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Please join AEI for the release of Robert M. Collins’ new report “Organization and Guidance Department: Control Tower of Human Rights Denial” and a discussion on North Korea’s most influential department.

Please join AEI for the eighth annual Walter Berns Constitution Day Lecture, as James Stoner Jr. traces out the various connections between American constitutionalism, the common law, and approaches to interpreting the Constitution.

At the start of each school year, we get the two major annual polls on K-12 education. This year, the surveys were rife with provocative findings.

Curiously, despite the small library of studies on population change in modern China, little has been written on what these changes in the Chinese family portend. This cross-disciplinary volume is an exploratory foray into that intellectual terra incognita.

If Congress is serious about salvaging arms control as an American foreign policy tool, they should vote to approve funds for new missiles.

On this date 232 years ago — September 17, 1787 — the Constitution was signed by its authors, and began its challenging journey toward ratification. It seems only fitting to spend Constitution Day reading the document and reading about its meaning and sources, its framers’ hopes and intentions, its history, and its (far from ideal, alas) current condition.

A Maine law requiring cable operators to offer channels on an à la carte basis is sure to be struck down in court. States can play an important role in some areas of telecommunications regulation, but pricing strategies for national services is not one of them.

Democrats have called for Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh to be impeached following a NYT report of sexual misconduct. Experts discuss the ramifications.

The president’s “locked and loaded” stance on Iran is a sign of the long-term shift towards an imperial presidency: although the framers placed boundaries on the executive office’s war-making powers, Trump is the latest in a series of commanders-in-chief to stretch those boundaries to their limits.

President Donald Trump holds a news conference

Teasing out the impacts of the largest tax overhaul the country has seen in decades on households and the economy will take time. So let’s be patient. It’s too early to give up on the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act.

President Donald Trump and Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu hold up a proclamation recognizing Israel's sovereignty over the Golan Heights as Netanyahu exits the White House from the West Wing in Washington, March 25, 2019. Reuters

Many US supporters of Israel embrace the notion of a US-Israel defense pact for its symbolic value. But whenever US and Israeli militaries become tools of a political game, strategic imperatives suffer.

Smoke is seen following a fire at Aramco facility in the eastern city of Abqaiq, Saudi Arabia, September 14, 2019. Reuters

Sanctions are reversible — the complete destruction of Kharg or Iran’s few other outlets would render the question of sanctions largely moot.

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