Five important lessons about America’s long war against Islamist extremism

Five important lessons about America’s long war against Islamist extremism

Yesterday’s airstrikes on Islamic State and other terrorist targets in Syria yield five important lessons about America’s long war against Islamist extremism: First, Syria has... More »
Event Wrap-Up: Growing the Transatlantic Digital Economy

Event Wrap-Up: Growing the Transatlantic Digital Economy

The Progressive Policy Instiute hosted an event with The Lisbon Council last Friday aimed at finding ways to grow the transatlantic digital economy. With both... More »
Give Our Kids a Break: How Three-Year Degrees Can Cut the Cost of College

Give Our Kids a Break: How Three-Year Degrees Can Cut the Cost of College

The American higher education system is the finest in the world. Our universities and colleges are unmatched, and we have more highly rated schools than... More »
U.S. Investment Heroes of 2014: Investing at Home in a Connected World

U.S. Investment Heroes of 2014: Investing at Home in a Connected World

In this era of globalization, goods, services, money, people, and data all cross national borders with ease. Indeed, connectedness to the rest of the world... More »

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The Hill: Leading out front

President Obama’s forceful speech to the United Nations last week appeared to mark a sharp—and welcome—turn in his thinking about Islamist terrorism and the wisdom…

The Permanent Campaign: GOP Breakthrough in Iowa?

Many observers from all sorts of perspectives have looked at Iowa’s Senate race this year as a bellwether.  Iowa’s a perennial battleground state carried twice…

Telegraph: New US tax inversion rules usher in era of forced ‘economic patriotism’

Michael Mandel, PPI’s chief economic strategist, was quoted by the Telegraph in an article on U.S. companies moving their headquarters overseas to avoid American taxes….

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The Hill: Leading out front

President Obama’s forceful speech to the United Nations last week appeared to mark a sharp—and welcome—turn in his thinking about Islamist terrorism and the wisdom...

How private investment is saving America’s infrastructure

On August 3, 2014, the first cars drove the new and much-needed Port of Miami Tunnel. The project broke ground in 2010 and was intended to…

Energy investment boom drives economic recovery

Americans seem to have a love-hate relationship with major energy companies. On the one hand, our iconic brands are global leaders and symbols of U.S....

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Telegraph: New US tax inversion rules usher in era of forced ‘economic patriotism’

Michael Mandel, PPI’s chief economic strategist, was quoted by the Telegraph in an article on U.S. companies moving their headquarters overseas to avoid American taxes….

Forbes: Net Neutrality at Home, TTIP Abroad. Moving Towards the Center?

In an article on net neutrality and the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership, Forbes contributor Larry Downes mentioned speaking at “Growing the Transatlantic Digital Economy,”…

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Give Our Kids a Break: How Three-Year Degrees Can Cut the Cost of College

The American higher education system is the finest in the world. Our universities and colleges are unmatched, and we have more highly rated schools than…

U.S. Investment Heroes of 2014: Investing at Home in a Connected World

In this era of globalization, goods, services, money, people, and data all cross national borders with ease. Indeed, connectedness to the rest of the world…

The Best Path Forward on Net Neutrality

Net neutrality—the notion that all Internet traffic, regardless of its source or type, must be treated the same by Internet Service Providers (ISPs)—is back on…

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The Permanent Campaign: GOP Breakthrough in Iowa?

Many observers from all sorts of perspectives have looked at Iowa’s Senate race this year as a bellwether.  Iowa’s a perennial battleground state carried twice…

The Hill: Leading out front

President Obama’s forceful speech to the United Nations last week appeared to mark a sharp—and welcome—turn in his thinking about Islamist terrorism and the wisdom…

Surprising New Data on Young College Graduates

Despite falling unemployment and a recovering labor market, young college graduates continue to struggle in today’s economy. Analysis of new data reveals the real wages…