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Jason Bordoff called 2024 an “unusually consequential year for climate action” due to the number of national elections taking place.
Joseph Stiglitz spoke about the future of Hong Kong, saying it should diversify its investment strategy and take full advantage of its unique status within China to explore new development opportunities.
Jason Bordoff discusses how elections throughout the world in 2024 might affect climate policy and what needs to be done to speed up the energy transition.
Jason Bordoff writes about how COP28 demonstrated what’s missing from climate diplomacy.
Kimberly Marten of the Saltzman Institute and coauthors prepared a downloadable report that notes, in part that “Moscow will almost certainly resort to greater use of hybrid tactics and asymmetric tools of coercion, such as disinformation, cyberattacks, and sabotage.”
Jason Bordoff said 2024's most important climate work may get done on the national level, in order to better implement commitments that that are way off track.
The International Organization and UN Studies specialization welcomed Dennis Francis.
Carol O'Cleireacain was named to serve on the Budget Advisory Panel to help the city identify creative ways to protect vital services for New Yorkers.
Anne Nelson wrote: “American far-right terrorism may be on the rise, but its roots go back to Reconstruction.”