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The AEI Events Podcast gives you a front-row seat to some of the most important events in DC. AEI hosts more than 200 events each year with leading thinkers, politicians, newsmakers, and scholars. Whether you’re in the car or on the go, this podcast lets you listen in so you don’t miss a thing. Listen each week to the full conversations, debates, and speeches hosted by AEI scholars.
 
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This week, AEI presents today's episode of the AEI Events Podcast. If you enjoy the episode, you can find the AEI Events Podcast on Apple, Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts. As the COVID-19 pandemic begins to shift from an acute crisis to an endemic pathogen, AEI’s Scott Gottlieb — physician, medical policy expert, public health advocate, a…
 
Elisabeth Braw is a resident fellow at AEI where she focuses on defense against new and emerging threats, particularly those that do not meet the definition of conventional military force. She joins Phoebe and Robert to discuss the tools and technologies that governments and criminals can use to attack America and our allies without firing a shot.…
 
This week, the AEI Podcast Channel presents the latest episode of Banter, AEI's flagship podcast. If you like what you hear, subscribe to Banter on Apple, Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts. Kori Schake is a senior fellow and the director of foreign and defense policy studies at the American Enterprise Institute. She joins Phoebe and Robert …
 
This week, the AEI Podcast Channel presents a conversation with AEI Senior Fellow, Klon Kitchen, and Twitter's Vijaya Gadde. To hear more from Klon, check out his newsletter, The Kitchen Sync. What is Twitter trying to do globally? Will the company allow the Taliban to operate freely on its platform? Why is China allowed to spread misinformation an…
 
Kori Schake is a senior fellow and the director of foreign and defense policy studies at the American Enterprise Institute (AEI). She joins Phoebe and Robert to discuss US defense spending and how to maintain healthy civil-military relations after the turmoil of the Trump years. Stay tuned until the end, when Phoebe asks Kori about her thoughts on …
 
This week, the AEI Podcast Channel features the latest episode of Explain to Shane. You can find Explain to Shane on Apple Podcasts, Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts. The potential for a fragmented, decentralized global internet (or “splinternet”) is a concern on many levels. Two aspects of internet governance are at play here: the technic…
 
Chris Stirewalt is a resident fellow at AEI, where he focuses on American politics, voting trends, public opinion, and the media. Before joining AEI, he was political editor of Fox News Channel. This week, Chris joins Robert and Phoebe to delve into the current state of American journalism, media’s effect on the electorate and the Republican party …
 
Michael Strain is the Director of Economic Policy Studies at AEI, where he oversees the Institute’s work in economic policy, financial markets, international trade and finance, tax and budget policy, welfare economics, and health care policy. Michael joins the show to talk with Robert and Phoebe about the country’s economic recovery from COVID, the…
 
Colin Dueck is a visiting scholar at the American Enterprise Institute, where he focuses on the interconnections between US national security, party politics, and conservative thought. Colin joins the show to talk with Robert and Phoebe about divisions on the right in foreign policy outlook, and whether Trump’s presidency has moved conservatives to…
 
This week, the AEI Podcast Channel presents the most recent episode of the Brookings Cafeteria, featuring AEI scholar Scott Winship. On this two-part episode, Senior Fellow William Frey from the Metropolitan Policy Program answers a few questions about recent and upcoming 2020 Census data. Also, Brookings scholar Richard Reeves and AEI scholar Scot…
 
The AEI Podcast Channel presents last month's episode of the Bradley Lecture Series podcast. If you enjoy this episode, subscribe directly to the podcast on Apple, Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts. For decades, our appreciation for natural beauty has been tempered by an awareness of its impermanence. Our environment, its species, and the v…
 
Max Eden is a research fellow at the American Enterprise Institute (AEI), where he focuses on education reform, specifically K–12 and early childhood education. Max joins the show to talk with Robert and Phoebe about school choice, critical race theory, and the future of American education.By Banter: An AEI Podcast
 
