Putin’s Russia: How it rose, how it is maintained, and how it might end
Vladimir Putin’s Russia faces not only international sanctions due its aggression in Ukraine and low oil prices that threaten its economy, but also several underlying crises that are not...
Rebuilding liberty without permission: A conversation with Charles Murray
Join Murray as he sits down with AEI’s Jonah Goldberg to discuss this important book and the future of the American project. A wine and cheese reception will follow, and books will be available for purchase and signing.
AEI Special Poll Report: The polls and politics of trade
There is no indication from the polls at this point that the public is engaged on the fine points of the trade legislation, though it is producing significant intraparty divisions in Congress.
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Press Release: AEI President Arthur Brooks to participate in panel discussion on poverty with President Barack Obama and Robert Putnam
AEI President Arthur Brooks will participate in a discussion with President Barack Obama and Robert Putnam at the Catholic-Evangelical Leadership Summit on Overcoming Poverty at Georgetown University.
How to improve the school choice marketplace
Research Fellow Michael McShane offers ways in which both the demand and supply side of school choice can be improved, thus creating a better marketplace.
The slow decline in involuntary part-time work
In the latest jobs report, the official unemployment rate, termed the U-3 rate, was 5.4 percent and the number of unemployed persons stood at 8.5 million. However, the broader U-6...
The 'immature teen brain' defense and the Dzhokhar Tsarnaev trial
Today’s brain images alone can’t identify teens. If brain scans are to play a scientifically legitimate role in determining criminal responsibility of a defendant or in reducing a defendant’s sentence, they need to be able to assist us in answering legal questions.
Assessing the oral arguments heard in King v. Burwell: Miller on AJMC TV
Resident Fellow Thomas Miller discusses what he heard during the oral arguments of King v. Burwell on AJMC TV.