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Nearly every region in the world has seen a rise in polarization since 2005. In a new paper, @jlynnmccoy, @Ben__Press, @ozlem_tuncel, and @murat_somer_eng explore how some countries have depolarized and what can be learned from their experiences: ceip.org/p-87034
Given the many challenges involved in creating security institutions in Northeast Asia, creativity and flexibility will be key to designing a 21st century architecture for the region. A new collection of essays from @carnegienpp outlines possible paths: ceip.org/p-87059
🇨🇷 | Despite new President Rodrigo Chavez's promises to break with the past, he likely won't pose a threat t#CostaRicaca's democracy. @OliverStuenkelel explains:carnegieendowment.org/2022/05/04/cos…o4
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🎧Don't miss this week's episode of#GrandTamashaa w@MilanVV! Milan meets w@AqilShah__ to talk Imran Khan’s dramatic fall from grace & what these recent developments mean for Pakistan🇵🇰-India🇮🇳 relations. Listen now wherever you get your podcabit.ly/3vHdtTFoWFlBry
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Through her book, #DesperatelySeekingShahRukh, @BShrayana dives into the study of Indian women in the workforce through the lens of fandom for actor, #ShahRukhKhan Watch her speak about her book, her life, & more in this ep. of #AnahitaSpeakerSeries 👉youtu.be/-JtBdaabMQ06L
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The European Commission is considering a complete import ban on all Russian oil as part of the EU’s latest sanctions package. But with their focus on the supply of oil, Europe has neglected the demand side of the equation. @noah_gordon_ explains: ceip.org/p-87080
Polarization is increasing worldwide. @jlynnmccoy, @ozlem_tuncel, @murat_somer_eng, & @Ben__Press examine countries that have successfully depolarized, at least for a time. Read their new @CarnegieEndow paper 👇carnegieendowment.org/2022/05/05/red…8
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Without broader, more inclusive security mechanisms, Northeast Asia faces a growing risk of conflict. A new series of essays from @carnegienpp highlights what regional policymakers can do to design a successful twenty-first-century security architecture: ceip.org/p-87059
Washington is weighing whether to sanction Chinese tech company Hikvision for human rights violations under the Global Magnitsky Act. @JonKBateman warns that sanctioning the company could lead to unpredictable consequences for the U.S. and the world: ceip.org/p-87089
Northeast Asia, described once as “ripe for rivalry,” is now careening toward conflict. In a new report, experts explore how a regional security architecture could address a complex web of security imperatives and improve prospects for future cooperation. ceip.org/p-87059
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Given the stability of its institutions, Costa Rica may provide lessons to others about how to assure that the election of a populist after a deeply rancorous campaign does not affect the quality of democracy. @OliverStuenkel explains: ceip.org/p-87037
The EU needs to recognize that Russia’s war in Ukraine requires a new mindset to replace an anachronistic status quo in its approach to its Eastern neighbors. @Judy_Dempsey explains why waiting is not an option: ceip.org/p-87074
The EU Goes After Russian Oil Sales to Europe—With an Eye on a Larger Target. My new commentary for @CarnegieEndow: carnegieendowment.org/2022/05/05/eu-…
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By leading a reformed multilateral system, the U.S. would again put itself at the center of the rules-based global economic order that brought prosperity to millions. @CChivvis and @EthanKapstein break down America's economic and foreign policies: ceip.org/p-86995
Renewed Saudi political activity in Lebanon may signal the emergence of an alignment that aims to preserve ties with the Arab states. @BeirutCalling explains how Saudi Arabia’s approach toward Lebanon and the region at large is shifting: ceip.org/p-87023
On the latest #GrandTamasha, @AqilShah_ joins @MilanV to discuss Imran Khan’s dramatic fall from grace, the challenges facing his successor Shehbaz Sharif, and the country’s complicated civil-military power balance. Catch the full episode here: grand-tamasha.simplecast.com/episodes/pakis…
In the last few years, the U.S.-China tech relationship has been undergoing a partial “decoupling.” On the latest #WorldUnpacked, @JonKBateman joins @DouglasLFarrar to break down how this process could play out and what the U.S. can do to come out on top: the-world-unpacked.simplecast.com/episodes/the-g…
Right now, the odds seem to be stacked against Erdogan. His popularity is at a historical low. But a change in the Turkish presidency is not a done deal. In @mapleinst, @DimitarBechev explains what Erdogan may be learning from Orban’s re-election: mapleinstitute.org/european-lesso…
