House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-WI) joins AEI Asness Chair in Applied Liberty Jonah Goldberg for a timely discussion on the importance of maintaining constitutional principles and mediating institutions in a period of populist and tribalist upheaval.
Join AEI for a discussion on how the US should both prepare for a new era of great-power competition with Russia, China, and Iran and tackle the thorny problems of North Korea, Syria, and other rogue actors.
New data measuring educational attainment levels show a steady decline in intergenerational economic mobility in the US since 1940.
Will the Supreme Court’s decision in Janus v. AFSCME end teachers’ unions? Well, probably not. But the public sector union landscape is going to change a lot, especially for teachers.
It’s always wise to look below China’s headline economic figures. In the second half of this year, best to focus on components of money supply and bank credit.
As President Trump ratchets up the trade war with China and as he threatens import tariffs on European automobiles, there are many reasons to be concerned about intensified U.S. trade protection.
From October 17–19, 2018, we will host the AEI Leadership Network Midwest Summit at the Marriott Marquis in Chicago, Illinois.
AEI Director of Russian Studies Leon Aron discusses the pleasantries exchanged at the Trump-Putin Summit.
Theatrics play a large role in the diplomacy between two world powers in Helsinki. Experts discuss America’s diplomatic relationship with Russia preceding the Trump-Putin summit on CNBC’s Squawk Box.
The July 16, 2018 meeting between US President Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin is not the first high-level, high stakes meeting between these two nations Helsinki, Finland has hosted.
Instead of copying a model of internet regulation that has failed in India, California policymakers should welcome economic instruments that make internet access more affordable.
President Trump is to meet with Vladimir Putin in Helsinki, Finland this morning. Experts discuss what needs to be done for this summit to be considered successful for both countries.