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The Ayaan Hirsi Ali Podcast
E40. Ian Rowe on the Power of Agency

The Ayaan Hirsi Ali Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 55:09


Ayaan speaks with Ian Rowe about the power of personal agency and how to build it. Ian introduces a new framework to help develop agency in individuals: the FREE framework (family, religion, education, and entrepreneurship). His new book, Agency, is out today. Ian Rowe is a senior fellow at the American Enterprise Institute, where he focuses on education and upward mobility, family formation... Source

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The Ayaan Hirsi Ali Podcast: Ian Rowe on the Power of Agency (#40)

The Ricochet Audio Network Superfeed

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 55:09


Ayaan speaks with Ian Rowe about the power of personal agency and how to build it. Ian introduces a new framework to help develop agency in individuals: the FREE framework (family, religion, education, and entrepreneurship). His new book, Agency, is out today. Ian Rowe is a senior fellow at the American Enterprise Institute, where he […]

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Bill Bennett Show: Have We Lost Ground Regarding The Education of Our Workforce?

The Ricochet Audio Network Superfeed

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022


Bill spoke with Dr. Nick Eberstadt about his piece “The Changing Global Distribution of Highly Educated Manpower, 1950–2040: Findings and Implications.” Dr. Nick Eberstadt, the Henry Wendt Chair in Political Economy at the American Enterprise Institute. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

The Bill Bennett Show
Have We Lost Ground Regarding The Education of Our Workforce?

The Bill Bennett Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 46:11


Bill spoke with Dr. Nick Eberstadt about his piece "The Changing Global Distribution of Highly Educated Manpower, 1950–2040: Findings and Implications." Dr. Nick Eberstadt, the Henry Wendt Chair in Political Economy at the American Enterprise Institute. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Post Corona
What Does Putin Want Now? - with Fred Kagan

Post Corona

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 50:51


What are his objectives at this point in his war against Ukraine? And what are Ukraine's objectives? What are US objectives? After all, the goals of different leaders in wartime often evolve based on battlefield developments. Are objectives shifting right now before our eyes…for Putin, Zelensky, and the US and NATO? And has the likelihood that Putin would use a limited nuclear strike changed as his objectives have evolved? To help us think all this through, military analyst and historian Fred Kagan returns to the podcast. Fred is the director of the American Critical Threats Project at the American Enterprise Institute and a former professor of military history at West Point, where he taught for ten years. His books include Lessons for a Long War and End of the Old Order: Napoleon and Europe, 1801-1805. He also regularly briefs and advises senior US military commanders. Fred earned his PhD in Russian and Soviet military history at Yale University. He is fluent in Russian. To follow Fred Kagan's work, the easiest way to do that is to go to AEI.org And the report we discuss on this episode – “Russian General Officer Guide” can be found here: https://tinyurl.com/3e8bzrex

The Round Table: A Next Generation Politics Podcast
Schools Weren't Built For What We're Asking Them To Do

The Round Table: A Next Generation Politics Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 29:36


At this week's Round Table, Kenisha, Jedd, and Neil spoke with Dr Frederick (Rick) Hess, senior fellow and the director of Education Policy Studies at the American Enterprise Institute, founder and chairman of AEI's Conservative Education Reform Network, editor of Education Week's Straight Up column, and a prolific author, educator, and political scientist. Rick has been studying education reform–and its failures–for decades, and shared his astute analysis of why. At root, schools weren't built for what we're asking them to do. Public schools were founded back in 1635 by Protestant New Englanders to promote virtue. Only 1 in 20 citizens WENT to high schools way back then. Today, we have VERY different expectations and demands yet our schools are predicated upon the same model. Meanwhile, most Fortune 500 companies don't last more than 50 years because they were built on models that have become antiquated or obsolete. Such businesses didn't reform; they went out of business. Schools don't have the option of doing so. We're asking them to do something that's incredibly hard to do and, unsurprisingly, they fall far short. Rick notes that today, we need schools that are much more comfortable with individualization and personalization–and we need to build systems that are comfortable embracing that, which is a really big lift after centuries of doing things a different way. We talked about intellectual curiosity and equity, whether teachers have a responsibility to meet the needs of every student, the pros and cons of technology in schooling, how schools can balance passion and standardized testing–and what standardized tests are and aren't good for. Thank you for listening! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/nextgenpolitics/message

The Remnant with Jonah Goldberg

Beth Akers, senior fellow at the American Enterprise Institute, joins The Remnant for extreme wonkery on student debt and the economics of higher education. Why have the Democrats become so fixated on the issue of forgiving student loan debt, and can a moral argument be made for forgiveness? Furthermore, are most graduate programs pointless? How can we fix America's universities? And can anyone match Jonah's raw disdain for journalism schools? Show Notes:- Beth's page at AEI- Beth's first book, Game of Loans- Beth's latest book, Making College Pay- Beth on why student loan cancellation will backfire- Jonah ruminates on student debt- The Remnant with Alex Tabarrok - Bryan Caplan's The Case Against Education- Bryan on Beth's podcast, “An Economist Goes to College”- Bryan on the Remnant- WSJ: “The Elite Master's Degrees That Don't Pay Off”

What the Hell Is Going On
WTH is Going On with Roe v. Wade? John Yoo Explains the Supreme Court Leak

What the Hell Is Going On

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 53:04


Last week we saw the first leak in Supreme Court history – a draft opinion that reversed the landmark Roe v Wade ruling of 1973 and shot the topic of abortion back into the headlines. Former Supreme Court clerk John Yoo joins Dany and Marc again to discuss the legal implications of overturning Roe v Wade, the reasoning behind the leak, and the options before the nation's voters as they weigh the prospective ruling. Is Roe good law? Does it matter? And do the American people care that issues before the highest court in the land and the nomination of justices have taken on the “character of a political campaign.”  These questions and more on this week's episode with guest John Yoo. Yoo is a former clerk for Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas. He is currently the Emmanuel Heller professor of law at the University of California, Berkeley school of law. He is a scholar at both the American Enterprise Institute and the Hoover Institution. https://www.aei.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/05/WTH-Ep151-2022-05-10-Yoo.pdf (Download the transcript here.)

