In light of the 2007-08 crisis the November 2016 election of Donald Trump as president, one has to wonder whether Americans are in denial about the troubling direction of our country’s economy.
Are some forms of evangelical Protestantism bad for marriage and “good” at fostering domestic violence?
As ISIS loses ground in Iraq and Syria, it will continue to shift its focus to Libya. What kind of a threat does the group pose there, and what can be done to stop it?
The NDAA’s provisions on cooperation with Taiwan should not be read as a radical step designed to poke China in the eye, but as measures intended to bring the Pentagon and the executive back in step with the fundamental laws governing US-Taiwan relations.
In a special bonus episode of Banter, AEI’s director of the Open Source Policy Center (OSPC), Matt Jensen, joined the show to discuss the ongoing tax reform debate and how the center’s models help make tax policy analysis more transparent.
South Africa’s long-term prospects are not going to improve anytime soon no matter who wins the leadership contest.
Russia still has unresolved issues with accepting Ukraine’s right to exist as a nation-state, and Russia is likely to try to keep Ukraine weak and dysfunctional in whatever way possible.
Russia’s overarching objective remains keeping Ukraine in its privileged sphere of influence, denying the country opportunities to join either NATO or the European Union.
As China emerges as a leader in the global digital world, it is clear that the US needs a trade strategy that matches the broad scope of Beijing’s anti-competitive state practices.
Democrats will win the Alabama race no matter the outcome. They will either gain a senate seat or they will run ads against the Republicans for their sexual misconduct allegations. Pethokoukis also mentions, the longer the tax bill remains alive the more opposition will increase.