martedì, Aprile 13, 2021

MONDI IN PROGRESS 05-02-2021

Mondi

(Africa) Improving infrastructure in Africa: Creating long-term resilience through investment (Brookings) – The Global Eye

(Africa) Figures of the week: African insurance market poised for growth (Brookings) – The Global Eye

(Africa) ACET Uses Artificial Intelligence to Predict Future African Infrastructure Needs (ACET) – The Global Eye

(Africa) Africa Is a Jihadist Playground for the Resurgent Islamic State and al-Qaeda (JCPA) – The Global Eye

(Africa) Recipe for a green recovery: Carbon taxes (Brookings) – The Global Eye

(Armenia/Azerbaijan/Turkey) Azerbaijan, Turkey Watching Armenia’s Political Crisis (The Jamestown Foundation) – The Global Eye

(Australia) Future Asian students vital to the health of Australian universities (East Asia Forum) – The Global Eye

(Australia) Australia makes another order for Boeing’s Loyal Wingman drones after a successful first flight (Defense News) – The Global Eye

(Australia/Asia-Pacific) Australia’s Asia-Pacific strategy endangered by UK CPTPP accession (East Asia Forum) – The Global Eye

(Belarus) Sochi Summit Contra the West’s Belarus Policies (The Jamestown Foundation) – The Global Eye

(China) China’s Dangerous Game Around Covid-19 Vaccines (HRW) – The Global Eye

(China) Reading China’s approach to counterterrorism (ORF) – The Global Eye

(China) China’s new 5-year plan: Shifting investment from coal to green tech (WEF) – The Global Eye

(China) Rule of law: Beijing style (AEI) – The Global Eye

(China/Australia) Power rationing in China is unrelated to Australian coal embargo (East Asia Forum) – The Global Eye

(Ethiopia/Sudan) The unintended consequence of Ethiopia’s civil war might be a border war with Sudan (Atlantic Council) – The Global Eye

(Europe) European Climate Change Lawsuit Spotlights Child Rights (HRW) – The Global Eye

(Europe) What to do with Extraterritorial Sanctions? EU Responses (ORF) – The Global Eye

(Europe/Asia) Europe needs to learn from Asia to stop falling behind in tech (WEF) – The Global Eye

(Georgia) Georgian journalist Vakhtang Sanaia receives concussion from assault by 3 attackers (CPJ) – The Global Eye

(Georgia) In Georgia, an up-and-down road to justice for victims of the August War (Brookings) – The Global Eye

(Georgia) Protests in Georgia Increase Former President Mikheil Saakashvili’s Influence (The Jamestown Foundation) – The Global Eye

(Hungary) Last Chance for EPP to Uphold Democratic Values in Hungary Showdown (HRW) – The Global Eye

(India) COVID-19 is exacerbating air quality issues to the detriment of India’s most vulnerable (Atlantic Council) – The Global Eye

(India) New intermediary rules jeopardize the security of Indian internet users (Brookings) – The Global Eye

(India) India flags off Phase-2 of the Covid-19 Vaccine drive: Progressing steadily, but is it enough? (ORF) – The Global Eye

(India) India and the world (ORF) – The Global Eye

(India/China) Cautious disengagement (ORF) – The Global Eye

(India/Europe) Green Transitions: Catalysing India–EU relations for a green future (ORF) – The Global Eye

(India/Russia) India-Russia relations in a post-Covid world (ORF) – The Global Eye

(Indonesia) Indonesian election law revision a win for the ruling elite (East Asia Forum) – The Global Eye

(Iran) Insufficient Diplomatic Strength to Stop Iran (JCPA) – The Global Eye

(Iran/USA) Iran: “This Is Not the Time for Talks with the United States” (JCPA) – The Global Eye

(Iraq/Pope Francis) The pope goes to Najaf: The person and the institution of Sistani (Brookings) – The Global Eye

(Iraq/USA) Militias in Iraq Provide Security, Wield Political Power, and May Be Tearing the Country Apart (Defense One) – The Global Eye

(Israel) Here’s how Israel can maintain an advantage in the aerial systems race (Defense News) – The Global Eye

(Israel) The Defense Budget for 2021 (INSS) – The Global Eye

(Kenya) Reducing Kenya’s health system dependence on donors (Brookings) – The Global Eye

(Kyrgyzstan) Kyrgyzstan Preparing for Constitutional Reform in Search for Stability (The Jamestown Foundation) – The Global Eye

(Maghreb) BDC Snapshots: Intra-regional economic integration would boost Maghreb economies (Brookings) – The Global Eye