The Fourcast
Does the Ukraine war mean the EU needs an army?

The Fourcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 23:12


The European Union has had many different names but it's always had one goal: a united, peaceful Europe.   That has usually meant closer political and economic ties.   But for some it has also meant getting closer on defence and security and for some that in turn has meant the creation, one day, of a united European army.   So has the war in Ukraine shifted the dial towards a European army?   In today's episode with Elisabeth Braw, a resident fellow at the American Enterprise Institute think tank, talks us through the history as well as the pros and cons of any future united army for the EU.   Sources: EuroNews, France 24, Newsnight, Sky News   Produced by: Joe Lord-Jones

Inside Sources with Boyd Matheson
Twitter Isn't a Threat to Democracy

Inside Sources with Boyd Matheson

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 9:16


Will Twitter become a better place for regular people to have more open and honest discussions online once Elon Musk takes over? Some people worry about what changes the billionaire will make to the site if he follows through with his plan to buy it, Mark Jamison from the American Enterprise Institute has a piece in The Hill outlining the benefits of Musk's purchase for regular people and the downsides for Facebook. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Remnant with Jonah Goldberg
Drive-Time Ruminant 13: Big, if True

The Remnant with Jonah Goldberg

Play Episode Listen Later May 7, 2022 49:42


The drive-time Remnant format returns for another eclectic broadcast that, initially at least, comes dangerously close to providing actual substance. In predictably freewheeling fashion, Jonah, Guy, and Ryan explore the abortion debate and how the culture war manifests in various cultures, evaluate the merits of The Batman, and ponder when China's influence on Hollywood will decrease. They also make an exciting announcement: On May 24th, the Remnant's 500th episode will be recorded live at the American Enterprise Institute, and Dispatch subscribers are invited to attend. Tune in to hear all the juicy details, and keep a close eye on the site over the coming days for more information.Show Notes:- The Wednesday G-File- The Remnant with Chris Stirewalt- Yascha Mounk's The Great Experiment- Last week's nerdtastic GLoP- Lady Liberty stands tall- Jonah: “A Slow Kowtow to China”

The Lawfare Podcast
Ensuring the Continuity of Congress

The Lawfare Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 52:05


The COVID-19 pandemic, disputed elections and threats against election officials have brought back into focus a set of questions first raised for many after the terrorist attacks of September 11. What would happen if a large number of members of Congress were dead, incapacitated or otherwise unable to meet to do the work of the country?A new report from the American Enterprise Institute's Continuity of Government Commission explores these questions. Lawfare senior editor and Brookings senior fellow Molly Reynolds sat down with Greg Jacob, a member of the commission, and AEI's John Fortier, the commission's executive director, to discuss the continuity challenges facing Congress and what we might do to address them.Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/lawfare. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Deep State Radio
The End of a Woman's Right to Choose: Part I, Health and Political Consequences

Deep State Radio

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 25:50


On Monday, Politico released a draft version of a decision written by Justice Samuel Alito that would strike down Roe V. Wade. This monumental step, which has yet to be finalized, would have sweeping ramifications for the reproductive rights space and the political landscape headed into the midterms. To discuss the fallout from this blockbuster leak, David Rothkopf and Dr. Kavita Patel sat down with Norm Ornstein of the American Enterprise Institute and Julie Rovner of Kaiser Health News. What does the mean for reproductive rights across the country? Will this fire up pro-choice voters enough to make a difference? What other issues could arise from this decision unrelated to abortion? Find out on this vital episode. Join us!Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/deepstateradio. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Deep State Radio
The End of a Woman's Right to Choose: Part I, Health and Political Consequences

Deep State Radio

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 25:50


On Monday, Politico released a draft version of a decision written by Justice Samuel Alito that would strike down Roe V. Wade. This monumental step, which has yet to be finalized, would have sweeping ramifications for the reproductive rights space and the political landscape headed into the midterms. To discuss the fallout from this blockbuster leak, David Rothkopf and Dr. Kavita Patel sat down with Norm Ornstein of the American Enterprise Institute and Julie Rovner of Kaiser Health News. What does the mean for reproductive rights across the country? Will this fire up pro-choice voters enough to make a difference? What other issues could arise from this decision unrelated to abortion? Find out on this vital episode. Join us!Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/deepstateradio. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

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AEI Banter Podcast: Matt Continetti on the Hundred-Year War for American Conservatism

The Ricochet Audio Network Superfeed

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022


Matt Continetti is a Senior Fellow at the American Enterprise Institute, where his work is focused on American political thought and history, specifically focusing on the development of the Republican party and the American conservative movement in the 20th Century. Matt joins Robert and Phoebe on the podcast this week to discuss his new book, “The Right: […]

White Flag with Joe Walsh
60. Norman J. Ornstein

White Flag with Joe Walsh

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 64:09


American Political Scientist and an Emeritus Scholar at the American Enterprise Institute, Norm Ornstein joins Joe Walsh for a conversation that immediately begins with a tone of pessimism. Both Joe and Norm struggle to see a positive future for the direction of our nation. However, they press onward in their search to find common ground in their discussion about the history of the Republican Party, how elections could be reformed to better reflect the nation being counted, and how the Democratic Party can strengthen their ranks and strategy in order to fight the inevitable enemy that has already arrived…authoritarianism.

Banter: An AEI Podcast
Matt Continetti on the Hundred-Year War for American Conservatism

Banter: An AEI Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 37:27


Matt Continetti is a Senior Fellow at the American Enterprise Institute, where his work is focused on American political thought and history, specifically focusing on the development of the Republican party and the American conservative movement in the 20th Century. Matt joins Robert and Phoebe on the podcast this week to discuss his new book, "The Right: The Hundred-Year War for American Conservatism" (Basic Books 2022). Matt and our hosts dive into significant figures on the Right, past and present, and the conservative movement's historic successes and tensions. You can learn more about the book https://www.the-right-book.com (here).

