domenica, Gennaio 23, 2022

MONDI IN PROGRESS 07-07-2021

Think tanks e Scienza del Dove

 Il nostro viaggio settimanale tra relazioni internazionali, questioni globali, trasformazione digitale, transizione ecologica, tecnologie emergenti, cybersecurity, difesa, intelligence, spazio.

Afghanistan – After Afghanistan Falls (Djoomart Otorbaev, Project-Syndicate) – The Global Eye

Afghanistan – Afghan forces plan counterattack against Taliban in north: Report (Al Jazeera) – The Global Eye

Afghanistan – US, allies have responsibility to explain their failure to Afghan people: Hamid Karzai (Global Times) – The Global Eye

Afghanistan – Taliban seizes key districts in Afghanistan as gov’t forces flee (Al Jazeera) – The Global Eye

Africa – Capturing Africa’s insurance potential for shared prosperity (Landry Signé, Brookings) – The Global Eye

Africa – How Africa could soon start making its own medicines (Alison Buckholtz, International Finance Corporation, WEF) – The Global Eye

Armenia – Armenian Prime Minister Pashinian Wins New Political Mandate Despite Recent Military Defeat (Armen Grigoryan, The Jamestown Foundation) – The Global Eye

ASEAN – Reducing ASEAN’s trade compliance costs (Sithanonxay Suvannaphakdy, East Asia Forum) – The Global Eye

Asia Pacific – Harnessing the benefits of automation in the Asia Pacific (Yixiao Zhou, East Asia Forum) – The Global Eye

Australia – Tanks and the ADF capability calculus (Andrew Davies, The Strategist) – The Global Eye

Australia – Government needs to increase support for critical minerals projects in Australia (Gavin Lockyer, The Strategist) – The Global Eye

Australia – eSafety says tweeting commisioner will not qualify as a formal Online Safety Act request (Asha Barbaschow, ZD Net) – The Global Eye

Australia – National Archives gets AU$67m from Canberra to digitise records and lift cybersecurity (Aimee Chanthadavong, ZD Net) – The Global Eye

Australia – NSW government expands QR code check-in mandate to workplaces and beyond (Campbell Kwan, ZD Net) – The Global Eye

Australia – Trellis Data using machine learning to analyse shipping containers entering Australia (Asha Barbaschow, ZD Net) – The Global Eye

Australia/South Korea – Australia should learn from South Korea’s homegrown tech success (Alice Dawkins and Xiaoyi Kong, East Asia Forum) – The Global Eye

Australia/USA – Australia right to back Biden on democracy (Ben Scott, The Interpreter) – The Global Eye

Bangladesh/Bhutan/India/Nepal – Eastern Waterways Grid to benefit Bangladesh, Bhutan, India and Nepal (World Bank blogs) – The Global Eye

Biodiversity/Future Pandemics – G20 can prevent future pandemics by stopping destruction of nature (Luciana Borio, Neil Vora, WEF) – The Global Eye

Brazil – Brazilian government to sell technology companies in the second half of 2022 (Angelica Mari, ZD Net) – The Global Eye

Brazil – The Might and the Right: How Far Will Brazil’s Military Back Bolsonaro? (Crisis Group) – The Global Eye

Brazil – Brazil in the age of Bolsonaro (Chatham House) – The Global Eye

Burundi – Charm Offensive or Real Change? (Crisis Group) – The Global Eye

Canada – Concrete Action Needed Against Islamophobia in Canada (Insiya Mankani, HRW) – The Global Eye

Canada/Israel/Palestine – On Israel and Palestine, It’s Time for Canada to Recognize Reality (Farida Deif, Omar Shakir, HRW) – The Global Eye

Central Banks – Central Banking, Fast and Slow (Mohamed A. El-Erian, Project-Syndicate) – The Global Eye

Chile – Mapuche woman to lead body drafting Chile’s new constitution (Al Jazeera) – The Global Eye

Chile – Chile begins ‘beautiful challenge’ of drafting new constitution (Odette Magnet, Al Jazeera) – The Global Eye

China – Postal Savings Bank of China suspends opening of new precious metals accounts (Global Times) – The Global Eye

China – China’s Belt and Road Initiative gets greener (Global Times) – The Global Eye

China – Xi confers honorary counterterrorism title on Xinjiang armed police (Global Times) – The Global Eye

China – China’s 1st 3D-printed retractile bridge unveiled in Shanghai; it can hold 20 ppl at a time (Global Times) – The Global Eye

China – The Chinese Communist Party and the people (John Fitzgerald, The Strategist) – The Global Eye

China – China follows its own path, West will have to accept it eventually (Chen Jin, Global Times) – The Global Eye

China – Chinese regulator investigates US-listed Boss Zhipin, Full Truck Alliance, strengthening data protection (Global Times) – The Global Eye

China – China launches new meteorological satellite (Global Times) – The Global Eye

China – UN Human Rights Clash Strains Credibility of Chinese Diplomacy (Elizabeth Chen, The Jamestown Foundation) – The Global Eye

China – The CCP’s Shifting Priorities: An Analysis of Politburo Group Study Sessions (Brian Hart, The Jamestown Foundation) – The Global Eye

China – Giving Precision Munitions ‘Eyes’ and a ‘Brain’: The State of PLA Research on Military Target Recognition (Alex Barker, The Jamestown Foundation) – The Global Eye

China – In its 100 years, who has China’s Communist Party purged? (Al Jazeera) – The Global Eye

China – China’s Communist Party Turns 100: A Major Force in Global Governance, But Cracks Exist in the Xi Era (Joshua Kurlantzick, CFR) – The Global Eye

China – Xi says no more ‘bullying’ as China marks party centenary (Shawn Yuan, Al Jazeera) – The Global Eye

China/Biodiversity – Biodiversity in China: Conserving nature, securing the future (Chatham House) – The Global Eye

China/Europe – China demonstrating no military threat toward Europe: EU MP (Global Times) – The Global Eye

China/Geospacial Information – China updates geospatial information with a newly-launched HD map (Global Times) – The Global Eye

China/Multilateralism – What does China mean when it talks about multilateralism? (Chatham House) – The Global Eye

China/Myanmar – Why are Chinese troops assembling on the Myanmar border? (John Walsh, East Asia Forum) – The Global Eye

China/North Korea – China’s Only Ally (Charles Parton OBE and James Byrne, RUSI) – The Global Eye

China/Russia – Russia’s new strategy shows US’ failure to split China-Russia ties (Yang Sheng, Global Times) – The Global Eye

China/Taiwan – The PRC Leverages Taiwan’s Water Crisis to Promote Cross-Strait Integrated Development (Kristian McGuire, The – The Global Eye

Civic Tech Organizations – How not to create a civic tech organization and what to do instead (Koketso Moeti, WEF) – The Global Eye

