Join us for a discussion on government’s proper role in medical innovation and its funding.
What is a sensible model for regulating electronic cigarettes, nicotine-containing products that are far safer than conventional cigarettes?
What does Ronald Reagan’s brand of conservatism mean for the Republican Party today? Join AEI for a discussion of Reagan’s ideological foundations and the future of the GOP.
Transnational organized crime in the Western Hemisphere is a persistent threat to the security and prosperity of the United States and its neighbors. The US government should target its enforcement efforts to better confront the threat.
There is no Thucydides Trap. War is not inevitable. The leaders of states, influenced by their citizens, make concrete policy decisions that can bring states closer to war or avoid it.
Across America, the price of college ranges from $4,178 in Wyoming to $15,062 in Vermont—more than a threefold difference.
The national housing market for purchase transactions remained strong. Demand for 2017:Q1 was up 13% from the prior year, driven by cash sales (up 16%) and institutional financed sales (16%).
In this AEI Events Podcast, AEI’s Gerard Robinson hosts Senate Committee on the Judiciary Chairman Chuck Grassley (R-IA), who addresses the bipartisan Sentencing Reform and Corrections Act of 2015 he cosponsored with Sen. Dick Durbin (D-IL) and several other lawmakers.
Despite President Donald Trump’s lofty promises to rebuild America’s military, his proposed defense budget falls flat. AEI defense expert Mackenzie Eaglen is available to comment on her findings.
AEI white paper examines the numbers behind President Donald Trump’s first defense budget and shows why President Trump’s request does not bode well for his promised military buildup.
A fundamental overhaul of India’s drug regulatory structure is needed to ensure that US drug supply, which depends on Indian manufacturing facilities, is not at risk.
Anna Edney wrote an interesting article in Bloomberg today about the problems with generic medicine.
The threat of transnational organized crime in the Americas requires greater focus and investment from policymakers to effectively combat illicit trafficking networks, corrupt government officials, gang activity and violence, and the growing presence of hostile extra-regional actors such as Iran and its proxy, Hezbollah.
When forging a new policy to help American workers, the President needs to match the rhetorical weight he placed on middle class jobs during the campaign trail.