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India Drops a Bombshell

India is “abolishing its centuries-old Ordnance Factory Board. That won’t fix the problems that plague its military equipment” (Sumit Ganguly, 2021).

Biden Is Back, but America Isn’t

“China's leaders clearly understand the critical importance of trade linkages to their country's global clout. Unfortunately, US President Joe Biden's administration needs to relearn that lesson”…

Can Biden Reverse Trump’s Damage to the State Department?

“Reeling from the leadership of Rex Tillerson and Mike Pompeo, career officials wonder whether Secretary of State Antony Blinken can revitalize American diplomacy” (Ronan Farrow, 2021).

We Don’t Need the G7

The G7’s “recent summit in Cornwall should be its last. Political leaders need to stop devoting their energy to an exercise that is unrepresentative of today’s global economy and results in a…

The Logic of Effective Climate Action

“The starting point for addressing climate change, economists agree, is a tax on carbon. But while the resulting reduction in emissions would benefit virtually everyone on the planet, those who bear…

Planetary Politics From Inside The Prison-House Of Language

“The thing that supposedly makes us human is actually bacterial in origin and is actually related to agriculture and what we eat. And so the distinction between humans and nature is, at present,…

How Human Nature Can Combat Climate Change

“The COVID-19 pandemic has shown that we will conquer the virus by focusing on a common goal, cooperating, and allowing people the freedom to innovate. We will overcome the threat of global warming…

Reckoning with Racism: A Challenge for Deliberative Democracy

“This review aims to deepen understanding of both scholars and practitioners about how to reckon with racism in the midst of overlapping and intersecting crises. The works reviewed here extend calls…

Not Monsters After All: How Political Deliberation Can Build Moral Communities Amidst Deep Difference

“This article proposes a different function for deliberation, which is both more modest but nevertheless critical in public life: the legitimation not of decisions, but of fellow citizens. This…

When Sanctions Violate Human Rights

This report examines how sanctions can violate human rights, particularly when states employ little transparency, and develops recommendations to prevent against human rights abuses committed through…

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