Climate Action Diplomacy/Middle East – New era of climate action diplomacy in the Middle East (Neeshad Shafi, WEF) – The Global Eye

Climate Change – In the race against climate change, cooperation between energy and transport is more critical than ever (Bernard Obika, Clotilde Rossi di Schio, Mary Ngaratoki Fabian, World Bank blogs) – The Global Eye

Climate Change/Circular Economy – A ‘dating site’ with a difference that’s pairing waste with recycling opportunities (Douglas Broom, WEF) – The Global Eye

Climate Change/Democratization – The Environmental Republic (Giulio Boccaletti, Project-Syndicate) – The Global Eye

Climate Change/Ecocide – What’s ‘ecocide’ and could it be prosecuted by the International Criminal Court? (Sean Fleming, WEF) – The Global Eye

Climate Change/Sustainable Development – The industries most at risk from extreme weather – and how to protect them (John Alarcon, Yingzhen Chuang, WEF) – The Global Eye

Colombia – The Pandemic Strikes: Responding to Colombia’s Mass Protests (Crisis Group) – The Global Eye

Colombia – Colombia’s Triple Crisis (Mauricio Cárdenas, Project-Syndicate) – The Global Eye

Competitive Innovation – Innovation and Great Power Competition (Sidharth Kaushal, RUSI) – The Global Eye

Cuba – Clampdown on Artists, Journalists (HRW) – The Global Eye

Cybersecurity – Kaseya ransomware attack: 1,500 companies affected, company confirms (Liam Tung, ZD Net) – The Global Eye

Cybersecurity – Kaseya ransomware supply chain attack: What you need to know (Charlie Osborne, ZD Net) – The Global Eye

Cybersecurity – Website of Mongolian certificate authority served backdoored client installer (Charlie Osborne, ZD Net) – The Global Eye

Cybersecurity – Operation Lyrebird: Group-IB assists INTERPOL in identifying suspect behind numerous cybercrimes worldwide (Pierluigi Paganini, Security Affairs) – The Global Eye

Cybersecurity – QNAP addressed a critical flaw that allows compromising NAS devices (Pierluigi Paganini, Security Affairs) – The Global Eye

Cybersecurity – Kaseya ransomware attack: US launches investigation as gang demands giant $70 million payment (Liam Tung, ZD Net) – The Global Eye

Cybersecurity – Didi barred from China appstores amidst government cybersecurity review (Eileen Yu, ZD Net) – The Global Eye

Cybersecurity – US water company WSSC Water hit by a ransomware attack (Pierluigi Paganini, Security Affairs) – The Global Eye

Cybersecurity – REvil gang exploited a zero-day in the Kaseya supply chain attack (Pierluigi Paganini, Security Affairs) – The Global Eye

Cybersecurity – Hackers spread backdoor after compromising the Mongolian CA MonPass (Pierluigi Paganini, Security Affairs) – The Global Eye

Cybersecurity – Coop supermarket closes hundreds of stores after Kaseya supply chain ransomware attack (Pierluigi Paganini, Security Affairs) – The Global Eye

Cybersecurity – Kaseya VSA supply-chain ransomware attack hit hundreds of companies (Pierluigi Paganini, Security Affairs) – The Global Eye

Cybersecurity – Diavol ransomware appears in the threat landscape. Is it the work of the Wizard Spider gang? (Pierluigi Paganini, Security Affairs) – The Global Eye

Cybersecurity – US, UK Officials: Russian Military Leveraging Containers in Active Hacking Campaign (Mariam Baksh, Nextgov) – The Global Eye

Cybersecurity – CISA alert urges to disable Windows Print Spooler to percent PrintNightmare attacks (Pierluigi Paganini, Security Affairs) – The Global Eye

Cybersecurity – UK, US agencies warn of large-scale brute-force attacks carried out by Russian APT (Pierluigi Paganini, Security Affairs) – The Global Eye

Cybersecurity – Hackers breached a data server of the University Medical Center (Pierluigi Paganini, Security Affairs) – The Global Eye

Cybersecurity – Microsoft found auth bypass, system hijack flaws in Netgear routers (Pierluigi Paganini, Security Affairs) – The Global Eye

Cybersecurity – US CISA releases a Ransomware Readiness Assessment (RRA) tool (Pierluigi Paganini, Security Affairs) – The Global Eye

Cybersecurity – Let’s take a walk on the Darkside (ZD net) – The Global Eye

Cybersecurity – Hackers hit a televised phone-in between President Putin and citizens at a TV show (Pierluigi Paganini, Security Affairs) – The Global Eye

Cybersecurity – Colombian authorities arrested hacker behind the Gozi Virus (Pierluigi Paganini, Security Affairs) – The Global Eye

Cybersecurity – Russian-based DoubleVPN seized by law enforcement (Pierluigi Paganini, Security Affairs) – The Global Eye

Cybersecurity – SolarWinds hackers remained hidden in Denmark’s central bank for months (Pierluigi Paganini, Security Affairs) – The Global Eye

Cybersecurity – New LinkedIn breach exposes data of 700 Million users (Pierluigi Paganini, Security Affairs) – The Global Eye

Cybersecurity – PoC exploit for CVE-2021-1675 RCE started circulating online (Pierluigi Paganini, Security Affairs) – The Global Eye

Cybersecurity – Linux version of REvil ransomware targets ESXi VM (Pierluigi Paganini, Security Affairs) – The Global Eye

Cybersecurity – Experts developed a free decryptor for the Lorenz ransomware (Pierluigi Paganini, Security Affairs) – The Global Eye

Cybersecurity – Singapore startup touts need to mitigate risks, automate cloud security (Eileen Yu, ZD Net) – The Global Eye

Cybersecurity – ENISA publishes Cybersecurity guide for SMEs (Pierluigi Paganini, Security Affairs) – The Global Eye

Cybersecurity/China – South China’s Shenzhen pioneers in regulation protecting personal big data (Global Times) – The Global Eye

Cybersecurity/China – 3 more internet firms scrutinized amid rising data security concern (Li Qiaoyi and Zhang Hongpei, Global Times) – The Global Eye

Debt Crisis – The Looming Stagflationary Debt Crisis (Nouriel Roubini, Project-Syndicate) – The Global Eye

Defense/Military/China – China displays land, sea, air combat robots at expo (Liu Xuanzun, Global Times) – The Global Eye

Digital Services – Designing digital services for equitable access (Sean McDonald, Brookings) – The Global Eye

Earth from Space – North Frisian Islands (ESA) – The Global Eye

Egypt – Why is Egypt building a new capital? (Mustafa Menshawy, Al Jazeera) – The Global Eye

