Episodes
Published 10/11/19
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Published 03/04/19
Published 10/22/18
Published 10/22/18
Asian allies and partners are working overtime in response to America"s rejection of traditional diplomacy and shifting regional power dynamics. writes Atman Trivedi, managing director at Hills & Company, International Consultants. And the United States cannot afford to take such allies for granted.
Published 06/12/18
Foreign powers find the region hard to control, writes military strategist Ehsan Ahrari for YaleGlobal. The most significant uniting force for Iran, Turkey, and Russia is a resolve to safeguard their respective regional strategic interests
Published 06/12/18
The United States must convince India that a sustainable strategy for the Indo-Pacific region is in place. Marc Grossman, a vice chairman of The Cohen Group and former US under secretary of state for political affairs, suggests that energy relationships and Quad cooperation present two options.
Published 06/12/18
Consumers have a choice on how much data to share and with whom, and technology companies are generally upfront about their hunger for data. Big-data analysis is shaping communities, and even the most cautious cannot escape the consequences.
Published 06/12/18
Values are a uniting force around the globe, slowly replacing an era of industry and economics, and soft power is more enticing than hard power for a global audience. National leaders may try to set new conditions for universal standards of justice, known as the moral high ground, but they can anticipate a struggle in justifying extreme and unreasonable claims for informed citizens in their own nations and elsewhere. Increasingly, cities, states and other entities reject the foreign policy...
Published 10/24/17
Sand is indispensable for construction, roads and oil recovery even as nations try to protect coasts and supplies.
Published 10/24/17
As the globe's population swells from about 2 billion people a century ago to more than 7 billion today, migration numbers are on the rise, too, from about 173 million in 2000 to about 250 million today. Will Hickey, author and associate professor with the School of Government and Public Policy in Indonesia, analyzes the dilemma for countries in trying to separate refugees based on their motivation, economic or political. Refugees search for a better life, and the line between economic and...
Published 10/20/17
Disasters no longer seem like rare events with the internet and smartphones delivering instant, compelling stories for a global audience that is curious, observant and active on social media. Most odious are false reports drafted to misdirect responsibility and create an atmosphere of mistrust.
Published 10/20/17
YaleGlobal Article: The Futile Goal of Winning Wars - Developed nations have specific operational vulnerabilities and much to lose; the US president needs to understand the meaning of victory and defeat
Published 03/13/17
YaleGlobal Article: Disrupting US-China Relations Will Incur High Costs - Efficient production lines, millions of jobs and affordable consumer products of all types depend on stable US-Chinese relations
Published 03/13/17
YaleGlobal article: The Hidden Global Trade in Patient Medical Data - The goal to global trade in health data is new treatments, but government regulations do not keep pace.
Published 03/13/17
YaleGlobal article: Waste Not, Want Not. Researchers develop new technologies, working with entrepreneurs and designers to recycling all kinds of waste into new products which are then sold back to consumers or scattered into the environment.
Published 12/15/16
YaleGlobal: Africa's Population Growth Could Undermine Sustainability - the world's fastest growing region must aim for population stabilization to ensure peace
Published 12/15/16