A seminal bipartisan report from AEI’s American Internationalism Project released at this event provides a comprehensive consensus on America’s role in the world.
Prominent scholars from across the political spectrum unveil a consensus plan for reducing poverty and increasing opportunity.
This forum about medical malpractice and defensive medicine will examine recent research that suggests several empirical cracks in the conventional storyline.
This event has been postponed.
As we have seen with other controversial issues, persistent use of the bully pulpit can sway opinion.
Resident Scholar Stan Veuger discusses the health of the US economy.
Sometimes you can learn something about today’s world from a history book
Relax on the holidays, if you like — but give thanks if you have found useful and satisfying work.
The vast majority of Americans don’t and will never have a nexus to terrorist activity. They shouldn’t, therefore, have their lives subjected to any monitoring or data collection, no matter how insignificant government actors claim it is.
The 21st Conference of the Parties begins Monday in Paris. Here’s the climate evidence to keep in mind.
My comments at a recent debate on the minimum wage at Northwood University in Michigan are summarized here with my top ten reasons that market-determined wages are better than government-mandated minimum wages.
The international community will be a more dangerous place if the West abandons its leadership role to the Putins of the world.