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Melissa Lott, of the CGEP, spoke about the lagging construction of electric vehicle charging stations.
Eddie Fishman comments on the impact that Western sanctions have had on Russia, saying that Putin had prepared his country for an onslaught of sanctions.
Camille François spoke at a symposium hosted by Columbia Engineering and the Knight First Amendment Institute at Columbia University, about how AI developments are impacting civil discourse.
Camille Francois joins the latest episode of Maria Ressa's series on AI to discuss how to break up Big Tech and build a safe and ethical AI.
Gideon Rose reviews Steve Coll's book The Achilles Trap: Saddam Hussein, the C.I.A., and the Origins of America's Invasion of Iraq.
Thomas Christensen and co-authors discuss in a letter exchange that Washington and Taiwan are not doing enough to assure Beijing of their intentions, in the process undermining deterrence in the Taiwan Strait.
Elizabeth Saunders writes: “The United States has fewer and fewer debates that are shaped by good information and expertise.”.
Jason Bordoff said "it would be much worse for energy security, which is at the heart of the IEA's mission, to ignore the risks of climate change.”
In this book review, Richard Robb reflects on the unexpected costs, both financial and spiritual, of self-employment.