Sep 28, 2022
Alison Hoare and Thiago Kanashiro Uehara
Chatham House
Global deforestation continues at an alarming rate, due to the unsustainable production and consumption of natural resources. This report examines the lessons learned from tackling previous illegal logging efforts.
Sep 26, 2022
Michael Den Tandt
The global patchwork of digital and tech governance is emerging far too slowly. To grapple with digital disruption, the world urgently need an international Digital Stability Board.
Sep 23, 2022
Riccardo Alcaro
Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has not just shattered what was left of Europe’s post-Cold War order. It has also defined the broad contours of Europe’s future order and consequently of the kind of peace such an order will be able to sustain.
Sep 19, 2022
Jordan McLean and Luanda Mpungose
Russia’s actions have the potential to compromise the BRICS’ position on territorial integrity, sovereignty, and non-interference. It is important that the bloc does not perpetuate double standards that undermine the principles they ostensibly promote.
Sep 14, 2022
Artur Bogucki, Alex Engler, Clément Perarnaud, and Andrea Renda
The Artificial Intelligence Act attempts to regulate a wide range of AI applications. This study analyzes the interplay between the act and EU digital acquis, mapping the gaps and limitations of the AI Act in relation to fourteen pieces of legislation.
Sep 05, 2022
Isabel Bosman
The Tenth NPT Review Conference met amid a tumultuous time for nuclear nonproliferation and disarmament. This piece argues that the NPT is still relevant, but is losing credibility and needs to adapt to changing circumstances.
Sep 02, 2022
Daniel Gros
Gas or electricity price subsidies would likely lead to a vicious cycle of costlier imports and larger subsidies. This recommends EU Member States should instead subsidize gas savings and pay households for consuming less.
Sep 01, 2022
Yuen Yuen Ang, Jomo Kwame Sundaram, Tiza Mafira, Muhammed Chatib Basri, Tricia Yeoh, and Vasuki Shastry
Lowy Institute
A new series of essays asks whether Southeast Asia needs a new development model. In different ways, several of the responses suggest that such ambition can only be driven by new political approaches.
Aug 10, 2022
Rajeswari Pillai Rajagopalan
India’s tepid response to the PGII contrasts with New Delhi’s opposition to China’s Belt and Road Initiative, which the new G7 initiative seeks to counter.
Aug 08, 2022
Ronak Gopaldas
Expanding BRICS to create an alternative power bloc is enticing for many countries, but it faces several practical limitations.