Jonah invites fellow conservative history geek Matt Continetti of the Washington Free Beacon to explore the past, present, and future of conservatism as an ideology and as a movement.
I hope the State Department and USAID, and the OECD country equivalents and the World Bank, are each in the door already discussing carrots and sticks for the new Mnangagwa administration.
Here’s one idea for my fellow conservatives out there: Find the few things Trump is doing well that no good liberal could object to.
Some observers are describing the repeal of the mandate as a tax increase. In reality, the repeal is a tax cut, though not a sensible one.
If the FCC’s draft Restoring Internet Freedom Order lives up to its billing, there will be more innovation, network investment, and competition on the internet, and better transparency and economic reasoning at the FCC.
I am convinced we must ask, “How we can rebuild an economy and a society that needs everyone?” This question is the “why” of my work — and it’s why I am so thankful to work at AEI.
Without Merkel effectively at the helm, there is the all-too-real danger that Europe will lack the political will to provide Italy with sufficient financial support to keep that country in the euro.
An over-indebted Italian economy needs a coherent and reform-minded government to get the country quickly onto a higher economic growth path.
The world is on its way to ending traffic, and that’s in part thanks to the pioneering work of transportation researcher and thought leader David Levinson. In this episode, we discuss how autonomous vehicles and other breakthrough tech will affect the future of transportation, and how infrastructure policy can keep up with the coming changes.
Democracies should demonstrate their power by investing in themselves and each other while holding all kleptocratic dictatorships to a higher standard. When democracies lead, the world follows.