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India’s COVID-19 Crisis Pushes the US to Get Vaccine Diplomacy Right

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Chicago Tribune
Elizabeth Shackelford

“Viruses don't respect borders and neither do their knock-on effects,” Elizabeth Shackelford writes in the Chicago Tribune. “An uncontrolled outbreak in a country of 1.4 billion people is a crisis for all.”

A nurse prepares COVID-19 vaccine for a patient in India
REUTERS
COVID-19

South Korea Is Staying Out of the US-China Rivalry

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World Politics Review
Karl Friedhoff

Karl Friedhoff examines South Korea's careful negotiation of its security alliance with the United States, along with its economic dependence on China.

South Korean President Moon
REUTERS
Public Opinion

Trump Aftershocks Still Pose Challenges for US-Japan Alliance

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The National Interest
Coauthors

Craig Kafura and Dina Smeltz discuss how the US can reassure its allies of its commitment and credibility.

Public Opinion

Ending War Doesn’t Have to Be This Hard

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Chicago Tribune
Elizabeth Shackelford

Elizabeth Shackelford explains why it's time for Congress to reassert limitations on our use of war.

U.S. Air Force pararescuemen carry an injured patient in Afghanistan
DoD | Angelita Lawrence
Defense and Security

Biden's Pragmatic Play on North Korea

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The Hill
Matthew Abbott

Matt Abbott discusses the Biden administration's approach to North Korea.

Global Politics

Americans are Divided over Boycotting the 2022 Beijing Olympics. Here’s the Data.

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The Washington Post
Craig Kafura

Craig Kafura discusses public opinion of Americans regarding the 2022 Olympics in Beijing.

Public Opinion

What a Stranded Container Ship Showed Us About Globalization

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Chicago Tribune
Elizabeth Shackelford

Elizabeth Shackelford explains how we can better prepare our people and economy for disruptions.

a boat filled with shipping containers
Global Economy, Trade and Business

Commentary: Imperiled higher education institutions key to state's future

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Crain's Detroit
John Austin

The Midwest's colleges and universities are central to community economic renewal and COVID-19 recovery, a revival put at risk by recent fiscal, demographic and short-sighted public policy headwinds.

Global Cities

Fixing US Diplomacy

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CATO Institute
Elizabeth Shackelford

Elizabeth Shackelford discusses US diplomatic policy.

US Foreign Policy

Why the US-China Strategic Rivalry Has Intensified

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The National Interest
Paul Heer

Paul Heer discusses US-China relations.

Global Politics