The fourth installment of AEI’s Philanthropic Freedom Project features Dina Habib Powell of Goldman Sachs, who will discuss the convergence of business and impact in today’s philanthropic landscape.
Puerto Rico’s economic and financial crisis continues to deepen. Our expert panel will discuss the pressing financial, economic, and political issues and recommended actions.
AEI’s John Yoo and a panel of experts discuss his new edited volume “Liberty’s Nemesis: The Unchecked Expansion of the State,” which highlights challenges posed by executive branch–sponsored growth in federal powers and possible reforms to address the growth of the administrative state.
Agricultural policy experts come together to review the performance of the 2014 Farm Bill following the second anniversary of its passage.
North Korea’s totalitarian control system and power structure are the indispensable apparatus supporting the Kim regime’s threats to the world. Join AEI for the release of a new study detailing the inner workings of the DPRK state.
The average condo price in Manhattan has hit an astronomical $1,948,221 in the fourth quarter of 2015. In fact, Manhattan has experienced a 20-year stretch of nearly uninterrupted price increases. Will real estate prices continue to rise, or is it about time for a downward price correction?
Henry Kissinger’s “realist” approach to Russia is neither realistic in its diagnosis of the problem nor in its prescription for solving it.
The history of New Hampshire politics still looms large over the state’s primary elections
As the person who literally wrote the book in defense of waterboarding, this is crazy.
Constitutional doctrine must aim at liberty’s nemesis: administrative agencies.
Start your week off right!
Quotation of the day, from a radio interview with Ayn Rand in 1980.
This almost sounds like the “Watson 2016 Foundation” pretty much cut-and-pasted the guts of the Bernie Sanders progressive policy agenda.
The stunning fall in share prices has raised the question whether we are seeing the beginning of another financial crisis. If the stock market is correctly forecasting the future of the economy, what’s ahead is a recession and not a 2008-like financial crisis.