Ambassador Chas Freeman in Asia Times, "“This is the fourth time this year that the White House has sought to walk back statements by the president committing the United States to go to war with China over Taiwan."
During an interview with 'The Wire Talks', Ashutosh Varshney comments, "It’s the electoral victory of the BJP which is causing this constitutional difficulty and it will might soon become a constitutional crisis."
Chas Freeman in Asia Times, “At the outset of its response to the Russian invasion, the administration was careful to limit possible provocation of the Russians. But, not having seen direct retaliation from Moscow, it has become progressively less cautious."
J. Brian Atwood in The Hill, "The leak of the draft Supreme Court opinion on abortion has the political pot boiling over, but to what end? Whatever the result, American democracy is unlikely to be the beneficiary."
Frances Haugen told an audience of Brown students, faculty and staff that algorithms governing social media are the root of technology’s challenges — and that social media can be a positive force to keep people connected.
Stephen Kinzer in Globe Ideas, "Younger Germans, however, are largely divorced from those experiences and impulses. They feel culturally and emotionally tied to the United States and want their country to play a robust role in NATO. For them, Russia’s invasion of Ukraine is a defining moment."