(Middle East) In the Middle East, poverty is down but economic grievance is up. Why? (Brookings) – The Global Eye

(Russia) A rebuttal to Russia’s narrative about the West, grounded in history (Atlantic Council) – The Global Eye

(Russia) Potemkin Putin (Project-Syndicate) – The Global Eye

(Russia) Moscow Prioritizes the Development of Hypersonic Weapons (The Jamestown Foundation) – The Global Eye

(Russia/Africa) Moscow Expanding Diplomatic Contacts With Less Prominent Countries in Africa (The Jamestown Foundation) – The Global Eye

(Russia/Arctic) Russia’s New ‘Arctic Offensive’: Do the Benefits Outweigh the Costs? (Part Two) (The Jamestown Foundation) – The Global Eye

(Russia/Armenia) Lacking Alternatives, Russia Betting on Armenia’s Embattled Prime Minister Pashinian (The Jamestown Foundation) – The Global Eye

(Russia/Iran) Russia and Iran Sign an Intelligence Pact (BESA Center) – The Global Eye

(Russia/Middle East/USA) Russia Tries to Counter US Moves in the Middle East, in Vain (The Jamestown Foundation) – The Global Eye

(Russia/Myanmar) Russia’s search for influence in Myanmar (ORF) – The Global Eye

(Taiwan/Guyana) The ‘Guyana incident’ and lessons for Taiwan’s international space (East Asia Forum) – The Global Eye

(Transatlantic Alliance) A three-step plan for reviving the transatlantic alliance (Atlantic Council) – The Global Eye

(Tunisia) The President of Tunisia Slanders the Jews (BESA Center) – The Global Eye

(UAE) UAE: Greater Progress Needed on Women’s Rights (HRW) – The Global Eye

(UK) Why the UK government must do more to boost green revolution (WEF) – The Global Eye

(Ukraine) Zelenskyy aims to end Ukraine’s oligarch era (Atlantic Council) – The Global Eye

(Ukraine) Ukrainian parliament finally moves to end multi-voting (Atlantic Council) – The Global Eye

(USA) With digital savvy, teachers can enliven America’s classrooms (Brookings) – The Global Eye

(USA) Understanding and mitigating climate change risks (Brookings) – The Global Eye

(USA) Getting the COVID-19 vaccine: Progress, and equity questions for the next phase (Brookings) – The Global Eye

(USA) The danger in calling the SolarWinds breach an ‘act of war’ (Brookings) – The Global Eye

(USA) Race and jobs at risk of being automated in the age of COVID-19 (Brookings) – The Global Eye

(USA) CISA emergency directive urges to fix Microsoft Exchange zero-days (Security Affairs) – The Global Eye

(USA) Trump Is Gone, but Democracy Is in Trouble (The Atlantic, Defense One) – The Global Eye

(USA) Boycott the Olympics? Cancel the Saudis? How Woke Can Biden Really Get? (Defense One) – The Global Eye

(USA) Biden’s first budget should reduce nuclear excess (Defense News) – The Global Eye

(USA) US Army’s unmanned aircraft rodeo firms up requirements for Shadow replacement (Defense News) – The Global Eye

(USA) Biden national security guidance calls to increase diplomacy, downplay nukes, end Afghanistan conflict (Defense News) – The Global Eye

(USA) Surface ship readiness continues to struggle, US Navy inspections show (Defense News) – The Global Eye

(USA) Space Force chief says he’s working on a declassification strategy, but offers scant details (Defense News) – The Global Eye

(USA) Lawmakers propose check on Biden’s war powers (Defense News) – The Global Eye

(USA) The US Military and the Capitol Mob (Project-Syndicate) – The Global Eye

(USA) Texas power crisis shows need to build a clean, resilient grid (Stem, WEF) – The Global Eye

(USA) Biden is right: A lot of students at elite schools have student debt (Brookings) – The Global Eye

(USA) Four lessons from a year of pandemic housing policies (Brookings) – The Global Eye

(USA) The Paycheck Protection Program and unemployment benefit claims (AEI) – The Global Eye

(USA) That Senate parliamentarian did Democrats a favor. Now it’s time for centrists to step up and do the same (AEI) – The Global Eye

(USA) A lot of Trump supporters want someone else to carry Trumpism’s banner into 2024 (AEI) – The Global Eye

(USA) The coming ACA expansion will be permanent (AEI) – The Global Eye

(USA) Defense Innovation Unit Launched 23 Projects Last Year, Up One-Third (Defense One) – The Global Eye

(USA) AI-Powered Drones Emerge as R&D Priority for Boeing (Defense One) – The Global Eye

