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    East Asia and Pacific

    Shanghai by Edward He

    To stop Putin’s atrocities and lead to peace in Ukraine, we need sustained outrage and action

    It seems each day brings a new report of another Russian atrocity in Ukraine. One day, a mass grave and ...

    December 5, 2022
    The Hill, Columnists

    At delicate moment in US-Saudi ties, Riyadh seeks to accommodate China

    Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman hosts China’s leader this week, signalling Riyadh’s resolve to navigate a polarised global order.

    December 5, 2022
    The Arab Weekly

    The Price Cap on Russian Oil Exports, Explained

    Dec 5, 2022 The price cap on Russian oil implemented today by the G7 countries plus Australia represents a novel ...

    December 5, 2022
    Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, Energy

    Trans-Pacific recovery could be more than a year away: analyst

    Declining freight volumes and spot rates at pre-pandemic levels indicate the trans-Pacific will experience a “hard landing” in the coming ...

    December 5, 2022
    The Journal of Commerce (JOC)

    Near East

    Manama by Todd Gardner

    Global fertiliser crisis brings boom times for Morocco

    Morocco is set to chalk up record revenues for a second year running as farmers worldwide scramble for phosphate.

    December 5, 2022
    The Arab Weekly

    To stop Putin’s atrocities and lead to peace in Ukraine, we need sustained outrage and action

    It seems each day brings a new report of another Russian atrocity in Ukraine. One day, a mass grave and ...

    December 5, 2022
    The Hill, Columnists

    UAE agrees with Ukraine to launch talks on bilateral trade deal

    “Ukraine is a key trade partner. The growth and investment potential was high before the whole geopolitical situation; we think ...

    December 5, 2022
    The Arab Weekly

    Could women and Gen Z bring down the Iranian regime?

    The stunning courage shown by Iran’s young World Cup team in support of the ongoing protest movement exemplifies the bankruptcy ...

    December 5, 2022
    The Hill, Columnists

    Sketching a Feminist EU Response to the Revolt in Iran

    Iranians from all walks of life are revolting against a regime built on the oppression of women and systematic violations ...

    December 5, 2022
    Carnegie Endowment for International Peace

    Western Hemisphere

    Washington DC by Vadim Sherbakov

    How the PASTEUR Act can heal the antibiotics crisis

    It is easy to forget that not long ago, many of our most common infections were untreatable. Then antibiotics came ...

    December 5, 2022
    The Hill, Columnists

    US secretly modified HIMARS for Ukraine to prevent Kyiv from shooting long-range missiles into Russia

    The Pentagon secretly modified advanced rocket systems it sent to Ukraine to make the weapons unable to fire into Russia ...

    December 5, 2022
    The Hill, Columnists

    Tampa police chief resigns after traffic stop investigation

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    December 5, 2022
    The Hill, Columnists

    Trump trails DeSantis and Cheney in Utah poll of possible 2024 GOP contenders 

    Former President Trump trails Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) and outgoing Rep. Liz Cheney (R-Wyo.) in a new Utah poll ...

    December 5, 2022
    The Hill, Columnists

    Young workers' job tenure similar to rates of the past: research

    Story at a glance Millennial and Gen Z workers are known to switch jobs, and many took advantage of the ...

    December 5, 2022
    The Hill, Columnists

    Sub-Saharan Africa

    Nairobi by Yonko Kilasi
    Nairobi by Yonko Kilasi

    Could women and Gen Z bring down the Iranian regime?

    The stunning courage shown by Iran’s young World Cup team in support of the ongoing protest movement exemplifies the bankruptcy ...

    December 5, 2022
    The Hill, Columnists

    UNICEF launches $10B appeal to fund climate, conflict, catastrophe recovery

    The United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) on Monday launched a $10.3 billion appeal that aims to reach more than 173 ...

    December 5, 2022
    The Hill, Columnists

    Transition deal signed by Sudan generals, civilian activists

    In response to the signing, the pro-democracy Resistance Committee leaders called for demonstrations against the agreement.

    December 5, 2022
    The Arab Weekly

    Sudan 'framework deal' set to pave way for two-year transition

    Leftist politician Wagdi Salih was freed Sunday from jail in the capital Khartoum. He had been at the forefront of ...

    December 5, 2022
    The Arab Weekly

    The other side of resistance: Challenges to inclusivity within civil society and the limits of international peace mediation

    Cooperation and Conflict, Ahead of Print. Research on resistance to the inclusion of civil society in peace mediation focuses on ...

