AEI’s Andrew P. Kelly, College Board’s Jessica Howell, and Seton Hall University’s Carolyn Sattin-Bajaj host a major research conference that explores college match, featuring eight new studies and analyses.
Transnational organized crime, in some cases abetted by lawless Latin American regimes, threatens US security. The US needs to expose organized-crime conspirators, rally support for the rule of law, and reinvigorate antidrug cooperation.
Mathur looks at the two sides of the U.S. labor market today: the traditional labor market that is reflected in official data and the “gig economy” that is emerging through firms such as Uber, Airbnb and TaskRabbit.
The White House deserves credit for issuing a new report that focuses on one area of bipartisan cooperation: the reform of occupational-licensing laws that restrict job opportunities and raise prices.
The latest from James Pethokoukis and the AEIdeas blog.
Limiting the GOP debate to ten candidates based on poll numbers is an effective strategy to ensure the most popular candidates are present.
Our failure to retaliate against Chinese attacks will send a signal to the world that America can be hacked and attacked with impunity.
China’s seizure and militarization of islets in the South China Sea poses a direct challenge to America’s post-WWII policy of managing the commons, a policy which accrues commercial and security benefits to all nations, mainland China included.
Putin’s strategic direction may be traced by marking the evolution of domestic imperatives—economic, ideological, political—that have molded his behavior and will almost certainly continue to do so.
The widening gap in civil-military relations is almost entirely due to changes on the civilian side of the equation. The more the plague of political correctness divides the rest of us into ever-smaller tribes, the more the military tribe will see itself as unique and—dangerously—uniquely virtuous.