As Russian actions in Syria and Ukraine challenge US leadership around the globe, Vladimir Kara-Murza provides his vital perspective on the drivers of Putin’s foreign and domestic policy.
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.
We need a “three-theater” construct to address geopolitical realities and allow for flexible and effective force planning.
Russia now has a major airbase in Syria and could soon add to its growing Middle East presence. Will Russia answer the call to strike ISIS in Iraq, if the West does not?
AEI President Arthur Brooks discusses the ability of conservatism to bring people out of poverty.
Whatever the future holds, the high-water mark for freedom in Hong Kong may already be in the rear-view mirror.
It turns out that Beijing is not the only player in the burgeoning strategic competition in Southeast Asia.
Simply put, if schools cannot cover their capital costs, they cannot serve families and students.
There has been some slowdown in US productivity growth, according to Goldman Sachs, but it may be far less dramatic than shown in the official government data.
Dodd-Frank has existed for five years — scholar Peter Wallison reflects on the controversial act, its impact on small business, and the future of regulation.
School choice advocates have grown adept at passing voucher programs, but to truly succeed, they need to focus on the supply side by getting betters means of financing into the hands of school entrepreneurs.
While Donald Trump’s tax plan bears a superficial resemblance to the Reagan agenda, Reagan would never have proposed something so transparently infeasible.