The Lawfare Podcast
Cybersecurity and Ukraine at Verify 2022

The Lawfare Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 62:04


Hosted by the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation Cyber Initiative and Aspen Digital, Verify 2022 brings together journalists and cyber and tech policy experts to discuss critical issues in cybersecurity. On this live recording of the Lawfare Podcast, Benjamin Wittes sat down at Verify 2022 to talk about cybersecurity and Ukraine with a truly remarkable panel: Kori Schake of the American Enterprise Institute, Megan Stifel of the Institute for Security and Technology, and Mieke Eoyang, currently the Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Cyber Policy.Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/lawfare. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

The John Batchelor Show
#India: #Germany: #Ukraine: Modi, Scholz, Putin, and the meaning of the Indian abstention. Sadanand Dhume, resident Fellow, American Enterprise Institute. @dhume @AEI @WSJOpinion

The John Batchelor Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 9:30


Photo:  A relief sculpture representing Krishna Venugopala from the Allardyce Collection: Album of views and portraits in Berar and Hyderabad, taken by an unknown photographer in the 1860s. As Venugopala, Krishna represents the flute-playing cowherd who attracts the gopis with the sound of his divine music. Depictions of Krishna with his favoured gopi, Radha, are often used to symbolise the union of the human soul with the divine. In this sculpture Krishna is represented as holding the flute to his mouth. Krishna is the eighth incarnation of Vishnu. #India: #Germany: #Ukraine: Modi, Scholz, Putin, and the meaning of the Indian abstention. Sadanand Dhume, resident Fellow, American Enterprise Institute.  @dhume   @AEI @WSJOpinion https://www.wsj.com/articles/putin-cant-depend-on-india-either-russia-ukraine-moscow-energy-exports-oil-new-delhi-11651173078?mkt_tok=NDc1LVBCUS05NzEAAAGEI9SQz79zqDkHVP-2PMFIdrFZdczwSfCz3lIsQ1KjF-hwwz_tdwyN9ZAmKUbPDEFV483zyf76Xq0Frca2dDW6qp1-kwhhFvAPKVx7s1W9cFot#comments_sector

The Brian Lehrer Show
The History (and Future) of Conservatism

The Brian Lehrer Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2022 30:17


Matthew Continetti, senior fellow at the American Enterprise Institute, founding editor of the Washington Free Beacon, and the author of The Right: The Hundred Year War for American Conservatism (Basic Books, 2022), talks about his new book that traces the history of conservatism and discusses where it stands today.

Understanding Congress
What Is the Relationship between Lobbyists and Congress? (with Timothy LaPira)

Understanding Congress

Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2022 29:18


The topic of this episode is, “What is the relationship between lobbyists and Congress?” My guest is https://www.jmu.edu/polisci/people/faculty-lapira.shtml (Timothy LaPira). He is a professor of political science at James Madison University and a faculty affiliate at the Center for Effective Lawmaking at the University of Virginia. Tim, I should add, is the lead editor of our volume https://amzn.to/3NuwH5P (Congress Overwhelmed: The Decline of Congressional Capacity and Prospects for Reform) (University of Chicago Press, 2020). But even more relevant to the subject of this podcast episode is that Professor LaPira coauthored the book https://amzn.to/35n7JUu (Revolving Door Lobbying: Public Service, Private Influence, and the Unequal Representation of Interests). This makes him an especially apt person to answer the question for us, “What is the relationship between lobbyists and Congress?” Kevin Kosar: Welcome to Understanding Congress, a podcast about the first branch of government. Congress is a notoriously complex institution, and few Americans think well of it, but Congress is essential to our republic. It's a place where our pluralistic society is supposed to work out its differences and come to agreement about what our laws should be. And that is why we are here: to discuss our national legislature and to think about ways to upgrade it so it can better serve our nation. I'm your host, Kevin Kosar, and I'm a resident scholar at the American Enterprise Institute, a think tank in Washington, DC. Tim, welcome to the podcast. Timothy LaPira: Thank you for having me. Glad to be here. Kevin Kosar: Let's start very simply, with the definition of a lobbyist. Now, under the First Amendment, anyone can petition the government for a redress of grievances, as the Constitution says. So plenty of people do talk to Congress, and the executive branch and judiciary, for that matter. In fact, in my job at a think tank, I am often asked to comment on bills or testify before Congress by congressional staff or even legislators who approach me. But I'm not a lobbyist. So what makes a lobbyist a lobbyist? Timothy LaPira: This is a great question. It's one that's often misunderstood. There's many definitions of what a lobbyist is, but I tend to think of—there's two ways to think about this. First, the more comprehensive, academic version of thinking about a lobbyist. It could go by the name of policy advocate, government relations professional, policy strategist, or something along those lines. These are people who make money to represent other people's interests. Those interests are typically going to be collected in organizations, but it's not just representing those interests in speaking. It's representing those interests in the policymaking process. There has to be a connection between the private sector and the government. So that's a very broad definition. There is, further, a statutory definition, primarily through the https://www.congress.gov/bill/104th-congress/senate-bill/1060 (Lobbying Disclosure Act) of 1995, which has been updated a number of times. In that law, there's a three-test definition of what a lobbyist is. First, they have to earn money. There's a minimum amount of money that's frankly not all that much given the size of the lobbying industry. It's about $5,000 a month. Second, they have to contact more than one government official. The purpose of this in the law, of course, is not to simply capture everyone, as you suggested. They might want to call up their member of Congress and say, "Vote for the bill,” or “Vote against a nominee," or what have you. The third point of the definition is most critical and frankly controversial: the lobbyist must spend more than 20 percent of her time on lobbying services in a given three-month reporting period. Now, https://www.congress.gov/member/carl-levin/L000261?q=%7B%22house-committee%22%3A%22Rules%22%7D (Senator Levin), when he originally wrote this law—the...