(USA) Key Elements Expected This Year for Pentagon’s Link-Everything Effort (Defense One) – The Global Eye

(USA) Why Invest in Hypersonic Technology? (Defense One) – The Global Eye

(USA) Modeling Software Once Led Us to the Precipice of Nuclear War. What Will AI Do? (Defense One) – The Global Eye

(USA) MDA says Alaska-based missile defense radar will be operational in 2021 (Defense News) – The Global Eye

(USA) 8 ideas for successful technology convergence (Defense News) – The Global Eye

(USA) How should the next National Defense Strategy balance terrorism, rogue regimes, and great-power competition? (Atlantic Council) – The Global Eye

(USA) The Long Fuse: Misinformation and the 2020 Election (Atlantic Council) – The Global Eye

(USA) During the pandemic, ‘lost’ education jobs aren’t what they seem (Brookings) – The Global Eye

(USA) Why and how the National Security Strategy should address fragile states (Brookings) – The Global Eye

(USA) Examining and addressing COVID-19 racial disparities in Detroit (Brookings) – The Global Eye

(USA) What the recovery from the Great Recession reveals about post-pandemic work and cities (Brookings) – The Global Eye

(USA) 8,000 districts point to 5 trends in instructional offerings (AEI) – The Global Eye

(USA) Wealth taxes come with a wealth of worrisome potential trade-offs (AEI) – The Global Eye

(USA) Pick your Child Tax Credit (AEI) – The Global Eye

(USA) Democrats’ Stealth Plan to Enact Universal Basic Income (AEI) – The Global Eye

(USA) Trump’s protectionist failure (AEI) – The Global Eye

(USA) Embracing a Pandemic-Centered Foreign Policy (CSIS) – The Global Eye

(USA) Coronavirus Crisis Update: Sheryl Gay Stolberg “Spring is Just Around the Corner.” (CSIS) – The Global Eye

(USA) Empowering the US Global Change Research Program to further climate education and training (Brookings) – The Global Eye

(USA) The road to a net-zero economy requires building girls’ green skills for green jobs (Brookings) – The Global Eye

(USA) An apprenticeship FAQ: What employers need to know about talent development (Brookings) – The Global Eye

(USA) Five reforms the FTC can undertake now to strengthen the agency (Brookings) – The Global Eye

(USA) Why are employment rates so low among Black men? (Brookings) – The Global Eye

(USA) Small Business Green Recovery Fund to power US climate transition (Brookings) – The Global Eye

(USA) How a federal Climate Planning Unit can manage built environment risks and costs (Brookings) – The Global Eye

(USA) How the United States can return to credible climate leadership (Brookings) – The Global Eye

(USA) The Goldilocks Stimulus Myth (Project-Syndicate) – The Global Eye

(USA/Afghanistan) Inclusivity is key to salvaging the US–Taliban Doha deal (East Asia Forum) – The Global Eye

(USA/China) Building a China Strategy Starts by Answering These Questions (Defense One) – The Global Eye

(USA/China) Why Biden’s new China czar requires comprehensive policy authorities (Defense News) – The Global Eye

(USA/China) China Is Not Ten Feet Tall (Foreign Affairs, Brookings) – The Global Eye

(USA/China) US Unprepared for AI Competition with China, Commission Finds (Defense One) – The Global Eye

(USA/China) A Solid Plan to Compete with China in Artificial Intelligence (Defense One) – The Global Eye

(USA/China) 10 reasons the US and China should cooperate now to stop the pandemic (Brookings) – The Global Eye

(USA/Carribean) CARICOM chairman: It’s time for a ‘reset’ in US-Caribbean relations (Atlantic Council) – The Global Eye

(USA/Europe) Pentagon pushes to partake in EU military mobility planning (Defense News) – The Global Eye

(USA/Latin America) Do US institutions still inspire? The case of Latin America (AEI) – The Global Eye

(USA/North Korea) It’s time to get serious about a pressure strategy to contain North Korea (Atlantic Council) – The Global Eye

(USA/ROK) Report release: The future of the US-ROK alliance (Atlantic Council) – The Global Eye

(USA/ROK) Advancing US-ROK cooperation on nuclear energy (Atlantic Council) – The Global Eye

(USA/Russia) Three big takeaways from Biden’s first Russia sanctions (Atlantic Council) – The Global Eye

(USA/Saudi Arabia) United States and Saudi Arabia: Recalculating their Route (INSS) – The Global Eye

(USA/Saudi Arabia) US Intelligence Report Leaves Saudi Arabia with No Good Geopolitical Choices (BESA Center) – The Global Eye

