martedì, Aprile 13, 2021

MONDI IN PROGRESS 26-02-2021

Mondi

(Africa) Figures of the week: Africa’s infrastructure paradox (Brookings) – The Global Eye

(Africa) Africa faces a hard choice on the SDGs under COVID-19 (Brookings) – The Global Eye

(Africa) The SDGs are our compass for bolstering Africa’s long-term COVID recovery (Brookings) – The Global Eye

(Alaska) Alaska thunderstorms could triple if climate trends continue, scientists warn (Arctic Today) – The Global Eye

(Arctic) The Global Carbon Budget and Permafrost Feedback Loops in the Arctic (The Arctic Institute) – The Global Eye

(Arctic) Interior Department halts seismic surveys for oil in Alaska’s Arctic refuge (Arctic Today) – The Global Eye

(Arctic) Larger areas of ocean in the Arctic must be protected (The Barents Observer) – The Global Eye

(Australia) Australia’s silence on Chagos dispute doesn’t help (The Interpreter) – The Global Eye

(Australia/China/USA) Australia has a key role to play in reducing China’s rare-earths dominance (The Strategist) – The Global Eye

(Australia/Indonesia) Firming up Australia’s soft power in Indonesia (The Strategist) – The Global Eye

(Belarus) Amidst Repressions, Minsk Is Snapping Back (The Jamestown Foundation) – The Global Eye

(Bulgaria) Can Bulgaria catch the digital wave? Defining the policy priorities (Brookings) – The Global Eye

(Canada) Canada’s joint declaration against arbitrary detention needs teeth (The Strategist) – The Global Eye

(China) What are China’s leaders saying about the South China Sea? (The Interpreter) – The Global Eye

(China) China chases semiconductor self-sufficiency (East Asia Forum) – The Global Eye

(China/CEEC Summit) China-CEEC Summit Returns After Pandemic—The View From Warsaw (The Jamestown Foundation) – The Global Eye

(Ethiopia) Can agriculture be Ethiopia’s growth engine? (Brookings) – The Global Eye

(Europe/UK) Wind energy provided 16.4% of EU and UK power in 2020, bringing the industry closer to its objective of producing 50% of the bloc’s total electricity by 2050 (Euractiv) – The Global Eye

(Georgia) Head of Georgia’s Main Opposition Party Arrested by Authorities (The Jamestown Foundation) – The Global Eye

(Germany/Russia) Is There a Hydrogen Future for Nord Stream Two? (The Jamestown Foundation) – The Global Eye

(Germany/USA/China) Germany is a flashpoint in the US-China cold war (AEI) – The Global Eye

(Ghana) A conversation with Mohammed Adjei Sowah, mayor of Accra (Brookings) – The Global Eye

(Greenland) A first-ever foreign policy opinion poll in Greenland shows support for more cooperation with US, Denmark (Arctic Today) – The Global Eye

(India) Upgrading India’s regional disaster relief strategy (East Asia Forum) – The Global Eye

(Iran) What Is the Iran Nuclear Deal? (CFR) – The Global Eye

(Iran/Armenia/Azerbaijan) Iran Seeks to Reroute North-South Transport Corridor to Armenia, Away From Azerbaijan (The Jamestown Foundation) – The Global Eye

(Iran/USA/China) Return to the Nuclear Agreement with Iran: Will China Facilitate United States Measures? (INSS) – The Global Eye

(Japan) How Japan Is Upgrading Its Military (CFR) – The Global Eye

(Japan) Transparency problems confront public scrutiny of Japan’s COVID-19 aid (East Asia Forum) – The Global Eye

(Mexico/USA) Money laundering and corruption in Mexico: Confronting threats to prosperity, security, and the US-Mexico relationship (AEI) – The Global Eye

(Mozambique/Islamic State) Combating the Islamic State’s spread in Africa: Assessment and recommendations for Mozambique (AEI) – The Global Eye

(Myanmar) Understanding Myanmar’s anti-democratic patron–client network (East Asia Forum) – The Global Eye

(Palestine) Elections in Palestine: Prelude or ploy? (Brookings) – The Global Eye

(Russia) Moscow’s Hopes to Use Water as ‘New Oil’ Outraging Siberians (The Jamestown Foundation) – The Global Eye

(Russia) West’s Renewed Focus on Solidarity and Coordination Perturbs Kremlin (The Jamestown Foundation) – The Global Eye

(Saudi Arabia) Saudi Moderation Is Put to the Test (BESA Center) – The Global Eye

