Join AEI for discussion of Mark Rose’s new book, “Market Rules: Bankers, Presidents, and the Origins of the Great Recession” (University of Pennsylvania Press, 2018), a history of the shifting politics and outsized personalities that shaped the modern US banking system.
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One way in which Italy has been antagonizing its European partners has been to pick a fight with them over its budget. It has done so by insisting that it will go ahead with the introduction of a basic income support and the reduction of taxes even though those measures might cause the country’s budget deficit to balloon. More recently, as the Italian economy has slipped into recession, the Italian government is considering additional fiscal measures to stimulate the economy.
A variety of cultural, legal and regulatory factors are holding Europe back in areas in which Silicon Valley has established itself as the world’s main hub of digital growth and innovation.
While the media chose to focus almost exclusively on the press conference, last week’s bilateral meeting between Trump and Bolsonaro managed to resolve many longstanding tensions within the US-Brazil relationship.
A brief definition of the Sahel defined by AEI’s Emily Estelle.
By simultaneously laundering wall money through the military and ignoring Congress in the process, the White House has placed the entire defense budget in jeopardy at a time when the military stands to lose hundreds of billions of dollars over the next two years.
The real reason why Israel should possess the Golan is because recent events show the international community is too craven to be trusted to defend it against annihilationist aggression.
Senator Kamala Harris, a serious contender for the Democratic presidential nod, has just proposed to have Uncle Sam boost teacher pay by $315 billion over the next decade. It’s a bold idea, but also a bad one.
The only logical solution is to keep Fannie and Freddie in conservatorship and immediately begin to shrink them by administrative action.
The international community is concluding that Farmajo is not living up to his promise on the two major interrelated issues he must tackle: corruption and counter-terrorism. As such, Somalia’s reputation appears at a tipping point.
Friends of our founding document lack politicians to support.