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The West’s Sanctions against Russia Aren’t Working

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World Politics Review
Paul Poast

"In the case of Putin, economic losses only matter if he himself cares about such losses," Paul Poast argues.

Russian President Putin attends a meeting in Moscow
Reuters
US Foreign Policy

Recommendations for the 2023 Farm Bill

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C-SPAN
Dan Glickman

Distinguished Fellow Dan Glickman considers how the 2023 Farm Bill can strengthen food security and improve nutrition programs on C-SPAN.

A woman holds up a sign at a protest that says, "no farmer, no food, no future; the whole world watches."
Gayatri Malhotra
Food and Agriculture

Why Biden Doesn't Want to Send F-16 Fighter Jets to Ukraine

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CBS News
Ivo H. Daalder

Ivo Daalder joins John Dickerson on CBS Primetime to discuss what President Biden must consider in whether to send fighter jets to Ukraine.

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Weak Domestic Demand Now Threatens China's Growth Potential

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East Asia Forum
Yang Yao

China will need to promote domestic consumption to reach its potential GDP growth in 2023, argues Yang Yao.

Shopping center in Beijing with escalator full of people.
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Global Economy, Trade and Business

Yoon Suk-Yeol Faces Headwinds as He Seeks to Shore up Support

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NK News
Karl Friedhoff

The South Korean public is lukewarm about reforms like extending the work week, Karl Friedhoff writes, but Yoon likely sees value in taking a harder line.

A TV screen shows footage of South Korean President Yoon Suk Yeol's New Year's address
SIPA USA
Public Opinion

The 'Free the Leopards' Campaign Paid off for the West and Ukraine

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World Politics Review
Paul Poast

"Tanks alone will not be enough for Ukraine to win the war. But if used properly, they are still a vital component of modern warfare," Paul Poast writes.

A Leopard 2A6 and a Leopard 2 PSO of the German armed forces Bundeswehr
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US Foreign Policy

Nuclear Tensions on the Korean Peninsula Are Accelerating Dramatically

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Politico
Ivo H. Daalder

As the global security environment becomes more challenging, the need to adapt alliances increases as well.

South Korean President Yoon Suk-yeol speaks in an interview on November 28, 2022.
Reuters
Defense and Security

Why the Wagner Group's Influence in West Africa Is Growing

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Chicago Tribune
Elizabeth Shackelford

Western countries should use national and international tools to hinder Wagner’s growing global abuse, Elizabeth Shackelford writes.

Men hold Russian flags as they gather to show their support to the Junta leader Ibrahim Traore and demand the departure of the French ambassador in Burkina Fas
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US Foreign Policy

Local and State Diplomacy Is Critical to US Foreign Policy

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The Hill
Matthew Abbott

Matt Abbott argues why local and state diplomacy is critical "to ensure long-term success for cities and states that engage with international entities."

US Secretary of State Antony Blinken speaks at a press conference at the State Department on January 17, 2023.
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Global Politics

What Midwest Industrial Communities Can Teach About Managing Economic Change

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Our Towns Civic Foundation
John Austin

There are growing efforts on both sides of the Atlantic to diminish economic disparities between thriving global city regions and struggling communities in industrial heartlands.

Industrial heartland landscape
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Global Cities