Philip Tetlock discusses his new book, “Superforecasting: The Art and Science of Prediction,” revealing lessons he has learned about making predictions — lessons that have radical implications for present-day politics, policy, technology, journalism, and education.
To overcome the bottleneck of the process of European construction, the functionalist solution pursued until now, is no longer enough. We must rediscover, within European political thought itself, some cultural trends that dissent from that technocratical uniformity of which Brussels is the last agonizing manifestation.
The mainstream media often portrays Pope Francis as a kindly, almost secular figure. An in depth look at the Pope’s visit reveal this characterization is misleading and misses the point.
AEI President Arthur Brooks discusses the ability of conservatism to bring people out of poverty.
Dodd-Frank has existed for five years — scholar Peter Wallison reflects on the controversial act, its impact on small business, and the future of regulation.
Not all important public policy reforms come from Washington. Really lasting reforms can percolate from the bottom up.
Donald Trump’s poll numbers demonstrate trends within the election cycle — some beneficial to the GOP and some less than ideal.
The polls are clear: opportunity matters more to voters than income inequality. Politicians, take note.
Division over the 2014 AP US History curriculum wasn’t between liberals and conservatives, but between academics who uniquely emphasize the sins of America’s past and Americans who believe that virtues should be taught alongside missteps.
In a testimony today at 2:00pm before the House Committee on Foreign Affairs, Subcommittee on Europe, Eurasia, and Emerging Threats, Russia expert Leon Aron will discuss the growth of radical Islam within Russia.