(USA/Saudi Arabia) A Realist Reset for US-Saudi Relations (CFR) – The Global Eye

(USA/Taiwan) A Salami Slice for Taiwan’s Security (Defense One) – The Global Eye

(USA/Ukraine) Biden and Ukraine: A strategy for the new administration (Atlantic Council) – The Global Eye

(USA/Venezuela) New Atlantic Council poll: Insights on Venezuelan and Cuban American sentiments regarding US policy toward Venezuela (Atlantic Council) – The Global Eye

(USA/Yemen) Getting Yemen’s Houthis to “yes” on a ceasefire (Brookings) – The Global Eye

(Vietnam) Pham Minh Chinh’s potential to shape Vietnam’s political system (East Asia Forum) – The Global Eye

(Vietnam/USA/Indo-Pacific) Is Vietnam open to Washington’s Indo-Pacific strategy? (East Asia Forum) – The Global Eye

Temi globali

(Cities) Getting in on the ground floor: how street-level lots could reinvigorate the post-COVID city (WEF) – The Global Eye

(Climate Change) The developing world must get ready to adapt its trade to climate change (WEF) – The Global Eye

(Climate Change) Why private capital is the key to unlocking carbon capture at scale (WEF) – The Global Eye

(Climate Change) For climate policies to stay on track we must prepare for transition risks (WEF) – The Global Eye

(Climate Change/Biodiversity) 5 facts you might not know about why forest biodiversity matters (WEF) – The Global Eye

(Climate Change/Industrial Clusters) 4 solutions for reducing emissions from industrial clusters (WEF) – The Global Eye

(Cybersecurity) GRUB2 boot loader maintainers fixed hundreds of flaws (Security Affairs) – The Global Eye

(Cybersecurity) Group-IB: ransomware empire prospers in pandemic-hit world. Attacks grow by 150% (Security Affairs) – The Global Eye

(Democracy) Sarkozy’s Conviction Is a Win for the Rule of Law (Project-Syndicate) – The Global Eye

(Democracy) Defending democracy is a job for the world, not the west (ORF) – The Global Eye

(Education) Most teachers think remote learning is a poor substitute for the classroom, survey shows (WEF) – The Global Eye

(Education) Why we must reimagine capacity building to strengthen education after COVID-19 (WEF) – The Global Eye

(Energy) Renewable energy: common myths debunked (WEF) – The Global Eye

(Gender Parity) Women’s rights must be central to the global recovery. Here’s why (WEF) – The Global Eye

(Global Economy) The Threats to Recovery (Project-Syndicate) – The Global Eye

(Global Economy) When Special Drawing Rights Aren’t So Special (Project-Syndicate) – The Global Eye

(Global Economy/Climate Change) Central Banks’ Green Goals Are Raising Red Flags (Project-Syndicate) – The Global Eye

(Global Governance) Your diversity, equity and inclusion initiatives are missing the point. Here’s how to fix them (WEF) – The Global Eye

(Global Governance) How improved data could boost humanitarian investment (WEF) – The Global Eye

(Global Governance) IMF Head: How governments can prevent widening inequality (WEF) – The Global Eye

(Innovation/Technology) A 5-step guide to scale responsible AI (WEF) – The Global Eye

(Pandemic) A Guide to Global COVID-19 Vaccine Efforts (CFR) – The Global Eye

(Pandemic/Academics/Policymakers) Why academics and policymakers should continue to work together after COVID-19 (The Conversation, WEF) – The Global Eye

(Pandemic/Global Governance) An Unequal Crisis (HRW) – The Global Eye

(Pandemic/Health Workers) Health Workers: Heroes, Yes, But They Need Our Support (HRW) – The Global Eye

(Pandemic/Innovation/Technology) COVID-19 has accelerated digital transformation – here’s how companies can adapt (Forbes,WEF) – The Global Eye

(Pandemic/Older People) Covid-19 Exposed Need to Protect Older People’s Rights (HRW) – The Global Eye

(Pandemic/Technology) Technology is Enabling Surveillance, Inequality During the Pandemic (HRW) – The Global Eye

(Pandemic/Vaccines) How COVID-19 vaccine efforts could help defeat other diseases (WEF) – The Global Eye

(Pandemic/Vaccines) Reinforcing Rights Can Help Avert Failure on Covid-19 Vaccines (HRW) – The Global Eye

(Space) The first drone on Mars shows what the right collaborations make possible (WEF) – The Global Eye

(Trade/Climate Change) 4 ways to improve trade rules and support climate action (WEF) – The Global Eye

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