Arthur Brooks, Ed Gillespie, and Kristen Soltis Anderson discuss with moderator Marc Thiessen the importance of and need for a conservative message that speaks to voters’ hearts and minds.
Afghanistan is no longer on a path toward stability and security. It is, rather, developing the conditions for a return of Islamist terrorists with global ambitions.
Emerging technologies – and the creative thinking that often accompanies them – can have a profoundly positive impact on healthcare and medicine. There are a number of key hurdles to overcome, however.
In a letter to the editor of the Financial Times, Desmond Lachman notes that further dollar appreciation may cause turmoil in emerging markets that have large corporate debt stocks denominated in dollars.
The U.S. ban on the exports of crude oil is a distortionary government policy that increases refining costs and product prices.
A discussion on the ongoing struggle against ISIS, and challenges to the US interrogation policies.
The next president’s policy toward South Asia will determine, in large part, if democratic gains made in Asia since the end of the Cold War can be consolidated.
China is no longer burning carbon as fast it can and is unlikely to resume doing so. Therefore, Beijing’s behavior does not justify President Barack Obama’s recent climate proposal.
Presentation papers from AEI’s event: Matching all students to postsecondary opportunities: How college choice is influenced by institutional, state, and federal policy
AEI’s Andrew P. Kelly, College Board’s Jessica Howell, and Seton Hall University’s Carolyn Sattin-Bajaj host a major research conference that explores college match, featuring eight new studies and analyses.
The e-mail scandal is impacting Hillary Clinton’s presidential aspirations.
There is common ground on Capitol Hill on the question of the Iran deal. Finding it, and sending it to the president, is the right call.