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How do we design policy to ensure both higher wage growth and a more equal distribution of benefits in the face of rapid technological advances?

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Rep. J. Randy Forbes (R-VA) sits down with former Sen. Jim Talent (R-MO) to discuss the security challenge China’s military modernization and expansion pose to the United States and its allies.

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What will it take to ensure the success of the Internet Assigned Numbers Authority transition? Rep. John Shimkus remarks on the DOTCOM Act to provide congressional oversight.

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The next president will make choices about the US military that will define American hard power for much of the 21st century.

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On July 28th, the Conservative Reform Network launched “Room To Grow: A Series,”a collection of 18 policy essays, covering everything from immigration to cronyism to poverty. They just released their first three essays on higher education, the environment and entrepreneurship.

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The Conservative Reform Network (CRN) launched its Room to Grow Series on Tuesday afternoon at Google’s Washington, DC headquarters with a panel discussion on start-ups and entrepreneurship featuring James Pethokoukis, author of the CRN’s “Start-Ups and Entrepreneurship” briefing book.

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Critics are up in arms about the World Cup gender gap. The prize money for women is far less than for men. Commentators attribute the gap to sexism and structural inequities. Could they be right? Let’s review the evidence.

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U.S. President Barack Obama shakes hands with the Emir of Qatar Sheikh Tameem bin Hamad Al Thani while hosting the six-nation Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) at Camp David in Maryland May 14, 2015.  From left are Bahrain Crown Prince Salman bin Hamad Al-Khalifa, Oman Deputy Prime Minister Sayyid Fahd bin Mahmoud Al Said, the Emir of Kuwait Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmed Al-Jaber Al-Sabah, Obama, Emir of Qatar Sheikh Tameem bin Hamad Al Thani, Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Nayef and Secretary General of the Gulf Cooperation Council Abdul Latif bin Rashid Al Zayani. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque   -

If the nuclear agreement is still in place by January 2017, the next president will confront a host of strategic issues set off by the deal’s implementation.

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Kurdish People's Protection Units (YPG) fighters take up positions inside a damaged building in al-Vilat al-Homor neighborhood in Hasaka city, as they monitor the movements of Islamic State fighters who are stationed in Ghwayran neighborhood in Hasaka city, Syria July 22, 2015. Reuters

If aid is given to the Kurds, a similar quantity should be supplied directly to the YPG. That is, of course, if the White House and Pentagon actually wish to defeat the Islamic State.

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Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif smiles during his meeting with Iraqi Foreign Minister Ibrahim al-Jaafari in Baghdad, July 27, 2015. REUTERS/Ahmed Saad

Hamas is a new wrinkle in Iran’s growing contest with Saudi Arabia. Iran is not reacting well, unsurprisingly, to Hamas’ July 17 meeting with the Saudi king, crown prince and defense minster, the first such talks between the two sides for years.

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Iranian-made Fateh 110 (Conqueror) (L) and Persian Gulf (R) missiles are seen next to a portrait of Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei at a war exhibition held by Iran's revolutionary guard to mark the anniversary of the Iran-Iraq war (1980-88). Reuters

A discussion on the newly made nuclear deal and future relations between the U.S. and Iran.

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Charter schools are not monolithic institutions and should not be treated as such.

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One reason we have made such little progress on tax reform is that scoring methods do not account for the impact that sound proposals would have on the overall economy.

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