Egypt/Iraq/Jordan – A new partnership 30 years in the making? (Katherine Harvey and Bruce Riedel, Brookings) – The Global Eye

El Salvador – El Salvador seizes opposition party assets in corruption probe (Al Jazeera) – The Global Eye

Energy Transition – What new strategic imperatives in the oil and gas sector mean for the energy transition (WEF) – The Global Eye

Ethiopia – Ethiopia PM defends handling of Tigray conflict after rebel gains (Al Jazeera) – The Global Eye

Ethiopia – TPLF lays out conditions for truce talks with Ethiopian gov’t (Al Jazeera) – The Global Eye

Ethiopia – Ethiopia denies blocking aid to Tigray, WFP resumes operations (Al Jazeera) – The Global Eye

Ethiopia – The Plough and the Kalashnikov: Ethiopia After Tigray (Greg Mills, RUSI) – The Global Eye

Ethiopia – Could fighting in Ethiopia’s Tigray trigger a wider conflict? (Al Jazeera) – The Global Eye

Ethiopia – Balancing Water Demands and Increasing Climate Resilience: Establishing a Baseline Water Risk Assessment Model in Ethiopia (Zablon Adane, Tinebeb Yohannes and Eliza L. Swedenborg, World Resources Institute) – The Global Eye

Ethiopia’s Renaissance Dam – Has diplomacy failed? (Al Jazeera) – The Global Eye

Europe – ‘Our adversaries exploit our seams’: Trinational effort seeks stronger air-policing coordination (Vivienne Machi, Defense News) – The Global Eye

Europe – Commissioner: Rejecting CAP plans on basis of Green Deal alignment ‘unimaginable’ (Natasha Foote, Euractiv) – The Global Eye

Europe – EU to fight ‘geography of discontent’ with new vision for rural areas (Gerardo Fortuna, Euractiv) – The Global Eye

Europe – Commission wants tougher rules for consumer credit deals (Euractiv with Reuters) – The Global Eye

Europe – Air passenger rights ‘not protected’ during pandemic, EU auditors say (Sean Goulding Carroll, Euractiv, Reuters) – The Global Eye

Europe – Draft EU plan outlines regulatory roadmap for green finance (Frédéric Simon, Euractiv with Reuters) – The Global Eye

Europe – Why carbon capture on waste-to-energy facilities undermines climate action (Janek Vahk and Mick Wallace, Euractiv) – The Global Eye

Europe/Belarus – EU Sectoral Sanctions Put a Heavy Burden on Lukashenka’s Regime (Mateusz Kubiak, The Jamestown Foundation) – The Global Eye

Financial Inclusion – FATF’s Impact on Financial Inclusion (Alanna Putze and Isabella Chase, Chatham House) – The Global Eye

Forests/TechInnovation – Protecting forests: Are early warning systems effective? (Eiji Yamada, Hiroaki Okonogi, and Takahiro Morita, Brookings) – The Global Eye

France/Sahel – After Barkhane: What France’s military drawdown means for the Sahel (Andrew Lebovich, ECFR) – The Global Eye

Geopolitics – A Little Geopolitics Is a Dangerous Thing (Harold James, Project-Syndicate) – The Global Eye

Georgia/West – Why the West Should Not Forget About Georgia (Natia Seskuria, RUSI) – The Global Eye

Germany/Facebook – German government bodies urged to remove their Facebook Pages before next year (Natasha Lomas, TechCrunch) – The Global Eye

Ghana – Ghana plans to issue Africa’s first social bonds with $2B sale (Ekow Dontoh, Bloomberg, Al Jazeera) – The Global Eye

Ghana – Addressing youth unemployment in Ghana by supporting the agro-processing and tourism sectors (Ernest Aryeetey, Priscilla Twumasi Baffour, and Festus Ebo Turkson, Brookings) – The Global Eye

Ghana – Employment creation potential, labor skills requirements, and skill gaps for young people: Ghana case study (Ernest Aryeetey, Priscilla Twumasi Baffour, and Festus Ebo Turkson, Brookings) – The Global Eye

Global Corporate Tax Rules – 130 countries commit to overhauling global corporate tax rules (Aimee Chanthadavong, ZD Net) – The Global Eye

Global Health – Primary health care needs to be fit for the post COVID world – how do we do that? (Muhammad Ali Pate, World Bank blogs) – The Global Eye

Global Supply Chains – How to solve COVID’s crew change crisis and protect global supply chains (Jeremy Nixon, WEF) – The Global Eye

Google – Outcry pushes Google to postpone third-party cookies ban to mid-2023 (Mathieu Pollet, Euractiv) – The Global Eye

G7/BRI – How should the G-7 respond to China’s BRI? (Howard W. French and David Dollar, Brookings) – The Global Eye

Haiti – Prisoners in Haiti Still Face Horrendous Conditions (Nathalye Cotrino Villarreal, HRW) – The Global Eye

Hamas – Hamas launches military summer camps for Gaza youth (Entsar Abu Jahal, Al Monitor) – The Global Eye

Hong Kong – Tech giants warn changes to Hong Kong privacy laws may see them exit the market (Campbell Kwan, ZD Net) – The Global Eye

Hong Kong – HK’s financial hub role has not changed by slightest degree after national security law is implemented: Carrie Lam (Global Times) – The Global Eye

Hong Kong – Hong Kong doubles funding for 5G subsidy scheme to HKS$100 million (Global Times) – The Global Eye

Hong Kong – In a year, a single law has decimated human rights in Hong Kong (Agnes Callamard, Al Jazeera) – The Global Eye

Human Rights – Why Laws Are Needed to Avoid Corporate Rights Abuses (Arvind Ganesan, HRW) – The Global Eye

Human Rights/Geopolitics – Geopolitical shifts and evolving social challenges – what role for human rights? (Chatham House) – The Global Eye

Human Trafficking – Ending Human Trafficking in the 21st Century Symposium (CFR) – The Global Eye

India – India Looks West (Shashi Tharoor, Project-Syndicate) – The Global Eye

India – How dowry influences household decisions in rural India (World Bank blogs) – The Global Eye

India – Transition paths towards better health outcomes in India: Optimizing the use of existing pooled government funds (Tarun Khanna, Nachiket Mor, and Sandhya Venkateswaran, Brookings) – The Global Eye

Indonesia – Indonesian peacekeeping and civil–military relations: a double-edged sword (Natalie Sambhi, The Strategist) – The Global Eye

Indonesia – Indonesia’s opportunistic approach to arms procurement (Ristian Atriandi Supriyanto, East Asia Forum) – The Global Eye

Indonesia – Urgent lessons from Indonesia’s submarine disaster (Sigit S Nugroho and Keoni Indrabayu Marzuki, East Asia Forum) – The Global Eye

