As the war continues, deterioration at the level of governance, security, and public order will likely be deepened by the absence of a political horizon, diplomatic process, or future prospects.
Driven to action by the rapid advancements in AI, summit delegates began to map the long road to balancing risk management with innovation in machine learning.
These trends, including the rise of China as an electric vehicle exporter and the recent innovations in battery chemistry, could emerge as drivers of change over the next decade.
Ukraine is reluctant to risk its hard-earned ties with the Global South, but it certainly cannot afford to lose irreplaceable Western assistance, leaving Kyiv with very little room for maneuver.
As countries in the Indo-Pacific region expand their missile inventories, security dilemmas related to North Korea and the Taiwan Strait grow more complex and the risks of nuclear escalation increase. The United States and its Asian allies must recognize these risks and act quickly to mitigate them.
Continued U.S. engagement is crucial for regional stability, a year after the Pretoria Agreement. Washington should emphasize four priorities in Ethiopia.
Much of Egypt’s population is already suffering from the effects of climate change, and many more are at risk. If the country continues the mitigations it has started, it can still help to protect them.
Westward-looking, often aligned with their fellow Americans, and confident in U.S. global engagement, Californians would prefer that the role of their state and local leaders on the world stage be decided close to home.
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Bentley Allan, Noah Gordon, and Jonas Goldman argue the United States should use its development finance tools to promote clean energy manufacturing outside of China—and help partner countries in the Global South become more than sources of raw materials.
Rachel Kleinfeld surveys the research on political polarization to outline how policymakers and philanthropists can help reduce polarization and strengthen American democracy.
Folashadé Soulé argues that for the recent U.S.-DRC-Zambia deal on electric vehicle batteries to be effective, it will require four further steps: concrete action, increase of technical capacities, clear benchmarks, and an oversight mechanism to monitor implementation.