Post Corona
The Future of The Right - with Matthew Continetti

Post Corona

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 29, 2022 60:49


Should we be surprised that there seems to be a renewed by bi-partisan consensus in response to Putin's war? Are we back in a Cold War posture, both in policy terms and in our politics? Speaking of today's politics, what can the past few decades of Republican politics and conservative ideas tell us about 2022 and 2024? According to Matthew Continetti, quite a lot. Matt Continentti is a senior fellow at the American Enterprise Institute, founding editor of The Washington Free Beacon, and a columnist for Commentary Magazine. He's also the author of several books. He has a new book just out called “The Right: The Hundred-Year War for American Conservatism”. Order the book here: https://tinyurl.com/4wp6kdfw

How Do We Fix It?
The Right: A New Understanding. Matthew Continetti

How Do We Fix It?

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 29, 2022 33:17


How did the Republican Party go from being dominated by Ronald Reagan in the 80s to the movement of Trump? What are the deep tensions between grassroots Republicans and Conservative elites who used to be in charge? Six months before the 2022 midterm election, why would liberals and progressives stand to benefit from understanding exactly why conservatives win so many races? We grapple with these questions and many more in this episode of "How Do We Fix It?"Our guest is conservative intellectual, scholar and journalist, Matthew Continetti— a senior fellow at the American Enterprise Institute in Washington. His new book is "The Right: The Hundred Year War on American Conservatism.""I resist this temptation to simply pathologize conservatism, because I don't think it explains why the American right has been so successful," Matthew tells us. Asked about critics who argue that Republicans are racist, sexist or homophobic, he says, "I think it's dangerous for the American left to ascribe everything to these 'isms'".Notes: Jonathan Rauch, our guest on episode 344, wrote a favorable review Matthew's book in The New York Times. We discussed Gerard Baker's Wall Street Journal op-ed, "Republicans Remain Shackled to Donald Trump" in this week's show.Recommendation: Richard watched and enjoyed the new Netflix comedy, "Standing Up". See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

We The People
Masks, Planes, and the CDC Mandate

We The People

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 29, 2022 56:46


On April 18, a federal judge in Florida struck down the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's mask requirement on airplanes, trains, buses, and other public transportation. In a 59-page opinion, Judge Mizelle stated that the CDC had exceeded its legal authority under relevant federal law, including the 1944 Public Health Services Act, and failed to follow administrative procedure rules. The decision further vacated the mask mandate on a nationwide basis. The U.S. Department of Justice plans to appeal the decision.  Michael Dorf of Cornell Law School and Adam White of the American Enterprise Institute join us for a discussion about the legal arguments on both sides of the decision, and a broader debate about nationwide injunctions—when a single district court judge blocks a law or government regulation on a national scale. Jeffrey Rosen moderates.  Questions or comments about the show? Email us at podcast@constitutioncenter.org. Continue today's conversation on Facebook and Twitter using @ConstitutionCtr. Sign up to receive Constitution Weekly, our email roundup of constitutional news and debate, at bit.ly/constitutionweekly.

We the People
Masks, Planes, and the CDC Mandate

We the People

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 29, 2022 56:46


On April 18, a federal judge in Florida struck down the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's mask requirement on airplanes, trains, buses, and other public transportation. In a 59-page opinion, Judge Mizelle stated that the CDC had exceeded its legal authority under relevant federal law, including the 1944 Public Health Services Act, and failed to follow administrative procedure rules. The decision further vacated the mask mandate on a nationwide basis. The U.S. Department of Justice plans to appeal the decision.  Michael Dorf of Cornell Law School and Adam White of the American Enterprise Institute join us for a discussion about the legal arguments on both sides of the decision, and a broader debate about nationwide injunctions—when a single district court judge blocks a law or government regulation on a national scale. Jeffrey Rosen moderates.  Questions or comments about the show? Email us at podcast@constitutioncenter.org. Continue today's conversation on Facebook and Twitter using @ConstitutionCtr. Sign up to receive Constitution Weekly, our email roundup of constitutional news and debate, at bit.ly/constitutionweekly.

The Campus Exchange
Coverage and Consumption: The Media Rage Machine

The Campus Exchange

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 28, 2022 43:35


What is the state of the American media landscape? Are the partisan divisions in cable news increasing? How ought news stations operate election polling desks? And what influence does the media have over midterm and presidential elections? The American Enterprise Institute's Chris Stirewalt joins students at Indiana University to discuss the interplay of media and public opinion. As we enter into midterm season, the press will play a large role in public perception of candidates. Stirewalt offers further insight on the proper relationship between a president and the press corps, how an administration crafts a media strategy, and the demands that accompany moments of crisis. Chris Stirewalt is the author of "https://www.amazon.com/Broken-News-Machine-Divides-America/dp/1546002634 (Broken News: Why the Media Rage Machine Divides America and How to Fight Back)," forthcoming this summer.

Conversations with Bill Kristol
Frederick Kagan on the War in Ukraine: Where Things Stand

Conversations with Bill Kristol

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 28, 2022 73:40


Two months into the war, where do things stand in Ukraine? What explains the Russian military's failures on the battlefield—and the brave and intelligent resistance of the Ukrainians? How should we grade the response of the US and NATO allies? What geopolitical lessons can we draw from the war? To discuss these questions, we are joined by Fred Kagan, director of the Critical Threats Project at the American Enterprise Institute. To explain the complex dynamics of the war, Kagan highlights both the structural failures of the Russian military and the poor decisions of its leadership. Meanwhile, the Ukrainian military has responded courageously and dynamically, which reflects the benefits of a years-long effort to “de-Sovietize” its army. But many dangers remain, and Kagan calls for the US and its allies to ramp up support for Ukraine. Finally, Kristol and Kagan reflect on the broader geopolitical implications of the war and how the US should prepare for other military threats.

