What are the most promising strategies for encouraging innovation and creating conditions that allow schools to reach their full potential?
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.
For Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei there remains an even scarier prospect than Russia caving on Assad: A Russia not very keen on an Iran-driven Syria Plan B.
AEI President Arthur Brooks discusses the various economic issues afflicting the nation and the path forward to solve those problems, namely opportunity.
Good diplomacy goes hand-in-hand with good intelligence, but the corruption of intelligence can occur in many ways.
In the fight against ISIS, it would be unjust for the United States – or for anyone – to ally itself with such evil as Assad or Putin.
While Democrats across the country see Edwards’ victory as a hopeful sign for the 2016 presidential election, school choice advocates are rightfully concerned about the future of choice in the Pelican State.
Releasing detailed tax plans so early in the race is not a winning strategy for GOP candidates.
AEI Scholar Alex Pollock makes his case for enacting a control board in Puerto Rico to enact various economic reforms before Congress today.
Under the United States Constitution, Congress has sovereignty over territories and the clear authority to create such a Control Board. In my opinion, with Puerto Rico’s severe and longstanding financial problems, Congress also has the responsibility to do so.
Voter turnout is always important in presidential campaigns, and one way to measure it is to ask voters how enthusiastic they are about voting in the election.
The authors answer some questions regarding their recently published article on price and non-price signals of drug quality.