Join AEI and the Brookings Institution as E. J. Dionne Jr., Norman Ornstein, and Thomas Mann discuss their new book, “One Nation After Trump: A Guide for the Perplexed, the Disillusioned, the Desperate, and the Not-Yet Deported” (St. Martin’s Press, 2017).
The federal reserve projected the employment rate at 4.1% for the next two years, but we shouldn’t be using that to measure the labor market. It doesn’t look like Trump will get his 3% GDP.
President Trump delivered a fantastic speech, calling for America first as a global leader in sovereignty instead of the isolationism predicted of him.
This isn’t the first time two AEI scholars were invited to testify at the same hearing to offer different ideas. AEI’s commitment to a competition of ideas and academic freedom results in important contributions to debates around DC (and in our lunchroom).
As Trump speeches go, his address before the UN General Assembly was one of his better efforts. But there was a striking absence in the president’s remarks regarding basic rights and democracy — staples of American presidential foreign policy rhetoric in the past.
A new proposal would allow the State University of New York’s charter schools to bypass the state’s teacher licensure. This proposal has received pushback, which is especially troubling because this plan represents precisely the flexibility charters are supposed to have.
Merkel is now firmly on track toward serving her fourth term in office, with no credible challenger in sight. Nonetheless, important questions about Germany’s future linger.
The adoption of new, proven technologies to enhance the resilience of America’s critical infrastructure has been painfully slow. To address this, new methods of delivery are required, ensuring that revolutionary technologies to enhance infrastructure resilience are actually adopted by state and local governments. The public-private partnership (PPP) is one such method.public
In poll after poll, public perceptions of the economy’s performance are up.
The new Surgeon General has a stellar opportunity to disseminate the full spectrum of evidence on youth vaping and put it in a proper scientific and policy perspective.
American culture is defined by its businesses, and Christian businessmen and woman can speak to the American imagination through counter-cultural entrepreneurship.