District of Conservation
EP 268: Critical Rare Earth Minerals and Renewable Natural Gas (ft. Roy Mathews)

District of Conservation

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 26, 2022 30:16


In Episode 268 of District of Conservation, Gabriella speaks with fellow Young Voices contributor Roy Mathews. Roy also serves as a Public Policy Associate at the Alliance for Innovation and Infrastructure (Aii) in Washington D.C. Here's Roy's biography: Roy Mathews is a recent graduate of Bates College where he majored in History and Politics. He is currently a Public Policy Associate at the Alliance for Innovation and Infrastructure (Aii) in Washington D.C. He has previously interned at The Heritage Foundation, The Charles Koch Institute, the American Enterprise Institute, and received the Bastiat Scholarship from the Cato Institute. Additionally, Roy interned for Senator Tim Scott (R-SC) and was a member of Senator Susan Collins' (R-ME) successful re-election campaign. When not writing about policy, Roy enjoys reading, exercising, and practicing his ballroom dancing. SHOW NOTES Young Voices: Roy Mathews RealClearEnergy: More Mining at Home Is a Win-Win for Environment and Defense RealClearEnergy: From Reek to Remedy, an Economical Energy and Climate Solution Connect with Roy on Twitter and follow Aii on Twitter. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/district-of-conservation/support

Daily Signal News
Lessons From Past 100 Years of American Conservatism

Daily Signal News

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 23, 2022 49:50


Matthew Continetti is a journalist and historian of American conservatism. He is currently a fellow at the American Enterprise Institute. He joins this Saturday Edition of the Daily Signal Podcast to discuss his new book, The Right: The Hundred-Year War for American Conservatism.Continetti covers the history of American conservatism stretching back to the 1920s and the presidencies of Warren Harding and Calvin Coolidge. He makes a number of thought-provoking observations in the book. He notes that "I'm looking at how the intellectuals, the writers, the thinkers, the economists responded to politics, how they influence politics, how they reacted to political developments. And then I'm also looking at how the institutional Republican Party, how did it fit into this picture? What conservative ideas did it adopt? How did it begin to regain its majority after the new deal era?"He also adds that much of conservatism is now led by the Heritage Foundation, Hillsdale College's DC Kirby Campus, and the Claremont Institute's Center for the American Way of Life. The challenge is for these institutions to help provide policy solutions rooted in a populist conservatism that is grounded in constitutional institutions. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

The Seth Leibsohn Show
April 21, 2022 - Hour 3

The Seth Leibsohn Show

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 22, 2022 34:22


Matthew Continetti, Senior Fellow at the American Enterprise Institute, joins Seth to talk about his new book, "The Right: The Hundred-Year War for American Conservatism."  The origins of the MAGA movement.   See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The John Batchelor Show
#Pakistan: What becomes of Imran Khan? Sadanand @dhume @AEI @WSJOpinion

The John Batchelor Show

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 22, 2022 9:31


Photo: Hunza Rajah and Tribesmen #Pakistan: What becomes of Imran Khan? Sadanand @dhume   @AEI @WSJOpinion https://www.wsj.com/articles/pakistan-ousted-prime-minister-rails-against-america-imran-khan-peshawar-afghanistan-nuclear-proliferation-state-department-islamist-india-11649967159 Sadanand Dhume, resident Fellow, American Enterprise Institute.  @dhume   @AEI @WSJOpinion

Dennis Prager podcasts
The Dennis Prager Show 04-20-22 Libs of TikTok

Dennis Prager podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 20, 2022 39:53


Topics include: The medical system in the US has been medically and morally corrupted… Why we didn't emphasize therapeutics during Covid crisis; According to studies, women used to be more satisfied and happier than men. Now they are less; Dennis talks to Matthew Continetti, editor-in-chief of the Washington Free Beacon and senior fellow at The American Enterprise Institute. His new book is The Right: The Hundred-Year War for American Conservatism; Taylor Lorenz, a Washington Post reporter reveals the identity of the person behind “The Libs of TikTok,” a site that exposes the Left's crazy ideas. Thanks for listening to the Daily Dennis Prager Podcast. To hear the entire three hours of my radio show as a podcast, commercial-free every single day, become a member of Pragertopia. You'll also get access to 15 years' worth of archives, as well as daily show prep. Subscribe today at Pragertopia dot com. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

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Federalist Radio Hour: The Right Isn't Defined By Cold War Conservatism

The Ricochet Audio Network Superfeed

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 19, 2022


Matthew Continetti, a senior fellow at the American Enterprise Institute, joins Federalist Culture Editor Emily Jashinsky to discuss his book “The Right: The Hundred-Year War for American Conservatism” and explain why the right isn’t defined by Cold War conservatism. You can find Continetti’s book here: https://www.basicbooks.com/titles/matthew-continetti/the-right/9781541600522/

The Federalist Radio Hour
The Right Isn't Defined By Cold War Conservatism

The Federalist Radio Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 19, 2022 56:36


On this episode of The Federalist Radio Hour, Matthew Continetti, a senior fellow at the American Enterprise Institute, joins Federalist Culture Editor Emily Jashinsky to discuss his book "The Right: The Hundred-Year War for American Conservatism" and explain why the right isn't defined by Cold War conservatism. You can find Continetti's book here: https://www.basicbooks.com/titles/matthew-continetti/the-right/9781541600522/

The Bulwark Podcast
Yuval Levin: Trump's Strategic Error

The Bulwark Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 19, 2022 47:17


By making so many endorsements, Donald Trump is turning himself into a factional leader rather a leader of his party; Plus: Why do both party's pursue losing strategies? American Enterprise Institute's Yuval Levin joins Charlie Sykes on today's podcast. Want to listen without ads? Bulwark+ members get access to an exclusive, ad-free version of The Bulwark Podcast. Learn more here: https://plus.thebulwark.com/p/how-do-i-add-a-bulwark-member-only?s=w

Banter: An AEI Podcast
Jason Blessing on Cybersecurity

Banter: An AEI Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 19, 2022 49:11


Jason Blessing is a Jeane Kirkpatrick Visiting Research Fellow at the American Enterprise Institute, where he focuses on cybersecurity, military cyber forces, military technological transformation and force structure, US cyber defense policy including civilian-military dynamics in cyberspace, and cyber defense agreements. Jason joins Phoebe and Robert to discuss cybersecurity and intelligence in the context of the Russia-Ukraine war. He explains the role of the NSA and Cyber Command in maintaining cybersecurity and countering cyber warfare, and the role of General Nakasone. He also analyzes what cyber warfare we have and haven't seen since Russia invaded Ukraine.

