Fletcher Dean Rachel Kyte comments on a need for action at the G7 leaders summit in Politico, noting the tepidness of a communique last week from the G7 finance ministers.
In BBC News, Alex de Waal provides an in-depth look at the crisis in Tigray, which is facing a man-made famine.
Bhaskar Chakravorti states that Democrats and Republicans alike need to be honest about how much broadband for all will cost, and suggests that Big Tech can help pay for it, via his article in Wired
Michael Beckley outlines how the United States must change course to secure its military advantage over China, via his article in Foreign Affairs.
Amy Myers Jaffe comments on infrastructure for the oil and gas industry, noting that global oil demand is likely to peak in coming years, via an article in The Wall Street Journal.
Dan Drezner discusses the recent scandal involving Amy Chua at Yale Law School, via his column in The Washington Post
Dean Kyte urges G7 leaders to make clear climate commitments ahead of COP26, via an article in ExBulletin
Dean Kyte is quoted in ExBulletin about the need to address the critical issues regarding climate finance leading up to COP26
Dan Drezner comments on the G7's finance leaders agreement to back a new global minimum tax rate, via his column in The Washington Post