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Brazil Is Gaslighting Its Way to a Climate Misinformation Catastrophe

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Washington Post
Robert Muggah

"The rampant spread of climate misinformation and disinformation has potentially dire implications for the Amazon Basin," cowrites Robert Muggah in the Washington Post.

Billows of smoke rise over a deforested plot of the Amazon jungle next to the Transamazonica national highway, in Labrea, Amazonas state, Brazil
Reuters
Climate and the Environment

"No End in Sight" to Civilian Suffering in Ukraine

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MSNBC
Ivo H. Daalder

“There is a degree of barbarity that is really unconscionable,” says Ivo Daalder. “We do need to make sure at some point that people responsible will be held to account.”

Screen shot of Ivo Daalder on MSNBC with Amna Nawaz
US Foreign Policy

US Public Views Saudi Relationship as One of Necessity

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Running Numbers by Emily Sullivan

While government officials reaffirm the importance of the US-Saudi relationship, the American public expresses generally chilly feelings towards Saudi Arabia.

Saudi Crown Prince, Mohammed bin Salman meets Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan
Reuters
Public Opinion

Rose Gottemoeller on the Future of Arms Control

Podcast
Deep Dish Podcast

Can the United States and Russia still work together on nuclear nonproliferation?

REUTERS
Defense and Security

To Our Peril, the World Isn't Taking Climate Change Seriously

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Chicago Tribune
Elizabeth Shackelford

“The global dependence on fossil fuels that drives this climate crisis also empowers some of the world’s worst actors,” writes Elizabeth Shackelford in the Chicago Tribune.

Residents fill their containers with drinking water from a blue municipal tanker with many hoses in New Delhi, India
Reuters
Climate and the Environment

Leading with Diplomacy

In the News
PBS Newshour
Elizabeth Shackelford

Elizabeth Shackelford takes a closer look at repairing the NATO alliance and rebuilding global cooperation on PBS Newshour.

Screenshot of Lizzy Shackelford next to a blue screen.
US Foreign Policy

Putin Has Some Explaining to Do, Says Ex-Envoy

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BBC
Ivo H. Daalder

“The reality is oil from Russia in the long term is not going to be flowing to Europe anymore,” Council President Ivo Daalder tells BBC News.

Screenshot of Ivo Daalder on BBC news.
Energy

Industrial Heartland Renewal Can Diminish "Strong Men"

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Global Insight by John Austin

Geographically targeted economic development strategies can serve as an antidote to political extremism in formerly industrial regions.

Industrial works silhouetted with a Ferris Wheel in Ruhr, Essen, Germany.
Florian Wächter
Global Economy, Trade and Business

What South Koreans Care about Most as Yoon Suk-Yeol Enters Office

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NK News
Karl Friedhoff

“Major domestic policy shifts may not be forthcoming, likely driving Yoon to spend more time on issues he can control like trade and foreign policy,” writes Karl Friedhoff.

 South Korea's president-elect Yoon Suk-yeol speaks during a news conference in front of a peach background with writing.
Reuters
Global Politics

Biden Seeks Congressional Approval of $33B Package

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WTTW Chicago Tonight
Elizabeth Shackelford

“What we’re seeing in terms of military assistance is unprecedented, and it’s likely to be essential for a drawn-out war,” says Elizabeth Shackelford on Chicago Tonight.

Screenshot of Elizabeth Shackelford with Paris Schutz and Tom Ginsburg on WTTW Chicago Tonight.
Defense and Security