How will this affect the military? What will this look like in practice? What type of precedent does this set? Rick Berger joined Banter to answer all these questions and more.
This week on Banter, AEI Morgridge Fellow in Poverty Studies and AEI president-elect Robert Doar joined the show to discuss his career, poverty alleviation, and the role of think tanks in the United States.
This week on Banter, on the 40th anniversary of the Iranian Revolution, AEI resident scholar Michael Rubin joined the show to discuss the revolution’s legacy in Iran, the Middle East, and the United States.
This week on Banter, AEI visiting fellow Roger Noriega joined the show to discuss the past, present, and future of Venezuela.
This week on Banter, Henry Wendt Chair in Political Economy Nicholas Eberstadt joins the show to discuss his new report, “China’s demographic outlook to 2040 and its implications: An overview.”
AOC’s support in a 60 Minutes interview of top marginal rates of 70 or even 80 percent has drawn bipartisan plaudits from Paul Krugman to Ann Coulter. It’s a bad idea.
History, economics, literature, science fiction — AEI is an eclectic bunch, and there is something for everyone. Just in time for last-second Christmas gift ideas, too.
The earth’s population will continue to increase over the next few decades, but we know what that entails. More worrying is the specter of population decline.
Though many people around the world dream of coming to the United States for a better life, not every dreamer would make the trip, even if they could do it legally.
Despite the essay’s terminally flawed arguments, the piece does stumble into one valuable lesson.