venerdì, Giugno 18, 2021

Mondi in Progress 21-01-2021

Brexit/UK

(Brexit) Will Brexit Be a Barrier for Retooling the Economy? (Joergen Oerstroem Moeller, The National Interest) – The Global Eye

(England/Education/Computer Science) How England implemented its computer science education program (Brian Fowler and Emiliana Vegas, Brookings) – The Global Eye

Cina

(China) Club of one: China’s economy grew faster than expected in 2020 (Azhar Sukri, Al Jazeera) – The Global Eye

(China/Growth) Rapid growth in China post-COVID makes it ripe for investment (Mohammed Alardhi, WEF) – The Global Eye

Cina/Africa

(China/Africa) Is Democracy China’s Achilles’ Heel in Africa? (Michael Rubin, The National Interest) – The Global Eye

Cina/Artico

(China/Arctic Digitization Race) China Enters the Arctic Digitization Race (Maria Shagina, Elizabeth Buchanan, The National Interest) – The Global Eye

Cina/USA

(China/USA) Dual circulation is a strategic process, not a theory (Andrew Sheng, East Asia Forum) – The Global Eye

Colombia

(Colombia/FARC) Killings of Colombia ex-FARC fighters persist amid peace process (Steven Grattan, Al Jazeera) – The Global Eye

Corea del Nord

(North Korea) What Happened to National Geographic’s North Korea Documentary? (Stephen Silver, The National Interest) – The Global Eye

Corea del Nord/USA

(North Korea/USA) Why Is North Korea Showing the World So Many New Missiles? (Doug Bandow, The National Interest) – The Global Eye

Coree

(Koreas) Hope Is No Strategy for Moon Jae-in on North Korea (Daniel R. DePetris, The National Interest) – The Global Eye

Ethiopia

(Ethiopia) Starvation crisis looms as aid groups seek urgent Tigray access (Zecharias Zelalem, Al Jazeera) – The Global Eye

Europa/USA

(Europe/USA) The Year of Europe (William Reinsch, CSIS) – The Global Eye

(USA/Europe/Transatlantic Relationship) Can America Be Trusted Again? (Carl Bildt, Project-Syndicate) – The Global Eye

Giappone

(Japan) How Japan can build a sustainable future post-COVID-19 (Makiko Eda, WEF) – The Global Eye

(Japan/Refugee and Asylum Policy) Rethinking Japan’s refugee and asylum policy (Hirotaka Fujibayashi, East Asia Forum) – The Global Eye

(Japan/Space Defence Policy) Japan’s space defence policy charts its own course (Saadia M Pekkanen, East Asia Forum) – The Global Eye

Laos

(Laos) Elite family ties still bind the Lao Peoples’ Revolutionary Party (Martin Stuart-Fox, East Asia Forum) – The Global Eye

Marocco/Israele

(Morocco/Israel) Morocco’s Islamist backing for Israel normalisation is a game changer (Middle East Eye) – The Global Eye

Myanmar

(Myanmar) In Myanmar’s Rakhine, families of the disappeared seek answers (Emily Fishbein and Kyaw Hsan Hlaing, Al Jazeera) – The Global Eye

Paesi del Golfo

(Qatar/GCC Countries) The blockade on Qatar helped strengthen its economy, paving the way to stronger regional integration (Nader Kabbani, Brookings) – The Global Eye

(Gulf Region) Picking up the pieces: The path to Gulf reconciliation (Noha Aboueldahab, Al Jazeera) – The Global Eye

Russia/USA

(Russia/USA/New START) Gorbachev: Russia, US should extend New START, work on next treaty (TASS) – The Global Eye

Somalia

(Somalia) Somalia May Not Survive State Department’s Support for Rigged Elections (Michael Rubin, The National Interest) – The Global Eye

South Korea

(South Korea) South Korea’s ongoing quest for security independence (Peter Banseok Kwon, East Asia Forum) – The Global Eye

USA

(USA) Trump May Be Gone Soon, but America’s Problems Won’t (Scott McConnell, The National Interest) – The Global Eye

(USA) After ‘1/6’ the myth of US democracy lies in tatters (Middle East Eye) – The Global Eye

(USA) Digital fingerprints are identifying Capitol rioters (Darrell M. West, Brookings) – The Global Eye

(USA) The assault on the US Capitol opens a new chapter in domestic terrorism (Daniel L. Byman, Brookings) – The Global Eye

(USA) Advice for new appointees to consider as they enter the Biden administration (Tamara Cofman Wittes, Brookings) – The Global Eye

(USA) Liberation (Jeffrey D. Sachs, Project-Syndicate) – The Global Eye

(USA/China/Competitiveness/Technology Development) One lesson the U.S. can learn from China to improve its competitiveness in technology development (Joseph Kannarkat and Norman Augustine, Brookings) – The Global Eye

(USA/Donald Trump) Why Trump is not likely to pardon himself (Sahar Aziz, Al Jazeera) – The Global Eye

(USA/Donald Trump/Foreign Policy) Trump’s Foreign Policy Moments (CFR) – The Global Eye

(USA/Education) When it comes to student success, HBCUs do more with less (Dick Startz, Brookings) – The Global Eye

(USA/Global Economy) Four Ways Biden Can Boost the Global Economy (Project Syndicate) – The Global Eye

