications for consumer privacy and national security.
Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos has made major concessions to reach an agreement with leftist narcoguerrillas and end a 50-year conflict, and Colombians for the first time appear optimistic about reaching a negotiated peace settlement.
Sixty years ago, the Supreme Court ruled in Brown v. Board of Education II that schools must integrate “with all deliberate speed.”
What we’re doing in the Middle East now isn’t working. And a Russian or Iranian compact to terrorize the region with pet dictators and terrorists will be no better.
15 ways that the military affects your life. Every single day.
When it comes to Russia’s intervention in Syria, the enemy of the enemy of the United States is not its friend.
Education Secretary Arne Duncan announced today that he would resign in December. AEI Education scholars reflect on Duncan’s tenure.
Iranian officials’ insistence on weighing their options could be simply foot-dragging, or a prelude to a more serious effort to game the terms of the JCPOA.
AEI State Farm James Q. Wilson Chair in American Politics and Culture
and Director of Economic Policy Studies Kevin Hassett and Resident Scholar and Jacobs Associate Aparna Mathur share their interpretations of the September jobs report, which was released this morning.
Looking back on twenty-five years of reunified Germany puts the success of EU-level integration in perspective.