Taboo Trades
Kidneys with Sally Satel

Taboo Trades

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 17, 2022 83:28


I discuss what it's like to need (and receive) a life-saving kidney transplant with AEI's Sally Satel (a two-time kidney transplant patient) and UVA 3L, Caitlyn Stollings, who co-hosts this episode. Dr. Satel is a resident scholar at the American Enterprise Institute and the staff psychiatrist at a local methadone clinic in Washington D.C. She was also an assistant professor of psychiatry at Yale University from 1988 to 1993 and remains a lecturer at Yale. Importantly for our purposes, she is a two-time kidney transplant patient and has written widely about that experience. Dr. Satel is also the editor of When Altruism Isn't Enough: The Case for Compensating Kidney Donors Recommended Reading:Desperately Seeking a Kidney - The New York Timeshttps://www.nytimes.com › magazine › 16kidney-tDec 16, 2007 —The current kidney donation system is failing us.https://slate.com › technology › 2016/09 › the-current-...Sep 13, 2016 — Opinion | Generosity won't fix our shortage of organs for ...https://www.washingtonpost.com › news › 2015/12/28Dec 28, 2015 — Cook, Philip J., and Kimberly D. Krawiec. "If We Allow Football Players and Boxers to Be Paid for Entertaining the Public, Why Don't We Allow Kidney Donors to Be Paid for Saving Lives." Law & Contemp. Probs. 81 (2018): 9.

The San Francisco Experience
The Right: The 100 Year War for American Conservatism. Talking with author Matthew Continetti.

The San Francisco Experience

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 15, 2022 40:00


Matt Continetti is a Senior Fellow at The American Enterprise Institute and a frequent contributor to The New York Times, Atlantic, Washington Post and The Wall Street Journal. He has also been a contributing editor to the National Review and Commentary magazine. In his latest book, The Right, he traces the evolution of the American Conservative movement from 1920s populism, through the Goldwater and Reagan eras to the populism of Donald Trump and Sarah Palin. A comprehensive, well researched and documented study of American Conservatism's roots. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/james-herlihy/message

What the Hell Is Going On
WTH is President Zelensky so happy? Arthur Brooks on how we can be like Ukraine's president and find purpose and happiness in our lives

What the Hell Is Going On

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 13, 2022 46:19


Amid the death and destruction from Russia's invasion of his country, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky surprised many when he pronounced last month that his “life today is wonderful.” How can Zelensky—whose war-torn homeland is experiencing increasingly intense fighting and growing civilian casualties—be so optimistic despite the dire circumstances? Is it possible for everyday people to realize the same sense of happiness, courage, and purpose? Is there a secret to happiness and purpose that we can use in our everyday lives to achieve true success? Arthur C. Brooks joined Marc and Dany to discuss the roadmap for finding purpose, meaning, and success in life, his journey to form new life practices and transform his future, the folly of being addicted to achievement, and his latest #1 bestseller “From Strength to Strength: Finding Happiness and Deep Purpose in the Second Half of Life.” Arthur Brooks is the William Henry Bloomberg Professor of the Practice of Public Leadership at the Harvard Kennedy School and Professor of Management Practice at the Harvard Business School. Before joining the Harvard faculty in 2019, he served for ten years as president of the American Enterprise Institute. Brooks is the author of 12 books, including the #1 New York Times bestseller From Strength to Strength,” and national bestsellers “Love Your Enemies” (2019) and “The Conservative Heart” (2015). He is also a columnist for The Atlantic, host of the podcast “How to Build a Happy Life with Arthur Brooks,” and subject of the 2019 documentary film “The Pursuit,” which Variety named as one of the “Best Documentaries on Netflix” in August 2019. He gives more than 100 speeches per year around the US, Europe, and Asia. https://www.aei.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/04/FINAL-Brooks-Transcript-4.13.22.pdf (Download the transcript here.)

Commonwealth Club of California Podcast
Arthur C. Brooks: Finding Success, Happiness and Purpose Later in Life

Commonwealth Club of California Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 13, 2022 65:57


The question of how to be happy in mid-life consumes many adults as they age. For Arthur C. Brooks, the former president of the American Enterprise Institute and the author of 11 books, the search for true life success after age 50 became an opportunity for a personal life transformation that he believes others can be inspired by and follow. In his new book, From Strength to Strength, Brooks describes embarking on a seven-year journey to discover how to transform his future from one of disappointment over waning abilities into an opportunity for progress. The result for him? A practical roadmap for the rest of his life. Brooks's journey starts with the somewhat mistaken assumption that the more successful we are, the less susceptible we become to the sense of professional and social irrelevance that often accompanies aging. Brooks soon finds the truth is that the greater our achievements and our attachment to them, the more we notice our decline, and the more painful it is when it occurs. Brooks's unique outlook draws on social science, philosophy, biography, theology, and eastern wisdom, as well as dozens of interviews with everyday men and women. In it, Brooks shows us that true life success is well within our reach. By refocusing on certain priorities and habits that anyone can learn, such as deep wisdom, detachment from empty rewards, connection and service to others, and spiritual progress, we can set ourselves up for increased happiness. Please join us for a discussion about how you, too, can go from strength to strength. MLF ORGANIZER Denise Michaud NOTES MLF: Grownups SPEAKERS Arthur Brooks Professor of the Practice of Public Leadership, Harvard Kennedy School; Author, From Strength to Strength: Finding Success, Happiness, and Deep Purpose in the Second Half of Life In Conversation with Tully Friedman Co-Founder, FFL Partners and Hellman & Friedman In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, we are currently hosting all of our live programming via YouTube live stream. This program was recorded live in San Francisco on April 4th, 2022 at the Commonwealth Club of California. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Moody's Talks - Inside Economics
Records and Recession Risks

Moody's Talks - Inside Economics

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 8, 2022 71:46


The odds of a U.S. recession are on the rise. Michael Strain, Director of Economic Policy Studies at American Enterprise Institute, joins the podcast to discuss the risks driving a potential recession. Everyone shares their probability of a recession. For more from Michael Strain, follow him on Twitter @MichaelRStrainFollow Mark Zandi @MarkZandi, Ryan Sweet @RealTime_Econ and Cris deRitis on LinkedIn for additional insight. 