Inequality – How can the world address inequality? 7 experts explain (Abhinav Chugh, WEF) – The Global Eye

Iran – Iran’s only nuclear plant back online after two-week shutdown (Al Jazeera) – The Global Eye

Iraq – Iraqi Prime Minister Walks Tightrope Between Shia Militias and the United States (Rami Jameel, The Jamestown Foundation) – The Global Eye

Iraq – Islamic State suspected of sabotaging Iraqi electrical towers (Mustafa Saadoun, Al Monitor) – The Global Eye

Israel – The Evyatar Outpost: Israel’s New Pioneers (Maj. Gen. (res.) Gershon Hacohen, BESA Center) – The Global Eye

Israel – Israel to vote on renewing law that keeps out Palestinian spouses (Al Jazeera) – The Global Eye

Israel – Rafael combines AI and automatic target recognition in new Sea Breaker missile (Seth Frantzman, Defense News) – The Global Eye

Israel – Israel probes possible missile attack on cargo ship: Reports (Al Jazeera) – The Global Eye

Israel – Jerusalem bilingual school promotes coexistence (Amany Mahmoud, Al Monitor) – The Global Eye

Israel – Can United Arab List change Israeli politics from within? (Thomas O Falk, Al Jazeera) – The Global Eye

Israel/Palestine – Israel arrests Palestinian rights lawyer after anti-Abbas protest (Al Jazeera) – The Global Eye

Italy – Italian Navy aircraft carrier to get first F-35B ‘within a few days’ (Tom Kington, Defense News) – The Global Eye

Italy/Ukraine – Italy and Ukraine Strengthen Bilateral Cooperation (Claudia Palazzo, The Jamestown Foundation) – The Global Eye

Japan – Suga’s LDP falls short of majority in Tokyo city election (Al Jazeera) – The Global Eye

Japan – Protecting Japan’s foreign workers amid the COVID-19 pandemic (Yusaku Yoshikawa, East Asia Forum) – The Global Eye

Japan – Japan’s nuclear wastewater plan is clouded by politics (Yasuo Takao, East Asia Forum) – The Global Eye

Japan/Taiwan – Japan’s slippery Taiwan tricks will not work (Da Zhigang, Global Times) – The Global Eye

Japan/USA/China/Russia – Hostile ties with both China, Russia expose Japan to more dependence on US (Cai Liang, Global Times) – The Global Eye

Kenya – Investigate Deportation of Turkish National (HRW) – The Global Eye

Kuwait – Kuwait’s life-after-oil fund rises to record $700B (Fiona MacDonald, Bloomberg, Al Jazeera) – The Global Eye

Latin America – COVID-19 cost Latin America and the Caribbean 1.5 million jobs. Here’s how to recover them (Carlos Felipe Jaramillo, Joana Silva, World Bank, WEF) – The Global Eye

Latin America – Under the Latin American Volcano (Kenneth Rogoff, Project-Syndicate) – The Global Eye

Lebanon – What would the collapse of Lebanon’s army mean? (Anchal Vohra, Al Jazeera) – The Global Eye

Libya – Libya talks on elections miss deadline amid ‘heated debate’ (Middle East Eye) – The Global Eye

Libya – Hopes for reconstruction boom clash with reality on the ground (Francesca Ebel, Middle East Eye) – The Global Eye

Lithuania – Self-contradicting Lithuanian politicians put political party gains before national interests (Mu Lu, Global Times) – The Global Eye

Malaysia – Malaysia Indigenous communities ‘hopeful’ on logging dispute (Al Jazeera) – The Global Eye

Malaysia – Raids on Migrants Hinder Vaccine Access (HRW) – The Global Eye

Mali – France to resume military operations in Mali (Middle East Eye) – The Global Eye

Mexico – Mexico water supply buckles on worsening drought, crops at risk (Al Jazeera) – The Global Eye

Morocco – Resilient buildings make urban Morocco safer (World Bank blogs) – The Global Eye

Myanmar – Myanmar military adopts ‘four cuts’ to stamp out coup opponents (Emily Fishbein, Nu Nu Lusan and Vahpual, Al Jazeera) – The Global Eye

Myanmar – Myanmar military kills at least 25 people in raid on central town (Al Jazeera) – The Global Eye

Myanmar – Security Forces Arrest Defense Lawyers (HRW) – The Global Eye

Netherlands/Facebook – Dutch court will hear another Facebook privacy lawsuit (Natasha Lomas, TechCrunch) – The Global Eye

New Zealand – New Zealand working on a consumer data right regulatory regime (Asha Barbaschow, ZD Net) – The Global Eye

Nile Dam Dispute – Is UN last diplomatic stop in Nile dam dispute ? (Al Monitor) – The Global Eye

North Korea – Reports of people ‘starving’ as N Korea struggles to feed itself (Frank Smith, Al Jazeera) – The Global Eye

Norway – KLP fund divests from firms linked to Israeli settlements (Al Jazeera) – The Global Eye

OPEC+ – OPEC+ calls off meeting as UAE, Saudi spat continues (Al Jazeera) – The Global Eye

OPEC+ – OPEC+ to resume talks on Monday after UAE roadblock (Al Jazeera) – The Global Eye

Pacific – Aiding the Pacific during Covid: An update (Alexandre Dayant, Roland Rajah, The Interpreter) – The Global Eye

Pakistan/China – Pakistan-China relationship is a factor for stability in the region and beyond: Pakistani Ambassador (Xie Wenting and Bai Yunyi, Global Times) – The Global Eye

Pakistan/India – Pakistan NSA accuses India of orchestrating Lahore bomb attack (Al Jazeera) – The Global Eye

Palestine – Hundreds of Palestinians in West Bank protest against PA’s Abbas (Al Jazeera) – The Global Eye

Palestine – Anti-Palestinian Authority protesters march in Ramallah over Nizar Banat death (Middle East Eye) – The Global Eye

Palestine – Activist Nizar Banat’s death ‘unnatural’: Palestinian Authority (Al Jazeera) – The Global Eye

Pandemic/Global Ethical Responsibility – Global Ethical Responsibility in the Context of Covid (Oleg Barabanov, Valdai Discussion Club) – The Global Eye

Pandemic Recovery – The Right Advice for the Pandemic Recovery (Koichi Hamada, Project-Syndicate) – The Global Eye

Peru – The management of mining revenue in Peru (Chloe Schalit, Supriya Sadagopan, Mario Picon, Results for Development, Brookings) – The Global Eye

Philippines – Drop Proposal for New Militia (HRW) – The Global Eye

Poland – Renewable energy is a great deal for Poland (Euractiv) – The Global Eye

Post Pandemic Recovery/Development Institutions – Strategy for Post-Pandemic Recovery of the World Economy: The Role of Development Institutions (Zhang Henglong, Valdai Discussion Club) – The Global Eye

