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April 11, 2024

South Korea
South Korea’s Opposition Parties’ Win: What It Means

The center-left Democratic Party added to its legislative majority after the recent parliamentary election, which would deal a blow to President Yoon Suk Yeol’s domestic reform agenda and possibly hi…

Lee Jae-myung, leader of the main opposition Democratic Party, raises hands with supporters during a campaign rally for the upcoming 22nd parliamentary election in Seoul, South Korea.

March 12, 2024

Development
The President’s Inbox Recap: Combating Global Poverty

Economic development work is aimed at long-term change in the world’s poorest countries.

A man as viewed carrying his son through a community greenhouse.

January 15, 2014

Middle East and North Africa
Aiming for Israeli-Palestinian Peace

Secretary of State Kerry continues his energetic efforts to get the Israelis and Palestinians to sign a comprehensive peace agreement. In a new Policy Innovation Memo for the Council, I argue that su…

March 26, 2024

Defense and Security
The U.S. Navy Has a Nuclear Workforce Problem

Grueling work, financial stress, and shifting values are pushing too many of the navy’s nuclear personnel out of the service. Here’s how it can turn things around.

Sailors man the rails aboard Nimitz-class nuclear aircraft carrier USS Carl Vinson (CVN 70) at the Port of San Diego.

August 15, 2018

Middle East and North Africa
Transatlantic Aims Overlap in the Middle East

Although deep disconnects plague current transatlantic cooperation in the Middle East, the United States and Europe still share a common interest in stabilizing this volatile region.

U.S. Secretary of Defense and NATO Secretary General at a NATO meeting

December 5, 2023

Climate Change
Global Climate Agreements: Successes and Failures

International efforts, such as the Paris Agreement, aim to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. But experts say countries aren’t doing enough to limit dangerous global warming.

Muddy waters nearly submerge lines of cars during a flood in Colorado, United States.

April 12, 2024

Cybersecurity
Cyber Week in Review: April 12, 2024

U.S. lawmakers introduce comprehensive privacy bill; FCC may reinstate net neutrality; Biden administration awards TSMC $6.6 billion grant; report outlines IDF's use of AI for targeting; Biden admini…

Supporters protest the FCC's recent decision to repeal the program in Los Angeles, California on November 28, 2017.

March 5, 2024

Ukraine
What It Takes to Fly the F-16: Challenges for Ukraine

The advanced U.S. fighter aircraft will mark a significant upgrade to Ukraine’s air force, but their impact on the war with Russia will hinge on several factors.

A U.S.-made F-16 aircraft takes off from Bodø airport, Norway.