The National Affairs Podcast

The National Affairs Podcast

Latest Episodes

The limits of economic populism with Donald Schneider
March 01, 2020

Don Schneider joins and shares his views of how shifts in the US economy have contributed to labor inequality and responses to counteract these disparities

The crisis of men without work with Nicholas Eberstadt
February 02, 2020

Unemployment rates are down... why are so many men still without work? Guest Nicholas Eberstadt argues that the issue is more complex than most experts say

The China trade shock with Samuel Hammond
January 05, 2020

Is open trade as simple as it seems? Current trade tensions with China indicate otherwise. Samuel Hammond joins the show to discuss it's hidden complexities and what they could say about the future of America's labor market

Economic Dynamism: with Oren Cass
December 08, 2019

Guest Oren Cass joins hosts Dan Wiser and Devorah Goldman to discuss the hidden dangers within the ever-popular concept of economic dynamism

Rethinking Medicare: with James Capretta
November 03, 2019

AEI Fellow James Capretta joins hosts Dan and Devorah to discuss the problems plaguing the Medicare system and the fundamental changes needed to fix it.

Matthew Continetti on Irving Kristol
October 13, 2019

AEI Fellow Matthew Continetti joins hosts Devorah Goldman and Danier Wiser, Jr. to discuss the enduring work of Irving Kristol and it's continued impact on current cultural issues

America’s Cultural Agenda: with Philip Jeffery
September 01, 2019

Public support of art and culture was an important facet of Cold War diplomacy that has persisted into this century. Yet while such support still exists, it is currently without much direction or purpose. In this episode,

Originalism: with Joel Alicea
August 04, 2019

How should we interpret and apply the Constitution? Hosts Dan and Devorah talk to Joel Alicea about originalism, a key conservative tenet now under debate

Lincoln at Gettysburg: with Diana Schaub
July 07, 2019

Hosts Daniel and Devorah talk with AEI scholar Diana Schaub about one of the greatest speeches in history: Lincoln's Gettysburg Address

Licensing Law Reform: with C. Jarrett Dieterle and Shoshana Weissmann
June 02, 2019

Dan and Devorah talk with guests C. Jarrett Dieterle and Shoshana Weissmann about what steps the federal government should take to improve licensing reform