Today, the AEI Podcast Channel presents the latest episode of Banter, hosted by AEI President, Robert Doar, and Director of Media Relations, Phoebe Keller. To find more episodes of Banter, subscribe directly on Apple, Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts. Professors Benjamin and Jenna Storey teach political philosophy at Furman University, whe…
 
Today, the AEI Podcast Channel shares the latest episode of "What the Hell is Going On?". If you enjoy this episode, subscribe directly to the podcast, on Apple, Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts. After labeling the Wuhan lab leak theory a conspiracy, the mainstream media and prominent scientists – even Dr. Fauci – are beginning to take the…
 
Professors Benjamin and Jenna Storey teach political philosophy at Furman University, where they also lead the Tocqueville Program. Their new book, Why We Are Restless: On the Modern Quest for Contentment, explores the roots of modern unhappiness and offers guidance in the search for fulfillment. The Storeys – who are also joining AEI next year—app…
 
This week, AEI presents the latest episode of Are You Kidding Me?. If you enjoy this episode, subscribe to the podcast directly on Apple, Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts. A professor at Georgetown Law School was recently fired for remarks she made during a private zoom call about the academic performance of black students at Georgetown — …
 
This week, the AEI Podcast Channel presents the latest episode of Unprecedential. Both historically and constitutionally, the freedom to worship has been a centerpiece of American politics. For much of their history, Americans viewed religious devotion as a linchpin of human experience and deserving of legal protection. But traditional religion has…
 
This week, the AEI Podcast Channel presents the most recent episode of Understanding Congress, hosted by AEI's Kevin Kosar. The topic of today’s episode is, “Can Congress budget?” My guest is Dr. Allen Schick. He is professor emeritus at the School of Public Policy at the University of Maryland. He previously has held positions at the Congressional…
 
This week, the AEI Podcast Channel presents the latest episode of the National Affairs Podcast. The 2019-2020 school year will be remembered as the year we all became home schoolers. But well before the pandemic, the popularity of home schooling exceeded its actual prevalence, as fiscal and logistical challenges often posed insurmountable obstacles…
 
This week, the AEI Podcast Channel presents the latest episode of "The Invisible Men," hosted by Ian Rowe and Nique Fajors. In this episode, Ian and Nique are joined by Delano Squires — an Author at the Federalist and a long-time public servant. Delano shares how his growing faith journey and upbringing in an interconnected family from the West Ind…
 
Muzzy Rosenblatt is the CEO and President of the Bowery Residents’ Committee, a nonprofit organization that serves nearly 10,000 homeless and at-risk New Yorkers every year. In their new book, “How Ten Global Cities Take On Homelessness,” Muzzy and his co-authors draw on decades of practical experience to outline key lessons learned from the world’…
 
Paul Wolfowitz is a visiting scholar at AEI, where he works on development and national security issues. Before joining AEI, Dr. Wolfowitz spent more than three decades in public service and higher education, working in the administrations of seven different presidents. Paul joins the show to talk with Robert and Phoebe about the greatest foreign p…
 
Today, the AEI Podcast Channel presents the most recent episode of What the Hell is Going On? hosted by Danielle Pletka and Marc Thiessen. President Biden recently announced that he plans to withdraw all US troops from Afghanistan by September 11, 2021. The decision has sparked accusations of “surrender,” and fears that Biden is repeating the Iraq …
 
John Fortier is a resident scholar at the American Enterprise Institute, where he focuses on Congress and elections, election administration, election demographics, voting (and absentee voting), the US presidency, and the Electoral College. John joins the show to talk with Robert and Phoebe about Georgia’s new voting law, election integrity, and po…
 
Today, the AEI Podcast Channel presents our newest podcast, An Economist Goes to College. Economist and scholar Beth Akers seeks to inform aspiring students about how to make strategic decisions about their higher education. Speaking on topics like how to use data to shop for college or non-college alternatives, how to utilize the student loan syst…
 