Since 2017, Lebanon’s armed forces have embarked on a sweeping drive to recruit, integrate, and advance women within its ranks. @aliabrahimi explains how this effort has played out during the country’s multivalent crisis: ceip.org/p-87075
Despite his campaign promises to break with the past, Costa Rica's new president Rodrigo Chaves is unlikely to pose a threat to democracy. Yet his denunciation of the political establishment and the media are worrisome. @OliverStuenkel explains why: ceip.org/p-87037
The costs of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine should convince Washington that it must do all that it can to prevent a military conflict with mainland China. In @RStatecraft, @nathaniel_sher outlines steps the U.S. can take to prevent escalation over Taiwan: responsiblestatecraft.org/2022/05/04/the…
The EU needs to plan now for a new policy toward its Eastern neighbors. It cannot wait for Russia to end its destruction of Ukraine or destabilize other countries in the region. @Judy_Dempsey writes: ceip.org/p-87074
In Karachi, economic competition and political claims over a multiethnic and divided polity are likely to keep the city in a state of insecurity, making it attractive to criminal and militant enterprises. @ZohaWaseem explains: ceip.org/p-87054
Why is #Singapore’s rel'p w/ #China “special but awkward?" How does Singapore maintain its balanced approach amid growing US-China competition? Discussed all this w/ @nuseai’s Dr. Lam Peng Er in latest #ChinaintheWorld podcast; a fascinating discussion! …-in-the-world-6693cc67.simplecast.com/episodes/singa…
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Event starting soon! Join @aarondmiller2 in 30 minutes for a timely new #CarnegieConnects with @USAmbIsrael on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, the future of the Iran nuclear deal, and the U.S.-Israel relationship. Tune in: youtu.be/yuLBiTSQzvw
1: Thread … I'm thrilled to welcome @ashleytownshend to @CarnegieEndow as Senior Fellow for Indo-Pacific Security. Ash will join us on May 31 to spearhead exciting new directions in our #CarnegieAsia research and programming on regional security, deterrence, and defense policy.
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New #WorldUnpacked episode out now! This week, @JonKBateman joins @DouglasLFarrar to break down what the future of U.S.-China tech decoupling could look like, and what the U.S. can do to make sure it comes out on top. 🎧 Listen and subscribe:the-world-unpacked.simplecast.com/episodes/the-g…F
On May 8, Rodrigo Chaves will be sworn in as Costa Rica's new president. Just like in Peru last year, many voters regarded last month's runoff as a choice between 2 highly imperfect candidates & ended up choosing what they considered to be the lesser evil. carnegieendowment.org/2022/05/04/cos…
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1/ Two timely new @CarnegieSAsia products on #Pakistan out this week. The first is our latest #GrandTamasha podcast with @AqilShah_ on the downfall of Imran Khan and the new political landscape. Episode here: grand-tamasha.simplecast.com/episodes/pakis…
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🇪🇺 | Russia's War in Ukraine Must Change the EU The EU needs to plan now for a new policy toward its Eastern neighbors. It cannot wait fo#Russiaia to end its destruction of Ukraine or destabilize other countries in the region. New b@Judy_Dempseyey ⬇carnegieeurope.eu/p-87074sTy
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🎧 | "Ecological security is the foundation of any other type of security," says@OliviaLazardd. On@dw_europee's podcast, she spoke to@NeilKingDWW about the resilience of#foodd systems & how Europe can move toward both energy and food security. Listen 👇podcasts.apple.com/de/podcast/war…Cf
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The Lebanese Armed Forces and its leadership have taken a conscious decision to give women much more important roles. @aliabrahimi writes. carnegie-mec.org/diwan/87075
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Thank you to @dw for the opportunity to talk about the cascading risks of the war in Ukraine on food systems, fragility and energy transitions in a podcast! Tune in here 👇dw.com/en/war-in-ukra…L
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Huge US-China tech news: @Dimi reports the US is “laying the groundwork” to sanction Hikvision under the Global Magnitsky Act. This would be a profound escalation of tech tensions—perhaps a turning point akin to Trump’s actions against Huawei. I think this is a mistake. 🧵twitter.com/Dimi/status/15…l
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1/3: Our exciting new #CarnegieAsia program "Innovative Japan, Global Japan" is led by senior fellow @kenjikushida. We were honored to host Economic Revitalization Minister Yamagiwa Daishiro at our brand new @CarnegieEndow office in California, at the heart of Silicon Valley.
