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Anne-Sophie Corbeau of CGEP said that the proposed increase of more than 300 million tons of LNG capacity signals the “third big wave in LNG."
Hillary Clinton made the opening remarks for the latest IGP panel, asking what is next for the Middle East.
Irwin Redlener writes that it is time to start considering Ukraine’s future, and how the United States could help to rebuild it.
Arvind Panagariya writes that India’s automobile industry has thrived behind a tariff wall for eight decades and that his distorted industrial policy has robbed citizens of potential jobs.
Anne-Sophie Corbeau said that increased renewable generation is to be expected given the expansion of both solar and wind capacity.
AI Democracy Projects convened a panel of experts for discussion, followed by a workshop aimed at measuring the performance of chatbots and other AI tools that provide information to the public.
Eric Schmidt, an IGP Carnegie Distinguished Fellow, writes that Ukraine and its allies will need to “ramp up defense production” and “invest in developing and scaling technologies that can counter Russia’s formidable new drones.
Scott Barrett, Noah Kaufman and Joseph Stiglitz write that instead of focusing so much on international climate conferences that require unanimous support, rely on hollow voluntary commitments, and ultimately have little effect on emissions, policymakers should be pursuing narrower binding agreements.
Professors Thomas J. Christensen and Andrew Nathan discuss the outcome and implications for the region and beyond.