Deep State Radio
How Do Democrats Win in November?

Deep State Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 7, 2022 22:17


The economic outlook looks good but why do people not credit the Biden administration? David Rothkopf gets to the bottom of this issue with Norm Ornstein of the American Enterprise Institute and Felicia Wong of the Roosevelt Institute. Where has the messaging gone off track? What impact has the war in Ukraine had on inflation? What can be done to shore up the American economy moving forward? Find out in this thought-provoking episode. Don't miss it!Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/deepstateradio. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Matt Lewis and the News
Yuval Levin on Why Politicians Keep Pursuing a Losing Strategy

Matt Lewis and the News

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 7, 2022 35:07


Yuval Levin, a senior fellow at the American Enterprise Institute, and a senior fellow at the American Enterprise Institute, is a contributing Opinion writer to the New York Times. During this conversation, he talks with Matt about why American politicians keep refusing to grow their coalition.

The Ricochet Audio Network Superfeed
AEI Banter Podcast: James Coleman on energy insecurity

The Ricochet Audio Network Superfeed

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 6, 2022


James W. Coleman is a nonresident senior fellow at the American Enterprise Institute, where he focuses on energy policy, including energy commodity, transport, and trade and markets regulation. He is concurrently the Robert G. Storey Distinguished Faculty Fellow and Professor of Law at Southern Methodist University. James joins Phoebe and Robert to discuss the recent increase in gas […]

The Lawfare Podcast
The Legacy of Madeleine Albright, with Kori Schake and Natalie Orpett

The Lawfare Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 4, 2022 33:57


Madeleine Albright passed away on March 23. She was the first woman to serve as secretary of state in United States history, and she had a long legacy, both from her time as secretary and beyond. To talk through what made her special and what her impact was, David Priess sat down with Kori Schake and Natalie Orpett. Kori is the director of Foreign and Defense Policy Studies at the American Enterprise Institute, and she worked in the Department of Defense, the Department of State and the National Security Council staff. Natalie Orpett is the executive editor of Lawfare, and she worked with Secretary Albright as her executive assistant after she had left the Department of State. They talked about some of the foreign policy developments during Secretary Albright's tenure; about her personal relationships, including with those with whom she did not agree; and about her legacy when it comes to helping women in national security positions.Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/lawfare. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Hold These Truths with Dan Crenshaw
What Makes You a Conservative? | Matthew Continetti

Hold These Truths with Dan Crenshaw

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 3, 2022 50:38


Matthew Continetti joins us to talk about the history of modern conservatism, its perennial struggles with populists and progressives, and what it means to be a conservative in America today. Matthew Continetti is a senior fellow at the American Enterprise Institute and author of "The Right: The Hundred-Year War for American Conservatism." Follow him on Twitter at @continetti.

Stand Up! with Pete Dominick
David Frum and Christian Finnegan with Ophira Eisenberg Episode 574

