The Thomas B. Fordham Institute and the American Enterprise Institute offer a unique program aimed at cultivating human capital within the education-policy sector.
President Trump recently announced his decision to expand US military operations in Afghanistan – experts weigh in on the pros and cons of this decision, along with the implications of this policy on foreign affairs.
What are the implications of the Trump administration’s move to investigate China for unfair trade practices, especially in high-tech industries?
The recent CBO report analyzing what would happen if the federal government ceased to make cost-sharing reduction (CSRs) payments to insurers demonstrates the problems with trying to dismantle the ACA piece by piece.
Resident Scholar Michael Rubin discusses President Trump’s new strategy in Afghanistan and the possible implications on foreign affairs.
While we may indeed be entering a new phase of the charter school debate – one where charters have lost much of their luster – prudence suggests awaiting further confirmation before concluding we’ve just witnessed a sudden about-face in a two-decade trend.
Preserving American secrets is important, and oaths sworn as part of the security clearance process should mean something. Neither partisan affiliation nor rank should be a factor in adjudicating violations.
President Trump’s unwavering objective should be to stop the birth of two new nuclear-weapons states. If he fails, we are all at risk.
As I wrestle to understand the meaning of Charlottesville, I have turned my attention to history: I’m reminded that while the roadmap to freedom is painted by nasty and brutish brushstrokes, our national uniqueness arises from our founding privilege to move toward a more perfect Union.
A careful re-reading of an old paper raises the question: Will making all providers of internet service common carriers actually “save the internet,” as net neutrality proponents claim?