Unless Trump changes course quickly, not only will NATO not adapt to the realities of the 21st century by strengthening its European pillar, it will become irrelevant.
One would also think that at a time that the Chinese economy is slowing and Italian developments are raising the prospect of a return of the U.S. sovereign debt crisis, the last thing that the U.S. economy needs is a full-blown Brazilian economic and financial crisis.
A closer look reveals at least five political and economic reasons why the EU imposes record-breaking fines on US tech companies.
This issue of AEI’s Political Report provides public opinion context for the hearings that will be held on Brett Kavanaugh’s nomination to the Supreme Court by looking at attitudes toward the Court and at views on Roe v. Wade and the legality of abortion. In addition, we examine public views about democracy.
If President Trump wants to shut down the critics of his performance this week in Helsinki and strengthen U.S. national security, he can do so with one bold move: Announce he is moving out most U.S. forces currently stationed in Germany and sending them to Poland.
Despite what we hear about nothing being made in America anymore, and how the US manufacturing sector has been hollowed out and decimated, data released today by the BEA reveal that US factories produced more output during the first quarter of this year than any quarter in US history. US manufacturing is alive and well.
Unemployment has only been at or below 4.0 percent twice since 1960: from 1966 to 1969, and during the economic boom at the end of the Clinton administration in 1999-2000. Experts discuss the current job market compared to that of the Clinton Administration.
The administrative agencies of the US executive branch are gradually taking over the legislative role of Congress, adding thousands of laws each year outside the purview of Congress.
All the FDA has to do is allow Pharmacy Checker to do its job and tell the American people about it.
The US tax reform unilaterally took steps to address profit shifting, base erosion, and non-taxation of multinational income, creating strong incentives for firms to locate real economic activity in the US, as well as profits and intangible incomes.