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What the Geopolitics of the EU-China Deal Mean for Biden

Podcast
Deep Dish Podcast

Wendy Cutler and Noah Barkin join Brian Hanson to examine how the new investment deal will influence US foreign policy.

The European Union and Chinese flags
REUTERS
Global Politics

An Incremental Approach to the DPRK

In the News
RealClear Defense
Matthew Abbott

Matt Abbott analyzes the future relationship between the United States and North Korea.

Chairman of the Supreme People’s Assembly of the DPRK Pak Thae-song
Global Politics

Americans Have “Three Cannots” on North Korea’s Nuclear Weapons

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Running Numbers by Karl Friedhoff

Karl Friedhoff examines the United States' nuanced understanding of policy options on North Korea’s nuclear program.

North Korea's nuclear backpack - North Korea Victory Day
Stefan Krasowski
Global Politics

How to Rethink an Equitable Post-Pandemic City

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Global Insight by Rachel Abrams

Cities can use public spaces as a way to address structural challenges.

Several roads cross in San diego
Abraham Barrera
Global Cities

Bonus Episode: The Attack on the US Capitol

Podcast
Deep Dish Podcast

Insurrection at one of the symbols of US democracy shows the deep tension in American politics.

Damaged US flag at US Capitol attack
REUTERS
American Democracy

Global Public Opinion Shows Mixed Willingness to Take Vaccine

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Running Numbers by Multiple Authors

Brendan Helm, Craig Kafura, and Karl Friedhoff analyze views on COVID vaccinations, finding Americans are divided on whether to be vaccinated despite increasing availability.

vaccine syringe and bottle
Markus Spiske
Public Opinion

What Americans Make of the January 6 Chaos at the Capitol

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Running Numbers by Craig Kafura

Polls show an American public deeply divided along partisan lines in their interpretation of the events, who is to blame, and what should be done as a result. 

Pro-Trump rally prior to insurrection at US Capitol
REUTERS
American Democracy

Paul Farmer on Ebola’s Lessons for COVID-19

Podcast
Deep Dish Podcast

The Partners in Health co-founder explains why inequality or material constraints—rather than social differences—are the defining factor of whether outbreaks turn into pandemics.

Sierra Leonean doctors practice wearing protective clothing in the Ebola Training Academy in Freetown
Reuters
COVID-19

We Need Vaccines to Protect Our Food Crops, Too

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Global Food for Thought by Diana Horvath

In the battle between pathogen and host—whether a human or food crop—it’s often a deadly race to see who wins.

Wheat rust
Kansas State University
Food and Agriculture

How a Biden Infrastructure Reboot can Power Midwest’s Economic Recovery

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Chicago Tribune
Multiple Experts

If Biden and a new Congress deliver a long overdue (and now urgent) infrastructure agenda focused on sustainability, equity and a clean energy future for the United States, it can both reinvigorate the Midwest and support national economic growth.

Dayton, Ohio in the summer
Hans Jurgen
Global Cities