How should conservatives view the UK’s looming Brexit referendum? Join AEI for a discussion of Dalibor Rohac’s new book, “Towards an Imperfect Union: A Conservative Case for the EU,” and a debate over the risks of Europe’s political disintegration.
To ensure stability around the globe, the United States must be actively engaged in a leadership role.
Ninety percent of registered voters consider joining the military an act of patriotism.
The threat environment has evolved; yet the US Department of Homeland Security remains a slow-moving, dysfunctional entity.
U.S. hopes of fostering peace and prosperity in Asia—and of preventing any single power from dominating this region—rest in no small measure on deepening the U.S.-India relationship.
Ending use of the Russian RD-180 rocket engine is a risky bet.
Trump may not be “losing” the historic GOP advantage on foreign policy; he may be willingly ceding it as part of an effort to win votes on the far left.
How much Chinese debt is too much? The amount that helps prevent painful reforms.
For Iranians and Americans who hope that the nuclear agreement will spark an immediate political opening, the Guardian Council’s willingness and ability to violate the law to assert greater electoral control is a disappointing development.
We still do not know who or what is responsible for the crash of EgyptAir Flight 804, but we know this much for certain: The terrorist danger is growing, and it won’t be contained to the Mediterranean.
President Tsai’s challenge now is not to avoid provoking China — that is impossible as long as she stays true to herself, her party, and the people that elected her — but rather to seek stronger ties to and support from the Obama administration.