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The EU must build a new set of ambitious policies that treats Russia as a major threat to peace and stability in Europe, while continuing to engage with its people. A longer-term Russia strategy begins with a “Ukraine First” policy.
National sovereignty is here to stay, but a new worldview grounded in ecological realism could help close the distance between the political and natural worlds.
Today’s policymakers understand the power of networks but need more guidance on how to build and employ them as tools of competition in a contested world rather than a world of open borders and markets.
It responds to an increasingly challenging security environment not by growing the DOD’s responsibilities, but by refining and focusing its commitments.
Anirudh Burman lists the pros and cons of the draft Digital Personal Data Protection Act 2022. It's refreshingly pragmatic & recognizes the tension between individual privacy & data for economic growth but still exempts government agencies.
RK Misra and Shatakratu Sahu write about the opportunities and potential in India's EV sector, especially in light of the growing gig economy and India's upcoming G20 presidency.
Amid intensifying tensions, Southeast Asia is trying not to choose between Washington and Beijing. But will this approach remain viable going forward?
South Korea must capitalize on its opportunity to propel its competitiveness in Asia and across the world.
As America’s conscious foray into industrial policy, the CHIPS Act is an important political breakthrough and a potentially transformative piece of legislation.
It should not be misinterpreted as a lack of patriotism or skepticism about the armed forces.