What are the internal political dynamics in Pyongyang? How likely is North Korea to carry out an armed provocation, and what are the prospects for war? Is American strategy properly tailored to deal with the challenge of a nuclear North Korea? Join us for a panel discussion of these and other important questions.
In England, it was the Duke of Marlborough’s coup that created the conditions for the Glorious Revolution; in America, a later generation of “Marlborough men” would build an international military coalition and succeed on the battlefields that made an American Revolution.
With the sequestration deadline looming and Congress weighing action, several AEI scholars are actively writing on the topic from a variety of perspectives. What will sequestration mean for the US military? For the US economy?
AEI offers a diverse array of insight and analysis on this pressing issue. To arrange an...
The F-35 Joint Strike Fighter Program has been criticized for cost overruns and project delays. It is the Pentagon's largest single acquisition program, but to what extent does it actually drive the overall budget? Answer: Not that much.
The F-35 Lightening II was designed as a versatile replacement for the aging American and allied tactical aircraft fleet. Program delays and cost increases, however, have garnered the platform its fair share of criticism. 133,000 current jobs and over $300 billion dollars over the life of the program are at stake. What are the facts?