(Siberia) A new 3D model bolsters the case that climate change is causing mysterious Siberia craters (Arctic Today) – The Global Eye

(Somalia) Why Civil War is About to Erupt in Somalia (The National Interest) – The Global Eye

(Spain) Spain announces €11 billion direct aid package for SMEs (Euractiv) – The Global Eye

(Sweden) A second fossil-free steel mill is planned for northern Sweden (Arctic Today) – The Global Eye

(Sweden) Giga-scale green hydrogen plant with steel production to be built in northern Sweden (The Barents Obverser) – The Global Eye

(Turkey) Erdoğan’s Turkey Cannot Modernize Via Constitutional Reform (BESA Center) – The Global Eye

(UK/China) Post-Brexit UK trade strategy needs to engage China (East Asia Forum) – The Global Eye

(Ukraine) Ukraine’s Sanctions Against Pro-Russian Oligarch Medvedchuk—All About Oil and Coal (The Jamestown Foundation) – The Global Eye

(Ukraine) Reforming Territorial Defense in Ukraine: Danger in Delay (The Jamestown Foundation) – The Global Eye

(Ukraine/Russia) More Contentious Issues Surface Between Kyiv and Moscow in the Minsk Contact Group (The Jamestown Foundation) – The Global Eye

(USA) A Conversation With Senator Chris Murphy (CFR) – The Global Eye

(USA) After the apocalypse: Defense spending (AEI) – The Global Eye

(USA) New research on the Paycheck Protection Program (AEI) – The Global Eye

(USA) $1.9 trillion stimulus bill is latest example of ‘never letting a serious crisis go to waste’ (AEI) – The Global Eye

(USA) Competing in time: Ensuring capability advantage and mission success through adaptable resource allocation (AEI) – The Global Eye

(USA) Restoring non-discrimination to the 21st century’s most important network (Brookings) – The Global Eye

(USA) A new geostrategic environment demands new principles for US multilateral diplomacy (Brookings) – The Global Eye

(USA) What should we expect from Biden’s commission on Supreme Court reform? (Brookings) – The Global Eye

(USA) Student debt cancellation should consider wealth, not income (Brookings) – The Global Eye

(USA) Agencies should plan now for future efforts to automatically sunset their rules (Brookings) – The Global Eye

(USA) Biden’s first 30 days were easy. Now comes the hard part (The Strategist) – The Global Eye

(USA) How racial disparities in home prices reveal widespread discrimination (Brookings) – The Global Eye

(USA) Around the Halls: Should Congress extend enhanced unemployment compensation? (Brookings) – The Global Eye

(USA) Educators are key in protecting student mental health during the COVID-19 pandemic (Brookings) – The Global Eye

(USA) Black moms facing the toughest childcare crunch: How policy can help (Brookings) – The Global Eye

(USA) Addressing education inequality with a next generation of community schools: A blueprint for mayors, states, and the federal government (Brookings) – The Global Eye

(USA) Merrick Garland, cannabis policy, and restorative justice (Brookings) – The Global Eye

(USA) Creating a more agile and secure defense innovation base (AEI) – The Global Eye

(USA) Fix family poverty with free markets, for once (AEI) – The Global Eye

(USA) Improving Child Well-Being and Reducing Food Insecurity (Urban Institute) – The Global Eye

(USA) The Preferred Stock Purchase Agreements Will Hamper Access to Credit (Urban Institute) – The Global Eye

(USA) The Upper Middle Class Continued to Grow from 2014 to 2019 (Urban Institute) – The Global Eye

(USA) Place-Conscious Strategies to Restore Opportunity and Overcome Injustice (Urban Institute) – The Global Eye

(USA) Penalizing Black hair in the name of academic success is undeniably racist, unfounded, and against the law (Brookings) – The Global Eye

(USA) How to build more equitable vaccine distribution technology (Brookings) – The Global Eye

(USA) Optionally-Manned: How the U.S. Army’s New Tank Could Also Be a Drone (The National Interest) – The Global Eye

(USA) Will Tom Cotton Run for President in 2024? (The National Interest) – The Global Eye

(USA) Polling on the pandemic (AEI) – The Global Eye

(USA) What’s it take for philanthropy to help rural schools? (AEI) – The Global Eye

(USA) Biden’s first cabinet confirmation snags (AEI) – The Global Eye

(USA) The tax benefits of parenthood: A history and analysis of current proposals (AEI) – The Global Eye

(USA) How the US military can recover from Trump budget trauma (The National Interest, AEI) – The Global Eye

