AEI President Arthur Brooks and India’s acclaimed author and commentator Gurcharan Das discuss the dynamic between making money and doing good.
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The future of American missile defense: A conversation with Senator Kelly Ayotte and US defense industry representatives
Senator Kelly Ayotte, former Senator Jon Kyl, and defense industry representatives discuss the current state of missile defenses and what’s next in the effort to defend the American homeland against a growing missile threat.
What do the election results portend for the reform of Fannie and Freddie? Experts will discuss what could and should happen with housing finance reform in the new Congress.
Newark Superintendent Cami Anderson and AEI’s Rick Hess discuss reforming America’s schools.
Experts discuss the prospects for US trade policy in Asia after the US midterm elections and after the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation summit in Beijing.
Expert panelists discuss whether universal-service policies need to adjust as our primary means of communicating shifts from voice-only to broadband-enabled networks.
Reforming peacekeeping in a time of conflict: A conversation with US Ambassador to the United Nations Samantha Power
Samantha Power, US ambassador to the United Nations, sits down with AEI’s Danielle Pletka to discuss how the United States can help reform UN peacekeeping operations around the world.
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What do the November election results mean for Congress and the 2016 presidential race? Seasoned political scholars give us their take in an election analysis you cannot afford to miss.