In this co-authored opinion piece for The Asset, Senior Fellow Arvind Subramanian describes how the 2008 global financial crisis, the COVID-19 pandemic and Russia’s invasion of Ukraine have dimmed China's economic prospects while brightening India's.
Responsible Statecraft cites a paper from Costs of War project that states, Pentagon contracts amounting to around $37 billion went to contractors who are not identifiable in publicly available contracting databases.
"As long as Israel has no long-term strategy to deal with the dire situation in Gaza, or with the Palestinians more generally, we will continue to see periodic fighting," Dany Bahar writes for The Forward.
Assistant Professor of China Studies and Political Science, Tyler Jost comments for U.S. News and World Report on how the U.S. position to defend Taiwan in the face of a PRC attack is less credible over time.
A factsheet co-authored by the Center for Human Rights and Humanitarian Studies referenced in The Intercept, which provides an overview of key facts, data, and analysis of issues related to U.S. security cooperation with the Government of Nigeria in the context of ongoing civilian protection, civilian harm, and humanitarian concerns.
Professor of Political Science, Public Policy and Education Jonathan Collins offers commentary on the politicization of school boards, which could lead to inaction on new hires and student achievement goals for NBC News.
“The pandemic, and school reopenings in particular, punched the chest of national politics, and education has moved quickly from being local to national to partisan,” Jonathan E. Collins comments for Chalkbeat Tennessee.
A study by researchers at the Climate Solutions Lab, cited in Stars and Stripes, showed the largest hub for U.S. troops and military supplies in Europe have relied on Russian natural gas, oil and coal for 30% of their energy needs.
"In Argentina, a demagogue won the presidency by promising to restore past glory. Instead, he destroyed institutions, corrupted the Supreme Court, and left the country deeply polarized," Stephen Kinzer writes for The Boston Globe.
"Now, democratic renewal not only means fighting for more easily accessible voting procedures but also a push for a legislative codification of the right to abortion," Ashutosh Varshney writes for The Indian Express.