Protecting Miners – Does a New ‘Gold Standard’ Really Protect Miners? (Juliane Kippenberg, HRW) – The Global Eye

Remittances – One more thing that economists failed at predicting during COVID-19 (Dany Bahar, Brookings) – The Global Eye

Resiliency Compass – Navigating Global Value Chain Disruption in an Age of Uncertainty (WEF) – The Global Eye

Rohingya Refugees – Rohingya Refugees Facing Medical Crisis on Bhasan Char (Meenakshi Ganguly, HRW) – The Global Eye

Rural resilience – It’s not only about insurance (World Bank blogs) – The Global Eye

Russia – Putin says Russia could have sunk UK warship without starting World War Three (Euractiv with Reuters) – The Global Eye

Russia/Belarus – Russia, Belarus, and the Empire Debate (Emil Avdaliani, BESA Center) – The Global Eye

Russia/Black Sea Region – Moscow Steps up Intimidation Campaign in Black Sea Region (Pavel Felgenhauer, The Jamestown Foundation) – The Global Eye

Russia/Global Security Risks – Were Shots Fired? Similarities and Differences Between the Situation in the South China Sea and the Incident off the Russian Cape Fiolent (Andrey Gubin, Valdai Discussion Club) – The Global Eye

Russia/Turkey – What Erdogan’s Tilt to the West Means for Russia–Turkey Relations (Dimitar Bechev, RUSI) – The Global Eye

Russia/Ukraine – As Russian Military Prepares for Zapad 2021, Heavy Armed Forces Stay Close to Ukraine (Roger McDermott, The Jamestown Foundation) – The Global Eye

Saudi Arabia – Saudi Arabia Steps Up Effort to Replace UAE and Qatar as Go-To Regional Hub (Dr. James M. Dorsey, BESA Center) – The Global Eye

Saudi Arabia – Saudi Arabia changes import rules from Gulf in challenge to UAE (Al Jazeera) – The Global Eye

Senegal – New Counterterror Laws Threaten Rights (HRW) – The Global Eye

Serbia/Belarus – The end of the Serbia-Belarus tango (Orhan Dragaš, Euractiv) – The Global Eye

Slovenia/Europe – Slovenia hosts College of European Commissioners for working visit (Euractiv with STA) – The Global Eye

Somalia – Light at the end of the tunnel? Update on the impact of COVID-19 on the private sector in Somalia (Asta Bareisaite, Gemechu Ayana Aga, Taneem Ahad, World Bank blogs) – The Global Eye

South Africa – Jacob Zuma compares South Africa judges with apartheid rulers (Al Jazeera) – The Global Eye

South Asia – Unlocking and Safeguarding Human Potential Across South Asia (Hartwig Schafer, World Bank blogs) – The Global Eye

South Korea – South Korea to allocate more 5G spectrum in November (Cho Mu-Hyun, ZD Net) – The Global Eye

Space – The heart of a lunar sensor (ESA) – The Global Eye

Space – European Robotic Arm ready for space (ESA) – The Global Eye

Space – From atoms to planets, the longest-running Space Station experiment (ESA) – The Global Eye

Space – Chandra Turns Up the Heat in the Milky Way Center (NASA) – The Global Eye

Space – NASA’s Self-Driving Perseverance Mars Rover ‘Takes the Wheel’ (Andrew Good, Karen Fox, Josh Handal, NASA) – The Global Eye

Space – First high-altitude drop test success for ExoMars parachute (ESA) – The Global Eye

Space – Webb passes key launch clearance review (ESA) – The Global Eye

Space – Satellites launched to boost connectivity and create jobs (ESA) – The Global Eye

Space – Power on: new solar arrays installed over three spacewalks (ESA) – The Global Eye

Space – Eye of ESA’s asteroid mission (ESA) – The Global Eye

Space – CubeSat will sift asteroid secrets from reflected sunshine (ESA) – The Global Eye

Space – Reprogrammable satellite shipped to launch site (ESA) – The Global Eye

Space/Australia – Australian space manufacturers receive AU$1.3b backing from Canberra (Aimee Chanthadavong, ZD Net) – The Global Eye

Space/China – China sends world’s first meteorological satellite into dawn-dusk orbit, fills gap in global observation data (Fan Anqi, Global Times) – The Global Eye

Space/China – ‘We were ready to sacrifice’: Chinese astronaut reflects on China’s first spacewalk 13 yrs ago (Global Times) – The Global Eye

Spain – Spain joins campaign to phase out coal by 2030 (Euractiv with Reuters) – The Global Eye

Spain/Catalonia – Spanish PM: Socialists will ‘never’ endorse Catalonia independence vote (EuroEFE, Euractiv) – The Global Eye

Sub Saharan Africa – IMF: 7 steps to speed up the COVID-19 vaccine effort in sub-Saharan Africa (Kristalina Georgieva, Abebe Aemro Selassie, IMF blog) – The Global Eye

Sudan – Sudan protesters demand gov’t step down over economic reforms (Al Jazeera) – The Global Eye

Suez Canal – Settlement reached to release ship that blocked Suez Canal (Al Jazeera) – The Global Eye

Syria – Assad forces kill nine in Idlib, including seven children (Middle East Eye) – The Global Eye

Sustainable Cities – Prize for Cities Awarded to Rosario, Argentina, for Improving Resilience and Equity Through Urban Agriculture (World Resources Institute) – The Global Eye

Taiwan – The limits of indigenous hunting rights in Taiwan (Scott Simon, East Asia Forum) – The Global Eye

Taiwan/China – Taiwan’s China dependency is a double-edged sword (Roy C Lee, Chung-Hua, East Asia Forum) – The Global Eye

TechInnovation – These AI projects are improving cancer screening and outcomes (WEF) – The Global Eye

TechInnovation – Pioneering robotics firm fetches a pile of cash (Greg Nichols, ZD Net) – The Global Eye

TechInnovation – Windows 11 upgrades: Why security is going to be the key driver (Liam Tung, ZD Net) – The Global Eye

TechInnovation – Unequal justice: A spatial analysis of unsolved homicides (Esri) – The Global Eye

TechInnovation – Obviously AI, a no code startup for data analysts, increases its seed round to $4.7M (Catherine Shu, TechCrunch) – The Global Eye

TechInnovation – Why former Alibaba scientist wants to back founders outside the Ivory Tower (Rita Liao, TechCrunch) – The Global Eye

TechInnovation – Tinybird turns raw data into realtime API at scale (Romain Dillet, TechCrunch) – The Global Eye

TechInnovation – Podcast: A guide to public-private collaboration in chipmaking (Pavneet Singh, Nadia Schadlow, and Dan Armbrust, Brookings) – The Global Eye

