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Join AEI as several expert panels examine how rethinking health care delivery and competition could unlock better health outcomes at lower costs.

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The Senate filibuster and the threat of its use have grown in importance since the early 20th century. But has it grown too powerful? Please join AEI as a panel of scholars and experts discuss the merits and drawbacks of maintaining, reforming, or abolishing the Senate filibuster.

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Join AEI on Wednesday, September 27, as Daniel Koretz discusses his new book, “The Testing Charade: Pretending to Make Schools Better” (University of Chicago Press, 2017), and an expert panel debates the merits of high-stakes testing.

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A range of experts will outline the most pressing challenges facing Europe today and offer political, economic, and foreign policy solutions.

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The Rohingya crisis is Sheikh Hasina’s moment. By accepting a large number of refugees in her poor and densely populated land, Hasina has shown greater compassion than many leaders from larger and richer countries.

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Yes, Merkel did win Sunday, and she will remain chancellor as a result. But if the first exit polls are anything like correct (as they were in Britain this year, but not in France), she had a weak showing. It pegs the CDU/CSU percentage of the popular vote at 33 percent, the lowest since federal elections began in 1949.

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As Trump nears his decision on recertification, punditry on both sides of the issue will become strident. Proponents of the JCPOA can make many claims, but the declaration that it includes the most rigorous inspection regime cannot be among them.

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Putin’s Russia presents the US with a policy dilemma of enormous political, diplomatic, and military consequences. Faced with generating patriotic mobilization for his reelection in 2018, the threat the Putin regime poses will only increase.

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In the category of smallest surprise ever, the Trump administration wants an out from any trade agreement it negotiates. There is a better option: a trade deficit safeguard, similar to safeguards on surges of goods that have been negotiated in the past.

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Resident Scholar Stephen D. Oliner will hold the State Farm James Q. Wilson Chair. Arthur Brooks noted Stephen as one of the nation’s leading experts on real estate, housing, and the US macroeconomy.

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Government action should advance the common good. Policy should reflect this. The right is losing that understanding.

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Iran’s economy remains inefficient and inadequate, and Russia’s is in even worse shape. To push both countries back, the only thing America needs is the will to do so.

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The narrative that schools need more money distracts from discussions about how dollars are being spent.

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Unless Israel is willing to support the Kurds where and how it counts, they would do better if Israel simply remained silent.

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