(USA) Biden says he’s pro-science. Why is his schools plan based on fear? (AEI) – The Global Eye

(USA) A Superpower, Like It or Not. Why Americans Must Accept Their Global Role (Foreign Affairs, Brookings) – The Global Eye

(USA) How a $15 minimum wage could help restaurants and other hard-hit small businesses (Brookings) – The Global Eye

(USA) What is potential GDP, and why is it so controversial right now? (Brookings) – The Global Eye

(USA) Understanding COVID-19-era enrollment drops among early-grade public school students (Brookings) – The Global Eye

(USA) Government-sponsored enterprises at the crossroads (Brookings) – The Global Eye

(USA) How poor communication exacerbates health inequities – and what to do about it (Brookings) – The Global Eye

(USA) TechTank Podcast Episode 13: Should free speech be regulated online? (Brookings) – The Global Eye

(USA) America’s Excessive Government Spending Must Stop (Project-Syndicate) – The Global Eye

(USA) The Limits to America’s Pent-Up Demand (Project-Syndicate) – The Global Eye

(USA) Texas Froze by Design (Project-Syndicate) – The Global Eye

(USA/China) How global tech executives view U.S.-China tech competition (Brookings) – The Global Eye

(USA/China) Delist or not delist: A $2.2 trillion US-China auditing dispute (Atlantic Council) – The Global Eye

(USA/China) Joe Biden’s China Strategy Risks Going Too ‘Extreme’ (The National Interest) – The Global Eye

(USA/China) Is Engaging With China Still Useful? (The National Interest) – The Global Eye

(USA/Colombia) The US can learn a lot from Colombia about giving rights to undocumented immigrants (Brookings) – The Global Eye

(USA/Iran) Why Is American Foreign Policy Tilting Towards Iran? (The National Interest) – The Global Eye

(USA/Israel) What the United States Can Learn from Israel’s Vaccination Efforts (The National Interest) – The Global Eye

(USA/UN Human Rights Council) UN Human Rights Council: As the US returns, it will have to deal with China and its friends (Brookings) – The Global Eye

(USA/Russia) Transition 2021 Series: How to Deal With Russia (CFR) – The Global Eye

(Vietnam) Vietnam’s unresolved leadership question (East Asia Forum) – The Global Eye

(Vietnam) How COVID-19 is speeding up Vietnam’s digital transformation (East Asia Forum) – The Global Eye

(Vietnam/North Korea) The ups and downs of the Vietnam–North Korea relationship (The Interpreter) – The Global Eye

Temi globali

(Artificial Intelligence) COVID-19 increased the use of AI. Here’s why it’s here to stay (WEF) – The Global Eye

(Artificial Intelligence) This is what a human-centred approach to AI technology could look like (WEF) – The Global Eye

(Artificial Intelligence) We need to talk about Artificial Intelligence (WEF) – The Global Eye

(Cities) Cities are at the heart of our journey to net zero. Here’s why (WEF) – The Global Eye

(Climate Change) We can end routine gas flaring by 2030. Here’s how (WEF) – The Global Eye

(Climate Change) Health benefits of Paris climate goals could save millions of lives by 2040 (WEF) – The Global Eye

(Cybersecurity) 3 principles to reinforce digital trust in supply chains (WEF) – The Global Eye

(Data Protection/Cybersecurity) Do data protection laws really improve cybersecurity? Highlights from my conversation with Emily Taylor (AEI) – The Global Eye

(Ethical Tech) 4 lessons on designing responsible, ethical tech: Microsoft case study (WEF) – The Global Eye

(Europe) Josep Borrell outlines the EU’s priorities in a multipolar world (Atlantic Council) – The Global Eye

(Facebook) Facebook’s Oversight Board makes an imperfect case for private governance (Brookings) – The Global Eye

(Fuel Subsidy) Seizing opportunities for fuel subsidy reform (Brookings) – The Global Eye

(Global Governance) The world’s wealthy countries are at risk of a moral default (Atlantic Council) – The Global Eye

(Maritime Piracy) Measuring the global impact of destructive and illegal fishing on maritime piracy: A spatial analysis (Brookings) – The Global Eye

(Natural Resource Governance) Transforming natural resource governance: Break silos, sharpen politics (Brookings) – The Global Eye

(Social Bonds) Virtual Roundtable: Can Social Bonds Help Save the World? (CFR) – The Global Eye

(Technology) 10 Breakthrough Technologies 2021 (MIT Technology Review) – The Global Eye

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