Please join AEI for a discussion with Rep. Mike Levin (D-CA) and Rep. Brad Wenstrup (R-OH) on how to craft legislation that empowers veterans in life after service.
July 18 marks the 25th anniversary of the horrific bombing of a Jewish community center in Buenos Aires, Argentina. The desire to keep this issue alive and to eventually bring the perpetrators to justice should not be taken for granted when the next presidential election features a candidate whose fingerprints are on several attempts to obfuscate the attack’s true perpetrators.
The Treasury Department’s inaction not only handicaps diplomacy but also undercuts US strategy.
AEI and Brookings co-hosted an event to discuss the state of US-China trade relations and the importance of technology to the dispute, to assess US strategy, and what might be expected.
Every additional envoy or diplomat working on Syria and Iraq gives Syrian and Iraqi officials a reason for confusion or an excuse to feign confusion.
It is long past time for the State Department inspector general and the US Congress respectively to audit and provide oversight on the State Department’s increasingly expensive and counterproductive strategy in Somalia.
The past two years have seen continued advances in US-Taiwan relations, despite fears that the Trump administration would use Taiwan as a bargaining chip in US-China relations.
What’s going on with the US-China trade war? And how is China’s manipulation of the global trading system hurting working-class Americans? Senator Rob Portman (R-OH) joins the show to discuss.
The nominee for Secretary of Defense, Mark Esper, had his confirmation hearing before the Senate on Tuesday. Experts discuss his path to confirmation.
A letter condemning China’s treatment of the Uighurs shows a global divide between approaches to human rights.
Russia poses a significant threat to the United States and its allies for which the West is not ready. The West must act urgently to meet this threat without exaggerating it.