Chief of Naval Operations Admiral John Richardson discusses the challenges facing the US Navy with AEI’s Jim Talent.
The fourth installment of AEI’s Philanthropic Freedom Project features Dina Habib Powell of Goldman Sachs, who will discuss the convergence of business and impact in today’s philanthropic landscape.
How do economists say “I Love You” on Valentine’s Day this Sunday? Find out here.
Could there be a presidential race between two anti-establishment candidates?
As drone technology explodes, government regulation should proceed cautiously.
Puerto Rico’s economic and financial crisis continues to deepen. Our expert panel will discuss the pressing financial, economic, and political issues and recommended actions.
The United States and Europe face mounting threats of terrorist attacks in their homelands directed or inspired by al Qaeda and the Islamic State in Iraq and al Sham (ISIS). The conflicts in the Middle East have destabilized the region and are feeding sectarianism globally, creating conditions ripe for al Qaeda and ISIS recruitment and expansion.
Both Hillary and Sanders complain about a 300-to-1 CEO-to-worker pay ratio, but the average CEO makes only 4.4 more than the average worker.
After crushing victories by Trump and Sanders in the New Hampshire primaries, it looks like there could be a presidential race between two anti-establishment candidates. AEI Visiting Fellow, Ramesh Ponnuru, explains the impact of their victories and how the Democratic and Republican parties could respond.
AEI’s John Yoo and a panel of experts discuss his new edited volume “Liberty’s Nemesis: The Unchecked Expansion of the State,” which highlights challenges posed by executive branch–sponsored growth in federal powers and possible reforms to address the growth of the administrative state.
Historical context for the New Hampshire Republican primary results
Following the two year anniversary of its enactment, the 2014 Farm Bill’s costs have far exceeded original projections due to a variety of inefficient policies.
The more we can encourage and enable families to stay in the labor force, and invest in themselves and the human capital of their children, the better the outcomes for our future generations.
Characterizing our fight against the Islamic State group as one that does not and will not involve “combat troops” is a disservice to the men and women who are, at present, facing combat in the Middle East. It is a political trope that no one who is serious about defeating the Islamic State will be able to keep.