TechInnovation – ArcGIS StoryMaps at the 2021 Esri User Conference (Jacqui Newell, Michelle Thomas, Esri) – The Global Eye

TechInnovation – Meet Mighty, an e-commerce platform where kids are the boss; a “digital lemonade stand” (Connie Loizos, TechCrunch) – The Global Eye

TechInnovation – Healthcare data sharing: How to improve patient care in the future (Paul Johnson, TechCrunch) – The Global Eye

TechInnovation – Facebook is testing a Twitter-like ‘threads’ feature on some public figures’ pages (Amanda Silberling, TechCrunch) – The Global Eye

TechInnovation – Fetch Robotics’ CEO on the company’s acquisition and the future of warehouse robots (Brian Heater, TechCrunch) – The Global Eye

TechInnovation – With $3M seed, Frame streamlines finding a therapist and builds a one-stop shop for private practices (Devin Coldewey, TechCrunch) – The Global Eye

TechInnovation – GM is investing in a California lithium extraction project (Aria Alamalhodaei, TechCrunch) – The Global Eye

TechInnovation – India’s Licious raises $192 million for international expansion (Manish Singh, TechCrunch) – The Global Eye

TechInnovation – Swedish gaming firm MTG acquires India’s PlaySimple for $360 million (Manish Singh, TechCrunch) – The Global Eye

TechInnovation – How AI Can Help with Critical Government System Maintenance Needs (Steve Brothers, Nextgov) – The Global Eye

TechInnovation – What’s new in ArcGIS Velocity (June 2021) (Greg Tieman, Esri) – The Global Eye

TechInnovation – Create dynamic HTML side-by-side infographics in ArcGIS Business Analyst Web App (Geetha Narayanan, Esri) – The Global Eye

TechInnovation – New home page fonts (June 2021) (Mike Minami, Esri) – The Global Eye

TechInnovation – Utility Network is now on ArcGIS Javascript API 4.20 (Hussein Nasser, Esri) – The Global Eye

TechInnovation – HPE to acquire data management platform Zerto (Stephanie Condon, ZD Net) – The Global Eye

TechInnovation – Google releases new open-source security software program: Scorecards (Steven J. Vaughan-Nichols, ZD Net) – The Global Eye

TechInnovation – Facebook wants to help train the robots that will take out your trash and unload your dishwasher (Daphne Leprince-Ringuet, ZD Net) – The Global Eye

TechInnovation – Microsoft announces its unified sales and marketing structure for fiscal 2022 (Mary Jo Foley, ZD Net) – The Global Eye

TechInnovation – Poison in the Well. Securing the Shared Resources of Machine Learning (Andrew Lohn, CSET) – The Global Eye

TechInnovation – Ghost raises $100M Series D for autonomous driving and crash prevention tech (Aria Alamalhodaei, TechCrunch) – The Global Eye

TechInnovation – TikTok expands max video length to 3 minutes, up from 60 seconds (Sarah Perez, TechCrunch) – The Global Eye

TechInnovation – Codat raises $40M from Tiger for its SMB-focused API service (Alex Wilhelm, TechCrunch) – The Global Eye

TechInnovation – Pinterest updates policy to prohibit ads promoting weight loss (Amanda Silberling, TechCrunch) – The Global Eye

TechInnovation – Codat raises $40M from Tiger for its SMB-focused API service (Alex Wilhelm, TechCrunch) – The Global Eye

TechInnovation – Mercado Bitcoin, Brazil’s first crypto exchange, raises $200M from SoftBank (Mary Ann Azevedo, TechCrunch) – The Global Eye

TechInnovation – Tiger Global in talks to back Indian fintech Yap (Manish Singh, TechCrunch) – The Global Eye

TechInnovation – Instant grocery startup Getir makes its first acquisition to expand into Spain and Italy (Ingrid Lunden, TechCrunch) – The Global Eye

TechInnovation – Germany’s icon group VC bets $30M to back startups enabling traditional companies to pivot (Mike Butcher, TechCrunch) – The Global Eye

TechInnovation – Rohlik raises $119M at a $1.2B valuation to grow its 2-hour grocery delivery service in Europe (Ingrid Lunden, TechCrunch) – The Global Eye

TechInnovation – Uber’s first head of data science just raised a new venture fund to back nascent AI startups (Connie Loizos, TechCrunch) – The Global Eye

TechInnovation – Nodes & Links raises $11M to — maybe — save billions on the big projects the world needs now (Mike Butcher, TechCrunch) – The Global Eye

TechInnovation – VividQ, which has raised $15M, says it can turn normal screens into holographic displays (Mike Butcher, TechCrunch) – The Global Eye

TechInnovation – COVID vaccination cards to appear on Android in US (Chris Duckett, ZD Net) – The Global Eye

TechInnovation – Global 5G population growing at 1M a day: Ericsson (Eileen Yu, ZD Net) – The Global Eye

TechInnovation – Tim Berners-Lee sells World Wide Web source code NFT for $5.4 million (Asha Barbaschow, ZD Net) – The Global Eye

TechInnovation – Research finds voice assistance could improve speech for Parkinson’s patients (Aimee Chanthadavong, ZD Net) – The Global Eye

TechInnovation – Micron Technology sees DRAM, NAND demand holding firm, supply tight through 2022 (Tiernan Ray, ZD Net) – The Global Eye

TechInnovation – NASA makes more than 800 innovations available to public (Jonathan Greig, ZD Net) – The Global Eye

TechInnovation – The how and why of network attached storage (ZD Net) – The Global Eye

TechInnovation – Box CEO Aaron Levie: CIOs are driving significant digital transformation (Vala Afshar, ZD Net) – The Global Eye

TechInnovation – Two high-profile Microsoft presidents are leaving the company (Mary Jo Foley, ZD Net) – The Global Eye

TechInnovation – Graphcore brings new competition to Nvidia in latest MLPerf AI benchmarks (Tiernan Ray, ZD Net) – The Global Eye

TechInnovation – Microsoft acquires AT&T networking tech to bolster its Azure for Operators strategy (Mary Jo Foley, ZD Net) – The Global Eye

TechInnovation – Blockchain can help us beat climate change. Here’s how (Adelyn Zhou, WEF) – The Global Eye

TechInnovation – What’s New in ArcGIS API for JavaScript (version 4.20) (Julie Powell, Esri) – The Global Eye

TechInnovation – What’s New in ArcGIS Experience Builder (June 2021) (Jianxia Song, Diana Colgrove, Esri) – The Global Eye

TechInnovation – X-Ray cartography in ArcGIS Online (John Nelson, Esri) – The Global Eye

TechInnovation – What’s New in ArcGIS Solutions (June 2021 Release) (Scott Oppmann, Esri) – The Global Eye