This week, the AEI Podcast Channel presents Wednesday's episode of Political Economy, a podcast hosted by AEI's Jim Pethokoukis. On both sides of the aisle, calls for industrial policy seem to be gaining momentum. Americans have grown more skeptical about markets in the aftermath of the Great Recession. And China’s more managed economy seems to be …
 
Kevin Kosar is a resident scholar at the American Enterprise Institute, where he studies Congress, congressional oversight, the administrative state, and the US Postal Service. Kevin joins the show to talk with Robert and Phoebe about making Congress a stronger, leaner, and more effective branch of government. Note: This episode was recorded in Feb…
 
Today, the AEI Podcast Channel presents the most recent episode of Hardly Working, a podcast hosted by AEI scholar, Brent Orrell. Nontechnical skills — communication, creativity, and teamwork — are important to career success. Unfortunately, they often aren’t well-defined, and we have trouble “teaching” them in a classroom. David Deming of the Malc…
 
Today, the AEI Podcast Channel presents a conversation between the director of AEI's Critical Threats Project, Fred Kagan, and General David H. Petraeus on the Overwatch podcast. Civil war and an unrestrained al Qaeda are all but certain should the US withdraw its forces from Afghanistan in May per the US-Taliban deal signed over a year ago. Americ…
 
Jim Capretta is a resident fellow and holds the Milton Friedman Chair at the American Enterprise Institute (AEI), where he studies health care, entitlement, and US budget policy, as well as global trends in aging, health, and retirement programs. Jim joins the show to talk with Robert and Phoebe about the Biden Administration’s approach to vaccinat…
 
Today, the AEI Podcast Channel presents episode 27 of Explain to Shane, a tech podcast hosted by Shane Tews and Will Rau. While stuck indoors during the pandemic, items we want — and sometimes need — are harder to locate. Web retailers offer a quick fix, but what if we need online tutoring, IT help, or athletic coaching? And what if we could offer …
 
Today, the AEI Podcast presents the latest episode of the Bradley Lecture Series podcast. A new administration. A renewed American bombing campaign in Syria. An apparently reconsidered relationship with Saudi Arabia. After four years of comparative international quietude, is the United States reasserting its position as a forceful manager of world …
 
Today, the AEI Podcast Channel introduces our newest podcast, Common Ground, hosted by Rick Hess and Pedro Noguera. Rick Hess, director of AEI's education policy studies, and Pedro Noguera, dean of the USC Rossier School of Education, kick off their new podcast with a reflection on the value of reasonable, civil debate with people you disagree with…
 
Today, the AEI Podcast Channel presents the most recent episode of Banter, hosted by AEI President, Robert Doar, and our director of media services, Phoebe Keller. Nat Malkus is a resident scholar and the deputy director of education policy at the American Enterprise Institute, where he specializes in empirical research on K–12 schooling. Nat joins…
 
This week, the AEI Podcast Channel presents the latest episode of Are You Kidding Me?, hosted by AEI scholars Naomi Schaefer Riley and Ian Rowe. Over the past month, US family policy has captivated the attention of policymakers across the ideological spectrum. At the forefront of the family policy conversation: a universal child allowance. In early…
 
Nat Malkus is a resident scholar and the deputy director of education policy at the American Enterprise Institute (AEI), where he specializes in empirical research on K–12 schooling. Nat joins the show to talk with Robert and Phoebe about the launch of AEI’s new school re-opening tracker, the most comprehensive source data currently available, whic…
 
Today, the AEI Podcast Channel presents Understanding Congress, a podcast hosted by Kevin Kosar. “How Congress tricks Americans” — that is the topic of this episode. My guest is Prof. David Schoenbrod the author of the book, DC Confidential: Inside the Five Tricks of Washington. David is a Trustee Professor at New York Law School, where he teaches …
 
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