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Saudi Arabia’s cooperation with China on technological and scientific innovation is on the rise—and it is Saudi priorities that are steering the relationship.
But Russian aggression was the impetus for the new membership bids.
New mobilisation law is part of a wider effort to maximise Russia’s firepower and blunt western support for Kyiv.
But when you emerge from the state of emergency, as Europe seems to be doing this summer, it forces the question: what crisis comes next and what will be the solution?
In some ways, plastic diplomacy looks a lot like climate diplomacy. Wealthy nations have produced the most harmful pollution, whether plastic or GHG emissions, but citizens of poorer nations often suffer the worst consequences.
This isn’t a 100-yard dash. The battle for Israel’s democracy is a marathon. And in the end, no matter how much Biden cares about the future of Israel, the fate of Israeli democracy must surely be left in the hands of Israelis.
In the aftermath of the earthquake in northwest Syria, humanitarian crises from water scarcity to displacement will only be exacerbated by climate change and political challenges. Regional and international negotiations need new frameworks to manage the disaster.
The Biden administration indulges the Israeli President’s nostalgia act even as the promise of a true democracy slips away in Israel/Palestine.
The role of young people in governance and policy is often overlooked. Nine Carnegie junior fellows share their perspectives on challenges facing our world today.
Members’ interests don’t outweigh the risks.