As Russian actions in Syria and Ukraine challenge US leadership around the globe, Vladimir Kara-Murza provides his vital perspective on the drivers of Putin’s foreign and domestic policy.
Proponents of an interest-rate increase generally treat it as an end in itself, and a tiny increase in the federal funds rate should be thought to be so important either way.
Iranian President Rouhani is finding the going rough as Iran’s conservatives look for ways to hammer him for caving to the Great Satan.
What the ISIS bombings in Aden make clear is that there’s a long fight ahead in Yemen.
A chief concern for 2016 ought to be the development of and investment in the American military.
A new study shows SNAP by itself may not contribute to obesity. It also shows that SNAP does very little to reduce obesity.
New revelations suggest that Vice President Biden may have leaked his conversation with his dying son urging him to run.
Global powers don’t pivot: America needs a military with the capacity and capabilities to simultaneously protect its interests in Europe, East Asia, and the Middle East.
AEI’s new defense report, “To Rebuild America’s Military”, provides a plan for ensuring that the men and women of the armed forces are strong enough to defend their country and have what they need to accomplish their missions.
This seminar will examine the causes of the recent Chinese slowdown and address whether it is a temporary setback or the deflation of real estate and investment bubbles, with worse to come.
Robert Gordon and Joel Mokyr give differing takes on the state of American innovation.
Fixing schools is at the top of most cities’ priority lists. “Measuring Up: Educational Improvement and Opportunity in 50 Cities,” released today by the Center on Reinventing Public Education, provides city leaders with a tool, and a dose of hope, in that effort.