Apr 14, 2022
Patryk Kugiel
PISM
To counter the food security crisis erupting from the invasion of Ukraine, Western states should increase the supply of cereals by activating strategic reserves, stop export restrictions, and strengthen the financing of organizations counteracting hunger.
Apr 12, 2022
Michael Emerson, Steven Blockmans, Veronkia Movchan, and Artem Remizov
CEPS
This reviews to the fundamental political issues and technical accession process in response to Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy’s request that Ukraine join the European Union.
Apr 07, 2022
Blayne Haggart, Kyle Hiebert, Courtney Radsch, Inga Trauthig, Natasha Tusikov, Heidi Tworek
CIGI
The lasting effect the Russian invasion of Ukraine on internet regulation and speech online remains to be seen. Six CIGI experts discuss how the global discussion around disinformation and platform governance might change after the invasion.
Apr 06, 2022
Rob McLaughlin
RSIS
China has been exploiting the gray zone legal areas between peace and war in its South China Sea operations. These actions will ultimately undermine the broader stability of the finely balanced understanding that is the “constitution of the oceans.”
Apr 04, 2022
Daniel Munro
CIGI
As space exploration accelerates and private commercial activities are added to ongoing scientific and security initiatives, the world needs an accompanying acceleration and expansion of space ethics. This article discusses what those ethics should be.
Mar 30, 2022
Galip Dalay
SWP
This article discusses how the war in Ukraine might encourage Turkey to make closer alliances with the West and the multipolar world.
Mar 26, 2022
Mihai Sora
Lowy Institute
Australia should figure out how to respond to an increasingly crowded Pacific, without increasing tensions in the region.
Mar 17, 2022
Marc-Antoine Eyl-Mazzega and Carole Mathieu
Ifri
Thirty years after the Rio climate conference, the assesses current climate commitments, which are undoubtedly less impressive and less certain than the political pronouncements and media fanfare make them seem.
Mar 09, 2022
Zachary Paikin
CEPS
Lessons must be learned from the failed policies that led to President Putin’s invasion of Ukraine. Whether these lessons are internalized may determine the future of European security once the dust has settled on the hot phase of this war.
Mar 08, 2022
Mark MacCarthy
CIGI
Many policymakers have concluded that social media companies are failing to protect the public and users from online harms. This article discusses possible international social media regulation policy to combat this power.