Mar 06, 2023
Priyal Singh
Pretoria’s global credibility hinges on a precarious balancing act between competing views on the international order.
Mar 04, 2023
Promit Mookherjee
Any hope of achieving the Paris Agreement targets now rests on an unprecedented transformation away from fossil fuels. The essays in this volume focus on the critical challenges to scaling up sustainable investment in the developing world.
Mar 03, 2023
Loro Horta
With Russia facing increasing economic difficulties as a result of its ongoing war in Ukraine, the United States hopes to shore up its position in Moscow’s backyard.
Mar 03, 2023
Oli Brown
Chatham House
The war threatens to increase vulnerability to climate change around the world and therefore exacerbate climate-security risks.
Mar 01, 2023
Miranda Böttcher, Oliver Geden, and Felix Schenuit
As the challenges of land-based carbon dioxide removal approaches are increasingly recognized, the ocean may become the new “blue” frontier for carbon removal and storage strategies in the EU and beyond.
Mar 01, 2023
Amrita Vasudevan
Digitization has made data omnipresent in commerce, but global trade fora discussions have made apparent the conflicting interests at stake.
Feb 06, 2023
Lowy Institute
Lowy Institute
The annual Asia Power Index measures resources and influence to assess the relative power of states in Asia. It is an analytical tool that ranks twenty-six countries and territories in terms of what they have, and what they do with what they have.
Feb 02, 2023
Hector Torres
This piece argues that friendshoring is should not be considered a multilateral engagement, as this is commonly understood, since only friends are invited to sit at the negotiating table.
Dec 20, 2022
Rémi Daniel
This article analyzes how Turkey and Israel conducted regional policy from 2011 to 2021. It highlights how complementary each country’s assets are and argues that cooperation would prove highly fruitful for them and for their neighbors.
Dec 15, 2022
Daniel Araya
Competition between the United States and China will almost certainly drive the militarization of space. This argues that new rules, new protocols and new laws governing the space economy are needed to safeguard the future of space.