    December 5, 2022
    Cooperation and Conflict

    Central and South Asia

    Astana by Azamat Kinzhitaev
    Astana by Azamat Kinzhitaev

    To stop Putin’s atrocities and lead to peace in Ukraine, we need sustained outrage and action

    It seems each day brings a new report of another Russian atrocity in Ukraine. One day, a mass grave and ...

    December 5, 2022
    The Hill, Columnists

    UNICEF launches $10B appeal to fund climate, conflict, catastrophe recovery

    The United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) on Monday launched a $10.3 billion appeal that aims to reach more than 173 ...

    December 5, 2022
    The Hill, Columnists

    Keep the pressure on Putin

    Despite setbacks on the field, Vladimir Putin has hardened his goal of making Ukraine a Russian vassal. Negotiating an end ...

    December 5, 2022
    The Hill, Columnists

    The Hill's Morning Report — Georgia Senate runoff runs into 2024 jockeying

    Editor’s note: The Hill’s Morning Report is our daily newsletter that dives deep into Washington’s agenda. To subscribe, click here ...

    December 5, 2022
    The Hill, Columnists

    Fighting and Winning in the Electromagnetic Spectrum

    Starlink has proved critical for combat operations in Ukraine, and the system appears nimble enough to withstand sophisticated Russian electromagnetic ...

    December 5, 2022
    War on the Rocks

    Europe and Eurasia

    Charles Bridge, Prague by Rodrigo Ardilha

    US secretly modified HIMARS for Ukraine to prevent Kyiv from shooting long-range missiles into Russia

    The Pentagon secretly modified advanced rocket systems it sent to Ukraine to make the weapons unable to fire into Russia ...

    December 5, 2022
    The Hill, Columnists

    Europe’s climate obsession could prove deadly

    The wind has died down again in Europe. Unless you’re selling kites or umbrellas, you probably don’t care. But if ...

    December 5, 2022
    The Hill, Columnists

    To stop Putin’s atrocities and lead to peace in Ukraine, we need sustained outrage and action

    It seems each day brings a new report of another Russian atrocity in Ukraine. One day, a mass grave and ...

    December 5, 2022
    The Hill, Columnists

    UAE agrees with Ukraine to launch talks on bilateral trade deal

    “Ukraine is a key trade partner. The growth and investment potential was high before the whole geopolitical situation; we think ...

    December 5, 2022
    The Arab Weekly

    More than 2,000 endangered Caspian seals found dead on Russian coast

    Around 2,500 seals were found dead off the coast of the Caspian Sea in southern Russia, according to environmental officials. ...

    December 5, 2022
    The Hill, Columnists

    Topics

    Cyber Security

    Photo by Irvan Smith
    Photo by Irvan Smith

    Chinese-linked hackers stole millions in COVID-19 relief benefits: Secret Service

    Hackers from a cybercriminal group linked to the Chinese government stole at least $20 million from the U.S. in COVID-19 ...

    December 5, 2022
    The Hill, Columnists

    What’s the matter with Arizona?

    In 1896, in the midst of a contentious presidential election pitting William McKinley (R) against William Jennings Bryan (D/Populist), William ...

    December 4, 2022
    The Hill, Columnists

    Articles On: Scotland, Apple, FCC, and Data-Security Risk

    Articles On: Scotland, Apple, FCC, and Data-Security Risk LeAnn Sun, 12/04/2022 – 04:00 ‘Dangerous’ Chinese CCTV cameras to be phased ...

    December 4, 2022
    Hoover Institution

    Partnering With Ukraine on Cybersecurity Paid Off, Leaders Say

    A team from U.S. Cyber Command worked with Ukraine to strengthen its cyber defenses and provide reassurance, and it paid ...

    December 3, 2022
    US Department of Defense, News

    3 lessons Air Force’s Kendall would ‘prefer’ China learn from Russia’s invasion of Ukraine

    U.S. Secretary of the Air Force Frank Kendall speaks at the National Press Club on April 19, 2022 in Washington, ...

    December 3, 2022
    Breaking Defense

    Economic Trends

    Bussness Newspaper
    Photo by Markus Spiske

    Young workers' job tenure similar to rates of the past: research

    Story at a glance Millennial and Gen Z workers are known to switch jobs, and many took advantage of the ...

    December 5, 2022
    The Hill, Columnists

    To stop Putin’s atrocities and lead to peace in Ukraine, we need sustained outrage and action

    It seems each day brings a new report of another Russian atrocity in Ukraine. One day, a mass grave and ...

    December 5, 2022
    The Hill, Columnists

    For once, the FTC is considering a merger that helps the workers

    The coming decision about whether to allow Microsoft’s merger with Activision Blizzard to move forward is a bellwether for American ...

