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Nearly 20 years after the Clinton impeachment, the ongoing Robert Mueller probe has spurred discussion and reflection on America’s “Whitewater” investigation and role of special counsels.

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When I talk to doctoral students in education policy, I’m frequently struck by how little time they tell me they spend reading, thinking, or talking broadly about education.

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From deeply understanding the difference between risk and uncertainty to learning the development of the modern US financial system via the history of Citibank, these two books will enhance your mastery of finance.

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If tariffs lead in the next few years to a smaller bilateral economic relationship, there will be economic pain along the way. That’s still a much better outcome than continued unbalanced market access and mass IP infringement.

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Tens of millions of Americans do not have adequate access to primary care, so lawmakers, hospital administrators, health care systems, and others should remove restrictions on nurse practitioners that limit their scope-of-practice, and physicians should work with nurse practitioners to build a workforce that is more responsive to communities’ health needs.

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Should the major democracies remain at odds over central e-commerce issues, the chances that Beijing’s vision will prevail will be greatly enhanced.

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Please join AEI for the seventh annual Walter Berns Constitution Day Lecture, as Diana J. Schaub, professor of political science at Loyola University Maryland and visiting professor at Harvard University, traces how and why American statesmen from George Washington to Lincoln deliberated about the intersection of science with moral and political questions.

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The Crown Prince is concerned with a young constituency, and his directives to the PIF are largely short-term in scope and high risk. He wants results (and returns) now — what remains of the PIF in twenty or thirty years is less of a public policy priority.

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Fueled by isolationist misconceptions, US policymakers complacently ignore a deepening crisis among emerging market economies.

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President Trump has decided to impose an additional $200 billion of tariffs on Chinese goods. Experts discuss how new tariffs will impact the tense relationship between the US and China.

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Gertrude Himmelfarb speaks about the cultural transformation from Victorian virtues to modern values in a morally relativist society.  She argues that people during the Victorian era developed policies and social norms to encourage hard work, self-reliance, self-respect, and pride in country, while people today have demoralized social debates.

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The lesson should be clear: If any US president wants Middle Eastern peace to be part of his legacy, then he should recognize that peace is seldom made between equals but rather when one side recognizes its military defeat at the hands of the other and understands that military action and terrorism will not bring it the rewards it seeks.

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