Stand Up! with Pete Dominick

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 1, 2022 85:20


Stand Up is a daily podcast. I book,host,edit, post and promote new episodes with brilliant guests every day. Please subscribe now for as little as 5$ and gain access to a community of over 800 awesome, curious, kind, funny, brilliant, generous souls Check out StandUpwithPete.com to learn more David Frum is a writer at The Atlantic and the author of the 2018 New York Times bestseller, TRUMPOCRACY: The Corruption of the American Republic, his ninth book. In 2001-2002, he served as special assistant and speechwriter to President George W. Bush during and after the 9/11 attacks on the United States. Frum is a recognized intellectual leader of the American conservative movement. His first book, DEAD RIGHT, was praised by William F. Buckley in 1994 as "the most refreshing ideological experience in a generation" and by Frank Rich in the New York Times as "the smartest book written from the inside about the American conservative moment." His memoir of his service in the Bush White House, THE RIGHT MAN, was a New York Times bestseller in 2003. Frum has served as a fellow at the American Enterprise Institute, as a trustee of the Republican Jewish Coalition, and as chairman of the board of trustees of Policy Exchange, the leading center-right think tank in the United Kingdom. A native of Canada, he was a driving force in the "Winds of Change" movement that reunited that country's splintered Conservative party in the early 2000s. In 2009-2012, Frum created and edited the FrumForum group website devoted to the modernization of the Republican party. More than a dozen young writers who started their careers on Frum's site have gone on to success in politics and journalism. Frum was one of the first and foremost conservative Republicans to sound the alarm about the challenge posed by the Trump presidency to US global leadership, open international trade, and democratic institutions. His prophetic 2017 cover story in the Atlantic, "How to Build an Autocracy," has been one of the most cited of the Trump years. Frum appears frequently on CNN, MSNBC, and the Australian, British, and Canadian Broadcasting Corporations. A profile in Esquire in December 2017 described Frum as "first among equals" in the conservative anti-Trump movement. Frum earned a BA and MA in history at Yale, then a JD at Harvard, where he served as president of the Harvard chapter of the Federalist society. He taught history Yale in 1986-87. Frum is now at work on his tenth book, about how to renew American world leadership after Trump. Frum is married to Danielle Crittenden Frum, a journalist, author, and podcaster. They have three children and live in Washington DC and Wellington, Ontario   Christian Finnegan  is an American stand-up comedian, writer and actor based in New York City. BUY HIS NEW ALBUM--- "Show Your Work: Live at QED" Check out Christian's new Substack Newsletter! What is New Music for Olds? This newsletter has a very simple premise: You don't have time to discover new music. I do. Here's what I've discovered. Finnegan is perhaps best known as one of the original panelists on VH1's Best Week Ever and as Chad, the only white roommate in the “Mad Real World” sketch on Comedy Central's Chappelle's Show. Additional television appearances as himself or performing stand up have included “Conan”, “The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson”, "Would You Rather...with Graham Norton", “Good Afternoon America” and multiple times on The Today Show and Countdown with Keith Olbermann, and on History's I Love the 1880s. He hosted TV Land's game show "Game Time". As an actor, Finnegan portrayed the supporting role of "Carl" in the film Eden Court, a ticket agent in "Knight and Day" and several guest roles including a talk show host on "The Good Wife". In October 2006, Finnegan's debut stand up comedy CD titled Two For Flinching was released by Comedy Central Records, with a follow-up national tour of college campuses from January to April 2007. “Au Contraire!” was released by Warner Bros. Records in 2009. His third special "The Fun Part" was filmed at the Wilbur Theatre in Boston on April 4, 2013 and debuted on Netflix on April 15, 2014.   Ophira Eisenberg is a Canadian-born standup comedian and writer. She hosted NPR's nationally syndicated comedy trivia show Ask Me Another (airing on 400+ stations) where she interviewed, joked, and played silly games with some of the biggest and funniest folks in the world.  Lauded as “hilarious, high risk, and an inspiration,” Ophira filmed her comedy special Inside Joke, when she was 8½ months pregnant. The show's material revolves around how she told everyone that she was never going to have kids, and then unexpectedly found herself expecting at “an advanced maternal age.” Inside Joke can be found on Amazon and iTunes, along with her two other comedy albums, Bangs!and As Is. She has appeared on Comedy Central, This Week at The Comedy Cellar, Kevin Hart's LOL Network, HBO's Girls, Gotham Live, The Late Late Show, The Today Show, and VH-1. The New York Times called her a skilled comedian and storyteller with “bleakly stylish” humor. She was also selected as one of New York Magazine's “Top 10 Comics that Funny People Find Funny,” and hailed by Forbes.com as one of the most engaging comics working today. Ophira is a regular host and teller with The Moth and her stories have been featured on The Moth Radio Hour and in two of The Moth's best-selling books, including the most recent New York Times Bestseller Occasional Magic: True Stories About Defying the Impossible. Ophira's first book, Screw Everyone: Sleeping My Way to Monogamyi s a comedic memoir about her experiments in the field as a single woman, traveling from futon to futon and flask-to-flask, gathering data, hoping to put it all together and build her own perfect mate. She is also sought after as a brilliant interviewer and moderator, and has interviewed dozens of celebrities, writers, and actors. Originally from Calgary, Alberta, Canada, Ophira graduated with a Cultural Anthropology and Theater degree from McGill University. She now lives in Brooklyn, NY where she is a fixture at New York City's comedy clubs   Check out all things Jon Carroll Follow and Support Pete Coe   Pete on YouTube Pete on Twitter Pete On Instagram Pete Personal FB page

Deep State Radio
The Best of Times and The Worst of Times

Deep State Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 31, 2022 30:50


Ginni Thomas was texting Mark Meadows, there was a gap in the calls logs at the White House on January 6th, and a judge ruled against former President Trump. With all this news David Rothkopf turned to Dr. Kavita Patel of the Obama Administration, Norm Ornstein of the American Enterprise Institute, and David Corn of Mother Jones to understand all this news. Will we see justice for the leaders of the January 6th insurrections? Is a Supreme Court Justice compromised? What will happen next? Find out during this wide-ranging conversation.Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/deepstateradio. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Deep State Radio
The War in Ukraine After One Month: A Look Ahead

Deep State Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 29, 2022 27:13


The war in Ukraine has extended into its second month. To make sense of how we got to this point and what comes next David Rothkopf speaks with Ed Luce of the Financial Times, Rosa Brooks of Georgetown University, and Kori Schake of the American Enterprise Institute. Is Macron getting constantly fooled by Putin? How well is the West doing when the Ukrainians continue to fight alone? What impact has the war had on the defense budget moving forward? Find out as we get the original crew back together for a fascinating conversation. Join us!Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/deepstateradio. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

The John Batchelor Show
#India: Modi supremacy. Sadanand Dhume, resident Fellow, American Enterprise Institute. @dhume @AEI @WSJOpinion

The John Batchelor Show

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 26, 2022 9:26


Photo:  Syama Prasad Mookerjee, founder of the Bharatiya Jana Sangh #India: Modi supremacy.   Sadanand Dhume, resident Fellow, American Enterprise Institute.  @dhume   @AEI @WSJOpinion https://www.wsj.com/articles/how-covid-bungling-can-win-you-an-election-india-prime-minister-narendra-modi-uttar-pradesh-pandemic-11647550392?mkt_tok=NDc1LVBCUS05NzEAAAGDS4leTj7CfrnCdjowSk3Hcu0VBvLgzbZ3stZ4qJB35VInmDIPaz4He7swHCzPnAs3T0Pz1Eimw0HAHh4PC9ILG_DE_9-ZQVGDC1KVlTgbssvL Permissions Shyama Prasad Mukherjee Date | 28 April 2020, 11:36:23 This file or its source was published by Press Information Bureau on behalf of Ministry of Parliamentary Affairs, Government of India under the ID 29338 and CNR 32399. (direct link) This file is a copyrighted work of the Government of India, licensed under the Government Open Data License - India (GODL). Authorization Method & Scope Following the mandate of the National Data Sharing and Accessibility Policy (NDSAP) of Government of Indiathat applies to all shareable non-sensitive data available either in digital or analog forms but generated using public funds by various agencies of the Government of India, all users are provided a worldwide, royalty-free, non-exclusive license to use, adapt, publish (either in original, or in adapted and/or derivative forms), translate, display, add value, and create derivative works (including products and services), for all lawful commercial and non-commercial purposes, and for the duration of existence of such rights over the data or information. Attribution: Ministry of Parliamentary Affairs (GODL-India)