TechInnovation – High resolution data updates to Living Atlas World Elevation Layers and Tools (June 2021) (Rajinder Nagi, Esri) – The Global Eye

TechInnovation – An Alternative Portrait of Dependency: Esri’s Economic Dependency Ratio (Alex Henesy, Esri) – The Global Eye

TechInnovation – Esri UC 2021 – Data Health Check Appointments (DataReviewerTeam, Esri) – The Global Eye

TechInnovation – What’s new in ArcGIS Dashboards (June 2021) (Noora Golabi, Esri) – The Global Eye

TechInnovation – Getting up to speed with redesigned selectors in ArcGIS Dashboards (Ben Patterson, Esri) – The Global Eye

TechInnovation – Maps Are a Change Agent’s Best Friend (Jen Van Deusen, Esri) – The Global Eye

TechInnovation – Charles Lee: Environmental Justice Leader Uses Maps to Reveal Injustices (Margot Bordne, Clinton Johnson, Esri) – The Global Eye

TechInnovation – SoftBank attributes having enough Pepper robots for decision to halt its production (Campbell Kwan, ZD Net) – The Global Eye

TechInnovation – Axis Bank to send 70% of its apps and infrastructure to the cloud (Asha Barbaschow, ZD Net) – The Global Eye

TechInnovation – JFrog acquires Vdoo to provide security from development to device (Chris Preimesberger, ZD Net) – The Global Eye

TechInnovation – What is hyperconvergence, or HCI, or dHCI today? Why it’s all worth knowing (Scott Fulton III, ZD Net) – The Global Eye

TechInnovation – NSW to rebuild digital licence platform (Asha Barbaschow, ZD Net) – The Global Eye

TechInnovation – Telstra gets AU$2.8b for 49% stake in tower biz from Future Fund and super funds (Chris Duckett, ZD Net) – The Global Eye

TechInnovation – Indian tech startup exposed Byju’s student data (Zack Whittaker, TechCrunch) – The Global Eye

TechInnovation – Sequoia Capital India unveils fifth group of startups for Surge (Manish Singh, TechCrunch) – The Global Eye

TechInnovation – Tiger Global leads $31.5M investment in interactive edtech Quizizz (Manish Singh, TechCrunch) – The Global Eye

TechInnovation – Lollipop AI launches online grocery marketplace where you can build your own recipes (Mike Butcher, TechCrunch) – The Global Eye

TechInnovation – Facebook’s newsletter platform Bulletin is now live (Amanda Silberling, TechCrunch) – The Global Eye

TechInnovation – Zomato’s $100 million investment to turn Grofers into a unicorn (Manish Singh, TechCrunch) – The Global Eye

TechInnovation – Family app Life360 announces $2.1M investment round from celebs and influencers (Sarah Perez, TechCrunch) – The Global Eye

TechInnovation – Shopify drops its App Store commissions to 0% on developers’ first million in revenue (Sarah Perez, TechCrunch) – The Global Eye

TechInnovation – Nansen raises $12M from a16z to help investors make sense of crypto markets (Lucas Matney, TechCrunch) – The Global Eye

TechInnovation/Australia – Reserve Bank sees no ‘policy case’ for digital Aussie dollar just yet (Asha Barbaschow, ZD Net) – The Global Eye

TechInnovation/Australia – Aussie cryptocurrency industry unanimously calls for fit-for-purpose regulation (Asha Barbaschow, ZD Net) – The Global Eye

TechInnovation/Australia – TPG and Telstra restack of 1800MHz and 2100MHz bands sees 10-20% speed boost (Chris Duckett, ZD Net) – The Global Eye

TechInnovation/Australia – Victorian trial reveals lidar sensors can alert road users of upcoming hazards (Aimee Chanthadavong, ZD Net) – The Global Eye

TechInnovation/China – Suning.com expects colossal losses in H1 and announces stake sale to consortium (Global Times) – The Global Eye

TechInnovation/China – Wingtech announces acquisition of UK chipmaker NWF via its Dutch subsidiary (Global Times) – The Global Eye

TechInnovation/China – Didi app pulled from app stores in China after suspension order (Manish Singh, Rita Liao, TechCrunch) – The Global Eye

TechInnovation/India – E-commerce logistics startup Locad gets $4.9M seed round led by Sequoia Capital India’s Surge (Catherine Shu, TechCrunch) – The Global Eye

TechInnovation/India – India’s Furlenco raises $140 million for its furniture and appliance renting service (Manish Singh, TechCrunch) – The Global Eye

TechInnovation/India – Technology meets tradition: Kerala’s robotic leather puppets (Kavitha Yarlagadda, Al Jazeera) – The Global Eye

Cybersecurity/Japan – Japan to bolster national cybersecurity defence with 800 new hires: Report (Aimee Chanthadavong, ZD Net) – The Global Eye

TechInnovation/Middle East – Smart cities to the hyperloop: This region is investing in a tech-led transport revolution (Damian Radcliffe, ZD Net) – The Global Eye

Turkey – Turkey’s inflation hits two-year high with jump to 17.5 percent (Al Jazeera) – The Global Eye

Turkey – Turkey to make its own maritime missile-launching system after sanctions interrupt Lockheed plans (Tayfun Ozberk, Defense News) – The Global Eye

Turkey – How Turkey Bypasses Western Arms Embargoes (Burak Bekdil, BESA Center) – The Global Eye

Turkey/USA/Europe – Will US and EU pressure soften Erdogan’s brand of strongman rule? (Nikolaos Skondrianos, The Strategist) – The Global Eye

UAE/OPEC – UAE rebuffs plan by OPEC, allies to extend production pact (Al Jazeera) – The Global Eye

UK – The UK as a ‘Global Science Superpower’: Going from Rhetoric to Reality? (Ardi Janjeva, RUSI) – The Global Eye

UK – The UK’s Integrated Review and the future of cyber (Danny Steed, Elcano Royal Institute) – The Global Eye

UK/Europe/Japan – UK-EU-Japan digital policy coordination (Chatham House) – The Global Eye

Ukraine – Could a judicial ombudsman help solve Ukraine’s rule of law problems? (Bate Toms, Atlantic Council) – The Global Eye

Ukraine – Torture, Ill-Treatment by Armed Groups in East (HRW) – The Global Eye

Ukraine – Ukraine’s system of crony capitalism (John Lough, Chatham House) – The Global Eye

Ukraine/Cossack Communities/Russia – Cossack Divisions Now Threaten Kyiv the Way They Already Do Moscow (Paul Goble, The Jamestown Foundation) – The Global Eye

USA – The Real Inflation Risk (Daron Acemoglu, Project-Syndicate) – The Global Eye

USA – Lawmakers say DoD undercounts civilian casualties (Joe Gould, Defense News) – The Global Eye

