Secretary of the Navy Ray Mabus discusses the future of the Navy and Marine Corps with AEI’s Mackenzie Eaglen.
The House NDAA provision to limit the power of the Pentagon testing office would be a sea-change in the meaning of defense “reform,” a first unraveling of the regulatory mindset that’s made such a mess of Pentagon procurement.
When Taiwan’s DPP presidential candidate, Tsai Ing-wen, visits the US, she must make the case that the current cross-Strait status quo is not as stable as it looks, but the onus is on the Obama administration to value its democratic partner.
Your mileage may vary depending on age, income, and other factors.
In the past, the UK has met with mild success after borrowing ideas from US initiatives to reduce childhood poverty. This time, the US should follow the UK’s lead, and instead of establishing a new working group to reduce child poverty, fund already-successful programs.
The latest from James Pethokoukis and the AEIdeas blog.
A look beneath the surface of NAEP’s 2014 social science test results reveals that, within racial and socioeconomic subgroups, students’ scores are improving. Overall growth appears stagnant simply because of changes in student poverty and race ratios.
There are many problems with the US corporate tax code, but the solution is not to impose more burdensome regulations on firms. The only feasible and practical long-term solution is for the US to reform its corporate tax code.
Some apparent good news regarding America’s entrepreneurial dynamism — and the health of the US economy.
Washington should not underestimate how far Tehran will go to secure its interests in Baghdad, defend Damascus, press Riyadh…or kick the United States out of the region.
Escalating violence between government troops and the FARC casts doubt on ongoing peace negotiations in Colombia.