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Karachi is likely to remain a fragmented political power center in which the military, political parties, and religious militants have substantial presence, keeping the city’s economic and political stability in a state of flux. @ZohaWaseem writes: ceip.org/p-87054
New #GrandTamasha! This week on the podcast, @AqilShah_ joins @MilanV to discuss Imran Khan’s dramatic fall from grace, the challenges facing Pakistan’s new government, and the country’s complicated civil-military power balance. Listen and subscribe: grand-tamasha.simplecast.com/episodes/pakis…
Russia’s conduct in the war presents a serious threat not only to Ukraine and its people, but to the humanitarian principles and restraints that are the bedrock of the modern international system. @ericagaston writes in @WPReview: worldpoliticsreview.com/articles/30506…
How is the Biden administration addressing new flare-ups in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict? Where does the Iran nuclear deal stand? Tune in tomorrow as @AaronDMiller talks to @USAmdIsrael about this and more on #CarnegieConnects. Register here: events.ceip.org/carnegieconnec…
In April 2022, Hungary’s long-time prime minister Viktor Orban defied predictions to win his largest victory yet, in the midst of the war in neighboring Ukraine. IN @SSNScholars, @jlynnmccoy explains how he pulled it off and what’s next for Hungary: scholars.org/contribution/w…
Very pleased to have this excellent @ZohaWaseem essay on Karachi's fascinating politics as part of our @CarnegieSAsia "Politics of Opposition in South Asia" series. Zoha makes an extremely complex subject accessible: twitter.com/ZohaWaseem/sta…
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Enjoyed talking to @wstv_lizzi about the past, present, and future of U.S. techno-nationalism. To manage China's technological rise, the United States needs clearer goals and a better offense/defense balance. twitter.com/WallStTV/statu…
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The regime has nothing else to press: the brakes have failed, and all that is left is one pedal - identifying ourselves with the 1945 victory over Nazism. That is why the main ideologeme was invented: there are neo-Nazis on the other side of the trenches.newtimes.ru/articles/detai…
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In our Chart of the Month for May, we highlight @jane_munga’s explanation of the “usage gap” that xterises Africa’s digital divide The no. of people living in areas w. internet coverage but unable to connect is growing: from 36% (2014) to 53% (2020) carnegieendowment.org/2022/04/26/to-… 1/
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THREAD: Is a new arms race looming over the horizon? Eugene Rumer & Richard Sokolsky discuss how the Russian invasion of #Ukraine has sparked a shift in geopolitical dynamics. carnegieendowment.org/2022/04/11/put…
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.@CarnegieEndow Join me tomorrow at noon EDT for a timely #CarnegieConnects with @USAmbIsrael on US-Israeli relations including Iran, Ukraine, the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and the Abraham Accords. ceip.org/e-7869
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I discuss recent political developments in Pakistan with @MilanV on his podcast, “Grand Tamasha,” a collaboration between @CarnegieEndow & the @htTweets twitter.com/MilanV/status/…
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The EU has taught Ukraine how to build democracy. Ukraine is teaching Europe how to defend one. Andriy Tyushka explains how Russia’s war in Ukraine may have woken the EU up to the necessity of a being fully-fledged hard power: ceip.org/p-87053
Out now: this week's #GrandTamasha with @AqilShah_ on Pakistan after Imran Khan. We discuss Khan's dramatic ouster, the prospects for the new government & what the latest developments mean for relations with India. Listen: grand-tamasha.simplecast.com/episodes/pakis…
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The liberal idea remains very vivid for the hundreds of thousands of people who leave poor and violent countries each year in search of freedom and opportunity. In @WSJ, FukuyamaFrancis highlights the resilience of liberalism: wsj.com/articles/the-l…
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