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World Review: Russia's Gas Squeeze, Three Major Summits, Colombia and France Veer Left

PAST EVENT VIDEO
World Review

Ravi Agrawal, Sylvie Kauffmann, and Giles Whittell join Carla Anne Robbins to discuss the week's top news stories.

Illustration shows natural gas pipeline in front of word EU and Russia flag colours
Reuters

World Review: Ukraine's EU Bid, Shangri-La Dialogue, and Biden’s Visit to Saudi Arabia

PAST EVENT VIDEO
World Review

Nirmal Ghosh, Kim Ghattas, and Stefan Kornelius join Carla Anne Robbins to discuss the week's top news stories.

Italian Prime Minister Mario Draghi, German Chancellor Olaf Scholz, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, French President Emmanuel Macron and Romanian President Klaus Iohannis meet together in Kviv on June 16, 2022.
Reuters

Commentary & Analysis

NATO Declares Russia "Most Significant and Direct Threat" to Peace

In the News
CBC
Ivo H. Daalder

NATO welcomed Finland and Sweden, marking “a very good day for those who care about freedom and democracy in Europe," says Ivo Daalder on CBC.

Screenshot of Ivo Daalder and Suhana Meharchand on CBC,
US Foreign Policy

United States Splits from Global Trend on Abortion Rights

In the News
WGN-9
Elizabeth Shackelford

Banning abortion “doesn't look like a particularly democratic move for a country that purports to be a beacon of democracy,” says Elizabeth Shackelford on WGN-9.

Global Health

Research

The Case for Inclusive Agricultural Development

RESEARCH
Policy Brief by Coauthors

Amid shifts towards inclusive agricultural development, the Center for Global Food and Agriculture offers policy recommendations for further US government action.

Gorreti Ndagire (center) counts money during a Savings and Internal Lending Communities (SILC) group meeting in Katoosi village, Ddwaniro subcounty, Rakai district, Uganda.
Catholic Relief Services/Will Baxter
Food and Agriculture

Memo on an "Economic Article 5" to Counter Authoritarian Coercion

RESEARCH
Policy Brief by Coauthors

The world's democracies need a way to fight back against coercive economic actions by authoritarian governments, argue Ivo Daalder and Anders Fogh Rasmussen.

Shipping containers seen from the sky.
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Global Economy, Trade and Business

Experts

Joshua Busby 

Nonresident Fellow, Public Opinion and Foreign Policy
Nonresident Fellow, Public Opinion and Foreign Policy expert Joshua Busby