The Ukrainian revolution, one year later: A conversation with US Assistant Secretary of State for European and Eurasian Affairs Victoria Nuland
Victoria Nuland, US assistant secretary of state for European and Eurasian affairs, sits down with Leon Aron to discuss what the future holds for the Ukrainian revolution.
Michael Auslin and Derek Scissors provide analysis on Japan’s snap-election results, primarily focusing on how the results impact Prime Minister Abe’s reform agenda.
AEI’s Edward J. Pinto presents documents from the FHA’s first five, formative years, and housing experts discuss.
POSTPONED: Conservatism in the 114th Congress: Views from the House Republican Study Committee chairman, former chairman, and chairman-elect
The House Republican Study Committee chairman, former chairman, and chairman-elect share their thoughts on the future of the conservative movement.
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Editors of and contributors to “Strategy in Asia” discuss the increasing strategic weight of the Asia-Pacific and how it warrants more attention from policymakers and scholars.
Government surveillance: How legal intercept’s tangled web impacts trade, economic growth, and civil liberties
Theodore Moran lays the foundation for a transparent surveillance framework that will keep the US safe and prevent the balkanization of IT markets, followed by a panel discussion.
Eva Moskowitz, founder and CEO of Success Academy Charter Schools, and AEI’s Rick Hess discuss the challenges and successes of scaling charter schools.
AEI’s Paul Kupiec and Peter Wallison present a paper arguing that the FDIC’s Single Point of Entry strategy does not end too big to fail.