(USA/Joe Biden) Biden’s inaugural address—unity and truth (William A. Galston, Brookings) – The Global Eye

(USA/Joe Biden) Biden’s Inaugural Address to a Divided America (James M. Lindsay, CFR) – The Global Eye

(USA/Pandemic) Joe Biden’s Coronavirus Relief Spending Plan: What To Make Of It (Milton Ezrati, The National Interest) – The Global Eye

(USA/Party System) Is America Stuck With Its Dysfunctional Party System? (Paul R. Pillar, The National Interest) – The Global Eye

(USA/QAnon Threath) How to respond to the QAnon threat (Pamela Paresky, Alex Goldenberg, Denver Riggleman, and Jacob N. Shapiro, Brookings) – The Global Eye

(USA/Trump Impeachment) Will the Senate Really Take Up Donald Trump’s Impeachment? (Rachel Bucchino, The National Interest) – The Global Eye

(USA/US Military) Above Politics: The U.S. Military Will Always Defend the Constitution (Matthew R. Crouch, Ron C. Fairbanks, Christopher P. Mulder, The National Interest) – The Global Eye

(USA/World) Will Biden make America great again? (Marwan Bishara, Al Jazeera) – The Global Eye

USA/Afghanistan

(USA/Afghanistan) Writing Off Afghanistan: Does Biden Have a Choice? (Anthony Cordesman, CSIS) – The Global Eye

USA/Cina

(USA/China) A Complex Inheritance: Transitioning to a New Approach on China (Scott Kennedy, CSIS) – The Global Eye

(USA/China/Advanced Technology) Controlling Advanced Technology Exports: A Conversation with Roslyn Layton and James Lewis (CSIS) – The Global Eye

USA/Indonesia

(USA/Indonesia) Advancing the US–Indonesia defence relationship (Evan Laksmana, East Asia Forum) – The Global Eye

USA/Iran

(USA/Russia/Iran) Can Russia Help Biden Get a Comprehensive Agreement with Iran? (Hanna Notte, Hamidreza Azizi, The National Interest) – The Global Eye

USA/Libya

(USA/Libya) The Biden administration inherits a rapidly deteriorating Libya (Federica Saini Fasanotti, Brookings) – The Global Eye

USA/Messico

(USA/Mexico) The US-Mexico security relationship in 2021 (Vanda Felbab-Brown, Brookings) – The Global Eye

USA/Yemen

(USA/Yemen) Designating the Houthis a Foreign Terror Organization Is a Bad Idea (Daniel L. Davis, The National Interest) – The Global Eye

Temi Globali

(Automotive Industry/Climate Change) 2020 was a breakthrough year for electric vehicles. Here’s why (Douglas Broom, WEF) – The Global Eye

(Capital Markets/Climate Change) Capital markets can help us reach our climate change goals (Laura M. Cha, WEF) – The Global Eye

(Clean Energy) 5 reasons to be optimistic about clean energy in 2021 (Marcel Alers, UNDP, WEF) – The Global Eye

(Climate Change) How 5 pivots in 2 industries can trigger net-zero pathways in 2021 (Jonathan Eckart, Mathy Stanislaus, Forbes, WEF) – The Global Eye

(Climate Change) Why policy-makers need a climate toolbox, not a silver bullet (Humzah Yazdani, WEF) – The Global Eye

(Climate Change) Extreme droughts may hit twice as many people by century’s end (Kim Ward, Futurity, WEF) – The Global Eye

(Credit Scoring/Financial Inclusion/Emerging Economies) This new approach to credit scoring is accelerating financial inclusion in emerging economies (Vira Widiyasari, Herman Widjaja, WEF) – The Global Eye

(Digital) Digital was our lifeline in 2020, and we are more positive about it since (Tim Cooper, WEF) – The Global Eye

(Energy) How can we ensure energy is clean, secure and affordable? (Shunichi Miyanaga, WEF) – The Global Eye

(Infrastructure/Sustainable World) 4 big infrastructure trends to build a sustainable world (Joseph Losavio, Oliver Tsai, WEF) – The Global Eye

(Internet/Democracy) The Internet Versus Democracy (Stephen S. Roach, Project-Syndicate) – The Global Eye

(Liberalism/Europe/USA) Leaderless Liberalism (Ana Palacio, Project-Syndicate) – The Global Eye

(Manufacturing/Fourth Industrial Revolution) Manufacturing reimagined: from improved productivity to profitable growth (Katy George, WEF) – The Global Eye

(Pandemic/Vaccine) Why philanthropists must support a free COVID vaccine (Rosalind McKenna, WEF) – The Global Eye

(Pandemic/Vaccine Passport) What is a ‘vaccine passport’ and will you need one the next time you travel? (Gayle Markovitz, WEF) – The Global Eye

(Skilling Revolution) How companies can lead purposeful action in the skilling revolution (Balaji Ganapathy, WEF) – The Global Eye

(Sustainability) 4 areas we can decode to achieve a sustainable decade (CP Gurnani, WEF) – The Global Eye

(Transatlantic Digital Policy) Navigating the Future Tribulations and Triumphs of Transatlantic Digital Policy (Ken Propp, The National Interest) – The Global Eye

(Trans-Atlantic Relationship) Moving from contention to cooperation in the trans-Atlantic relationship (Constanze Stelzenmüller and David Dollar, Brookings) – The Global Eye

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