A panel of physicians, authors, and public policy experts will discuss the effects of marijuana legalization on psychosis, poverty, and public health.
Join AEI and leading scholars for drinks and a debate on whether Betsy DeVos’ proposed Title IX regulations on sexual harassment are a step in the right direction. After listening to the debaters’ arguments, attendees will vote to decide the winner.
This event has been postponed. Please join AEI for a discussion with Rep. Mike Levin (D-CA) and Rep. Brad Wenstrup (R-OH) on how to craft legislation that empowers veterans in life after service.
Please join AEI for a discussion on the Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of the Congo and what should be done to fight it.
Many congregants remain in communities after their local congregation has departed raising the question: how might the departure of churches affect the religious lives and communities of those left behind?
Critics are bashing it as a forum for Christian haters of gay rights, but that’s all wrong.
Using real-world evidence to get better information for price negotiations isn’t perfect, but tying pharmaceutical prices to what others pay outside the US isn’t either. Examining healthcare data and assessing value in practice would benefit patients as well as budgets.
President Trump will meet with China’s Xi Jinping to discuss trade, technology, and US-China relations during the 2019 G20 summit in Osaka, Japan. Experts discuss the approaching summit and US-China relations.
What is the future of the transatlantic partnership between the US and Germany? AEI’s Danielle Pletka debates the issue with Ralf Fücks of the Center Liberale Moderne, moderated by Paul-Anton Krüger.
It would be great if the FOMC were the only thing preventing the American economy from growing like it did in the 1960s. But it’s demographics that explain why it’s so much harder to generate fast growth today than decades ago.
Beto O’Rourke’s suggestion that neither the Pentagon nor America’s political leadership fully accounts for what is the full cost of going to war on the men and women who wage our wars, and his further suggestion that a tax would bring home to Americans that fuller reality, is belied by the fact that, budget wise, the VA is not struggling.
It’s time to acknowledge that without better oversight and management of humanitarian assistance, their well-intentioned work may go to waste — or worse, prolong the very crises this aid is intended to ameliorate.