USA – No-first use nuclear policy (East Asia Forum) – The Global Eye

USA – Time for US nuclear strategy to embrace no first use (Van Jackson, East Asia Forum) – The Global Eye

USA – Climate Benefits the US Bipartisan Infrastructure Deal Leaves Out (Jillian Neuberger, Katrina McLaughlin, Joel Jaeger, Carrie Dellesky, Lori Bird, Katie Lebling and Zach Byrum, World Resources Institute) – The Global Eye

USA – Why are states banning critical race theory? (Rashawn Ray and Alexandra Gibbons, Brookings) – The Global Eye

USA – Despite June’s positive jobs numbers, Black workers continue to face high unemployment (Kristen Broady and Carl Romer, Brookings) – The Global Eye

USA – To restore North Nashville’s Black middle class, local policymakers should pursue reparations (Andre M. Perry and Anthony Barr, ,Brookings) – The Global Eye

USA – Department of Justice opens investigation into EV startup Lordstown Motors (Aria Alamalhodaei, TechCrunch) – The Global Eye

USA – VA Is Asking Congress for Fewer IT Dollars in 2022 But Plans to Spend More Than in 2021 (Aaron Boyd, Nextgov) – The Global Eye

USA – Survey: Nearly 80% of Feds, D.C. Employees Believe Productivity Increased With Telework (Frank Konkel, Nextgov) – The Global Eye

USA – A Catch-22 Is Keeping Telemedicine Off the Battlefield (Patrick Tucker, Defense One) – The Global Eye

USA – The Space Development Agency now has demo satellites on orbit. Here’s what they’ll do (Nathan Strout, Defense News) – The Global Eye

USA – US Navy ditches futuristic railgun, eyes hypersonic missiles (David Sharp, The Associated Press, Defense News) – The Global Eye

USA – Army to set in stone the importance of information advantage, with new capabilities on deck (Mark Pomerleau, Defense News) – The Global Eye

USA – Skyborg makes its second flight, this time autonomously piloting General Atomics’ Avenger drone (Valerie Insinna, Defense News) – The Global Eye

USA – The Derek Chauvin sentencing decision: Is it fair? (Richard Lempert, Brookings) – The Global Eye

USA – Why Congress should provide reliable funding for directed-energy capabilities (Tate Nurkin, Defense News) – The Global Eye

USA – Virgin Orbit plane launches four US military satellites into space (Nathan Strout, Defense News) – The Global Eye

USA – Kubasik starts new role as chief executive at L3Harris (Chris Martin, Defense News) – The Global Eye

USA – Intel agencies, armed services push for more data and capability sharing to win future fights (Mark Pomerleau, Defense News) – The Global Eye

USA – Pentagon’s top IT official: More coordination needed on weapon systems and critical infrastructure cybersecurity (Andrew Eversden, Defense News) – The Global Eye

USA – New data security rules instituted for US payment processing system (Jonathan Greig, ZD Net) – The Global Eye

USA – 40 weeks and counting: This chart shows the severity of the U.S. drought (Katharina Buchholz, Statista, WEF) – The Global Eye

USA – Prioritize Home, Community-Based Services for Older People (HRW) – The Global Eye

USA – Lockheed’s F-35 topples competition in Swiss fighter contest (Valerie Insinna, Defense News) – The Global Eye

USA – Navy’s powerful aerial jamming pod moves to next phase (Mark Pomerleau, Defense News) – The Global Eye

USA – House appropriators want more cargo helos for US Army in FY22 (Jen Judson, Defense News) – The Global Eye

USA – Democratic appropriators want to spend more on weapons procurement than Biden (Joe Gould, Defense News) – The Global Eye

USA – Carbon border adjustment mechanisms: Will innovative climate policy launch a trade war? (Mark Linscott, Atlantic Council) – The Global Eye

USA – The court’s Facebook decision shows why we need a digital regulatory agency (Tom Wheeler, Brookings) – The Global Eye

USA – The courage to change: Modernizing U.S. Marine Corps human capital investment and retention (Eric Reid, Brookings) – The Global Eye

USA – Report of the Task Force on Financial Stability (Glenn Hubbard, Donald Kohn, Laurie Goodman, Kathryn Judge, Anil Kashyap, Ralph Koijen, Blythe Masters, Sandie O’Connor, and Kara Stein, Brookings) – The Global Eye

USA – 5 policies Washington should enact to end the climate crisis and joblessness (Bobby Franklin, Michael Brown, TechCrunch) – The Global Eye

USA/Afghanistan – US left Bagram without telling new commander: Afghan officials (Al Jazeera) – The Global Eye

USA/Afghanistan – Will the US do a U-turn on Afghanistan troop withdrawal? (Al Jazeera) – The Global Eye

USA/China – Biden needs to end the tariff war with China (Yan Liang, East Asia Forum) – The Global Eye

USA/China – MAGA Maoism (J. Bradford DeLong, Project-Syndicate) – The Global Eye

USA/Europe/Taiwan – The case for greater US-EU collaboration on Taiwan (Philip Anstrén, Atlantic Council) – The Global Eye

USA/Germany – BAE Systems to deliver first M-Code GPS User Equipment to Germany (Nathan Strout, Defense News) – The Global Eye

USA/Indonesia – US–Indonesia relations need a reboot (Alexander R Arifianto, Yohanes Sulaiman, East Asia Forum) – The Global Eye

USA/Iran – July Could Be the Last Month to Save the Iran Nuclear Deal (Ryan Costello, Defense One) – The Global Eye

USA/Iran/Israel – Standing up to the US on the Iran deal is not an option (Akiva Eldar, Al Jazeera) – The Global Eye

USA/Kuwait – Kuwait gets thumbs up for $445M military vehicle package (Chris Martin, Defense News) – The Global Eye

USA/Myanmar – US sanctions 22, including Myanmar ministers, for military coup (Al Jazeera) – The Global Eye

USA/Russia – NSA, FBI warn of ongoing brute force hacking campaign tied to Russian military (Natalie Gagliordi, ZD Net) – The Global Eye

USA/Somalia – ‘Black Hawk Down’ Veterans to Receive 58 Silver Stars (Caitlin M. Kenney, Defense One) – The Global Eye

USA/Taiwan – Biden wins over Taiwan (Melissa Conley Tyler, East Asia Forum) – The Global Eye

Vietnam – An ideal public health model? Vietnam’s state-led, preventative, low-cost response to COVID-19 (Emma Willoughby, Brookings) – The Global Eye

Yemen – UN raises alarm over Yemeni children’s education amid conflict (Al Jazeera) – The Global Eye

 

 

Climate Change/Democratization – The Environmental Republic (Giulio Boccaletti, Project-Syndicate) – The Global Eye

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