On the 100th anniversary of the Sykes-Picot Agreement, AEI will welcome a diverse group of historians, practitioners, and analysts to think through the future of the modern Middle East.
A panel of experts debates Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s impact on the Indian economy two years after his historic election.
Join AEI and the US Army War College as we discuss how to reform the Army’s organizational structure to better address current and emerging threats.
The West’s assumption that it constantly must try for deeper engagement with Chinese society and leaders needs to be rethought.
Harry Wu, former Chinese political prisoner who exposed the horrors of the Chinese Laogai, or forced labor camps, fought the good fight and spoke up for those who could not speak for themselves.
Criticism and “smearing” are not synonymous.
Education plays a critical role in promoting a healthy society— and vice versa. Yet the connection between the two is often overlooked.
To support Sahrawi claims to the Western Sahara is not only to embrace a Cold War throwback, but also to legitimize the very imperialism that so many anti-colonial activists say they oppose.
Complaints about NATO members not investing enough in their militaries actually extend further back to the alliance’s first years.
Trump’s global ramblings gave no policy specifics for how he would maintain stability in Asia, or showed any real understanding of Asia’s complexity and importance to the U.S. future.
Donald Trump just gave a wide-ranging foreign policy speech and some of the comments he made on trade are just not true.
The problem isn’t simply the Shi’ite militias per se; it is all militias answering more to politicians than to unified entities.
With Trump’s foreign policy speech, as is typically the case with his policy pronouncements, the devil is in the details, which we won’t see unless he wins.