    December 5, 2022
    The Hill, Columnists

    The Price Cap on Russian Oil Exports, Explained

    Dec 5, 2022 The price cap on Russian oil implemented today by the G7 countries plus Australia represents a novel ...

    December 5, 2022
    Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, Energy

    China’s watershed moment

    Chinese President Xi Jinping is quashing youth-led, anti-regime protests by swamping protest sites with security forces and systematically hunting down ...

    December 5, 2022
    The Hill, Columnists

    Foreign Affairs

    Gulf of Mexico at Night
    Photo by NASA

    US secretly modified HIMARS for Ukraine to prevent Kyiv from shooting long-range missiles into Russia

    The Pentagon secretly modified advanced rocket systems it sent to Ukraine to make the weapons unable to fire into Russia ...

    December 5, 2022
    The Hill, Columnists

    To stop Putin’s atrocities and lead to peace in Ukraine, we need sustained outrage and action

    It seems each day brings a new report of another Russian atrocity in Ukraine. One day, a mass grave and ...

    December 5, 2022
    The Hill, Columnists

    House GOP probing 'secret' US-Saudi oil deal

    Republicans on the House Oversight and Reform Committee are investigating a “secret” deal forged between the Biden administration and Saudi ...

    December 5, 2022
    The Hill, Columnists

    William and Kate's US visit triumphs despite royal troubles

    The recent visit of the Prince and Princess of Wales to Boston, the first royal visit there since Queen Elizabeth’s ...

    December 5, 2022
    The Hill, Columnists

    Lula Is Back on the International Stage, or Is He?

    Lula will bring back the traditions Brazil has cultivated since democratization, but its foreign policy will not be quite so ...

    December 5, 2022
    E International Relations

    Climate Change, Natural Environment, and Sustainability

    Windfarm by Tasi Zoltan

    UNICEF launches $10B appeal to fund climate, conflict, catastrophe recovery

    The United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) on Monday launched a $10.3 billion appeal that aims to reach more than 173 ...

    December 5, 2022
    The Hill, Columnists

    How Do Investors Value ESG? — by Malcolm Baker, Mark L. Egan, Suproteem K. Sarkar

    Environmental, social, and governance (ESG) objectives have risen to near the top of the agenda for corporate executives and boards, ...

    December 5, 2022
    National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER)

    A Quantity-Based Approach to Constructing Climate Risk Hedge Portfolios — by Georgij Alekseev, Stefano Giglio, Quinn Maingi, Julia Selgrad, Johannes Stroebel

    We propose a new methodology to build portfolios that hedge the economic and financial risks from climate change. Our quantity-based ...

    December 5, 2022
    National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER)

    What the opposition really needs to return to power

    There is a growing problem on the right of politics. The evidence is not just in the loss by the ...

    December 2, 2022
    Centre for Independent Studies (CIS)

    Food: climate change exacerbates the gap between North and South of the Mediterranean

    The future of the agri-food systems in the Mediterranean is strongly influenced by the pressures posed by climate change. From ...

    December 2, 2022
    Centro Euro-Mediterraneo sui Cambiamenti Climatici (CMCC)

    Education

    Classroom by Nicole Honeywill

    UNICEF launches $10B appeal to fund climate, conflict, catastrophe recovery

    The United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) on Monday launched a $10.3 billion appeal that aims to reach more than 173 ...

    December 5, 2022
    The Hill, Columnists

    Kennedy Center Honors deliver salute to the stars; welcome back Paul Pelosi

    Washington delivered a bipartisan salute to the stars — and welcomed back Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s husband following a brutal attack ...

    December 5, 2022
    The Hill, Columnists

    The Civic Value of Education: How Scholastic Experiences Create Active Citizens

    American Politics Research, Ahead of Print. Political scientists have long recognized educational attainment as a strong predictor of voter turnout, ...

    December 5, 2022
    American Politics Research

    The Hill's Morning Report — Georgia Senate runoff runs into 2024 jockeying

    Editor’s note: The Hill’s Morning Report is our daily newsletter that dives deep into Washington’s agenda. To subscribe, click here ...

    December 5, 2022
    The Hill, Columnists

    The Impact of School Spending on Civic Engagement: Evidence from School Finance Reforms — by Erdal Asker, Eric Brunner, Stephen Ross

    A primary rationale for public provision of K-12 education and state financing of school spending is that education fosters civic ...

    December 5, 2022
    National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER)

    Medical Research and Healthcare

    In the Lab by Drew Hays
    In the Lab by Drew Hays

    How the PASTEUR Act can heal the antibiotics crisis

    It is easy to forget that not long ago, many of our most common infections were untreatable. Then antibiotics came ...

