November 2022

US Department of Defense, News | November 30, 2022

DLA Expanding DOD Visibility of F-35 Supply Chain

The Defense Logistics Agency is increasing supply chain visibility of the F-35 joint strike fighter while working to boost readiness.

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The Economist | November 30, 2022

The West’s proposed price cap on Russian oil is no magic weapon

The global energy system is far more flexible than you think

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Lowy Institute for International Policy | November 30, 2022

Protests in China are nothing new, but these are different

Originally published in The Sydney Morning Herald.

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Gatestone Institute | November 30, 2022

A Presidential Trojan Horse: The Inflation Reduction Act

U.S Senator Joseph Manchin has been playing both sides against the middle for the past year and it appears that game is about to end. This year Manchin offered his…

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US DOD News | November 30, 2022

DOD Begins Hiring 'Prevention' Workforce

DOD is working to create the healthy climates necessary to address a range of problematic and harmful behaviors, including suicide. This will be accomplished, in part, with a new and…

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RAND International Affairs | November 30, 2022

Politics of Ukrainian Reconstruction

When fighting subsides, Ukraine may undergo reconstruction on the scale of the post–World War II Marshall Plan. Debate is ramping up about core issues, such as the scope of reconstruction,…

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The Hill, Transpotation | November 30, 2022

Buttigieg and Walsh to brief Senate Democrats on railroad labor deal

Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg and Labor Secretary Marty Walsh will meet with Senate Democrats Thursday to brief them on the railroad labor deal brokered by the Biden administration that four…

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Mercatus Center | November 30, 2022

Monitoring, metering and Menger

Carl Menger’s objective in his seminal book, Principles of Economics, was to elucidate a unified account of price formation. This raises a question, which motivates our paper: to what extent, if…

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The Hill, Transpotation | November 30, 2022

House passes bill to avert rail strike

The House passed a bill on Wednesday to avert a railway strike, taking the first major step in avoiding a walkout of workers that would have drastic effects on the…

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RAND National Security and Terrorism | November 30, 2022

Intelligence Work Is Exciting. And Traumatizing

The intelligence community needs to communicate to its workforce about the varied forms of trauma, how it affects individuals, and what resources exist to help. Protecting the intelligence workforce can…

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US DOD News | November 30, 2022

Austin Thanks France For Assisting in Ukraine’s Defense

The United States is grateful for France's contribution to Ukraine's fight to defend itself, Secretary of Defense Lloyd J. Austin III said during a meeting with French Defense Minister Sebastien…

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Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI) | November 30, 2022

2022 Stockholm Security Conference: Session videos now available

The webinars of the 2022 Stockholm Security Conference are now available online.

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War on the Rocks | November 30, 2022

Josh Wolfe on Investing in American Defense

Ryan sat down with Josh Wolfe, co-founder of Lux Capital, in his New York office earlier this month to talk about why he is drawn to invest in companies working…

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The Russian Government | November 30, 2022

Mikhail Mishustin’s telephone conversation with Prime Minister of Azerbaijan Ali Asadov

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The Hill, Transpotation | November 30, 2022

AFL-CIO urges Congress to add paid sick leave to rail contract

The AFL-CIO on Wednesday called on Congress to add paid sick leave to a contract between rail workers and railroads.  The labor federation’s plea comes as lawmakers prepare to force…

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American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research (AEI) | November 30, 2022

What’s the Harm of Refusing to Concede? A Q&A with Florian Justwan and Ryan D. Williamson

What’s the Harm of Refusing to Concede? A Q&A with Florian Justwan and Ryan D. Williamson Readers of these Election Reform Q&As may recall that I interviewed the R Street…

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Foreign Affairs | November 30, 2022

Xi Versus the Street

The protests in China could herald a turbulent new era.

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Bonn International Center for Conversion (BICC) | November 30, 2022

BICC Annual Report 2022

The essay of the Annual Report 2022 by BICC researcher Dr. Zeynep Şahin-Mencütek is entitled “Humanitarian Emergency  and European Migration Policies: What can we Learn from the War in Ukraine?”…

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Foreign Affairs | November 30, 2022

China’s Underestimated Leader

The legacy of Jiang Zemin.

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International Crisis Group (ICG) | November 30, 2022

Regional Powers Should Drive Diplomacy in DR Congo as M23 Surrounds Goma

Fighting has intensified in North Kivu, in the eastern Democratic Republic of Congo, with M23 rebels now partially encircling the major city Goma. Regional leaders, particularly Kenya, should press hard…

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International Crisis Group (ICG) | November 30, 2022

The Boiling Regional Crisis in Eastern Congo

This week on The Horn, Alan Boswell is joined by Crisis Group consultant Richard Moncrieff to discuss recent developments in the conflict in the eastern DR Congo, tensions between Kinshasa…

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European Enviroment Agency (EEA) | November 30, 2022

Methane emissions on a downward trend, but accelerated cuts needed to meet EU climate targets

While emissions of methane across the European Union have decreased over past years, the overall reduction in emissions needs to accelerate to meet 2030 and 2050 EU climate objectives. Increased…

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American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research (AEI) | November 30, 2022

FCC Launches Challenge Process to Improve Broadband Maps

On November 18, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) released an updated map detailing broadband availability nationwide which will be used to allocate billions of federal funds to expand access to…

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International Crisis Group (ICG) | November 30, 2022

Regional Powers Should Drive Diplomacy in DR Congo as M23 Surrounds Goma

Fighting has intensified in North Kivu, in the eastern Democratic Republic of Congo, with M23 rebels now partially encircling the major city Goma. Regional leaders, particularly Kenya, should press hard…

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RAND International Affairs | November 30, 2022

A New Era of Major-Power Competition

While there is a general consensus that the United States is now in a new era of strategic competition with China and Russia, there is not yet a clear understanding…

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