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Breaking the Diplomatic Deadlock with North Korea

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War on the Rocks
Matthew Abbott

How can the Biden administration renew meaningful diplomacy with North Korea despite missile tests? Matthew Abbott makes recommendations in War on the Rocks.

Spectators watch news video footage of missile test in Korea.
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Defense and Security

Tense Talks as US, NATO Meet with Russia

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PBS Newshour
Ivo H. Daalder

“The only way to prevent that military threat from coming to fruition is for the alliance to be unified,” Council President Ivo Daalder tells PBS Newshour.

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Global Politics

Why Support Africa's Small Farmers?

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Project Syndicate
Roger Thurow

“As Africa’s farmers work to adapt to climate change, global leaders must do their part by keeping–and extending–the promises they made at COP26,” writes Roger Thurow in Project Syndicate.

Subsistence farmers work their field of maize after late rains near the capital Lilongwe, Malawi February 1, 2016.
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Food and Agriculture

US-Russia Summit Meetings: What to Expect

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Nieuwsuur
Ivo H. Daalder

“There is room for a very serious negotiation on the future of European security, the kind that Russian leaders in the past have asked for,” Ivo Daalder remarks on Nieuwsuur.

Screenshot of Ivo Daalder on Nieuwsuur.
Global Politics

Putin May Be Looking for 'Way out' of Ukraine Conflict, Ex-US Rep to NATO Says

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Channel 4
Ivo H. Daalder

Council President Ivo Daalder joins Channel 4 to explain what he thinks the situation in Kazakhstan tells us about President Putin and his power in the post-Soviet region.

Ivo Daalder on Channel 4 news
Global Politics

Yemen's Parallel War in Cyberspace

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Foreign Policy
Robert Muggah

Persistent contact with fake news disrupts even stable societies—but in war zones, it can be lethal, Nonresident Senior Fellow Robert Muggah explains in Foreign Policy.

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Global Politics

Parklets, Traffic-Free Zones and Outdoor Eating: How COVID Is Transforming Our Cities

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The Conversation
Michele Acuto

"Both cities and citizens have often shown that they can adapt rapidly under crisis conditions," the Council's Non-resident Senior Fellow Michele Acuto writes with Dan Hill in the Conversation.

Outdoor dining in NYC
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Global Cities

Europe Strong and Safe

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Foreign Affairs
Coauthors

To deter Russia, America must help revive the region’s security architecture, Council President Ivo Daalder and James M. Goldgeier argue.

Soldiers in Ukraine
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US Foreign Policy

Democracy Around the World Had a Rough Year. But Don't Give Up.

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Chicago Tribune
Elizabeth Shackelford

"The year we’re leaving behind was a bad one for democracy — a reminder that progress is fragile and not inevitable, and that history doesn’t always take a linear path," Elizabeth Shackelford writes.

vigil for democracy at the University of Hong Kong
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Global Politics

The International and Domestic Implications of Turkey's Tanking Lira

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Global Dispatches
Sibel Oktay

Sibel Oktay joins the Global Dispatches podcast to explain the domestic and international implications of Turkey's currency crisis.

Currency protests in Istanbul
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Global Economy, Trade and Business