    December 5, 2022
    The Hill, Columnists

    The Hill's Morning Report — Georgia Senate runoff runs into 2024 jockeying

    Editor’s note: The Hill’s Morning Report is our daily newsletter that dives deep into Washington’s agenda. To subscribe, click here ...

    December 5, 2022
    The Hill, Columnists

    The Regulation of Medical AI: Policy Approaches, Data, and Innovation Incentives — by Ariel Dora Stern

    For those who follow health and technology news, it is difficult to go more than a few days without reading ...

    December 5, 2022
    National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER)

    Blinken says US pressing Russia on Griner, Whelan 'almost every day'

    Secretary of State Antony Blinken said on Sunday that U.S. officials are pressing Russia “almost every day” in ongoing efforts ...

    December 5, 2022
    The Hill, International

    Why your privacy shouldn't be so private

    It has not been a good few months for tech companies. Meta shares have plummeted, Twitter is struggling under Elon ...

    December 4, 2022
    The Hill, Columnists

    Security Cooperation and Military Strategy

    Thai Military Operation by Chuanchai Pundej

    US secretly modified HIMARS for Ukraine to prevent Kyiv from shooting long-range missiles into Russia

    The Pentagon secretly modified advanced rocket systems it sent to Ukraine to make the weapons unable to fire into Russia ...

    December 5, 2022
    The Hill, Columnists

    A close look at Biden administration’s National Security and National Defense Strategies.

    When a new administration takes control in Washington, it always looks to put its stamp on how the United States ...

    December 5, 2022
    Breaking Defense

    To stop Putin’s atrocities and lead to peace in Ukraine, we need sustained outrage and action

    It seems each day brings a new report of another Russian atrocity in Ukraine. One day, a mass grave and ...

    December 5, 2022
    The Hill, Columnists

    Trump comes clean: Says America should ‘terminate’ the Constitution

    Former President Trump has finally come clean about his hostility to the American Constitution and his willingness to overthrow the ...

    December 5, 2022
    The Hill, Columnists

    Ukraine hit by new round of missile attacks; Russian air bases report explosions

    Russia launched a new round of missile strikes against multiple cities across Ukraine on Monday as Russian state media also ...

    December 5, 2022
    The Hill, Columnists

    Global Commerce and Transportation

    Goderich, Canada by Dylan McLeod
    Goderich, Canada by Dylan McLeod

    METIS Names Polychronopoulou CEO

    Athens-based maritime artificial intelligence (AI) company METIS announced Eleni Polychronopoulou has been appointed as the firm’s new CEO.Polychronopoulou has been…

    December 5, 2022
    Maritime Logistics Professional

    Trump comes clean: Says America should ‘terminate’ the Constitution

    Former President Trump has finally come clean about his hostility to the American Constitution and his willingness to overthrow the ...

    December 5, 2022
    The Hill, Columnists

    America’s greatest threat lies within

    This and two earlier columns argued that the greatest dangers facing the presidents of China, Russia and the U.S. are domestic in character. That should ...

    December 5, 2022
    The Hill, Columnists

    Irregular warfare will win 'strategic competition'

    Imagine a group of former Pentagon officials, retired senior military officers, and think tank experts gathered around a table and ...

    December 4, 2022
    The Hill, Columnists

    The sights of the Reagan Defense Forum (Photo Gallery)

    Former U.S. President Ronald Reagan seen in a 1982 photo. (Michael Evans/The White House/Getty Images) REAGAN DEFENSE FORUM — It’s ...

    December 3, 2022
    Breaking Defense

    Instability, Extremism, and Terrorism

    Photo by US Dept. of Defense

    Democracy’s Ambivalent Effect on Terrorism

    Journal of Conflict Resolution, Ahead of Print. Does democracy heighten or lessen the incidence of terrorism? This question has eluded ...

    December 5, 2022
    Journal of Conflict Resolution

    The Trade and Tech Council is a way to unify against China — unless Europe derails it

    For eight decades, the United States and its European allies have worked side by side to protect their common security ...

    December 4, 2022
    The Hill, Columnists

    Irregular warfare will win 'strategic competition'

    Imagine a group of former Pentagon officials, retired senior military officers, and think tank experts gathered around a table and ...

    December 4, 2022
    The Hill, Columnists

    Syria Kurds halt joint operations with US-led coalition after Turkish attacks

    SDF spokesman Aram Henna said that “all coordination and joint counter-terrorism operations with the coalition” as well as “all the ...

    December 2, 2022
    The Arab Weekly

    Defense & National Security — Military vaccine mandate another potential NDAA wrench

    With the deadline to pass the annual defense authorization bill looming, GOP lawmakers are throwing a potential wrench into the ...

    December 1, 2022
    The Hill, Defense