Bhaskar Chakravorti states that India is a cautionary tale of the unintended consequences of tech policy that fails to look ahead and anticipate its repercussions, via his op-ed in Foreign Policy.
Alex de Waal encourages the World Bank and IMF to use their leverage to end war and starvation in Tigray, via his op-ed in Financial Times.
Dan Drezner examines the possible decline of economists in the marketplace of ideas, via his Washington Post column.
Kelly Sims Gallagher urges Congress to pass a definitive climate law, via an op-ed for The Hill.
Seoho Lee (F14) writes about what led to the surprising defeat of South Korea's Democratic Party, via for The Diplomat.
Dan Drezner explores how the foreign policy community can help navigate today's uncertain world, via his Washington Post column.
Dan Drezner writes about the benefits and downfalls of virtual conferences, via his Washington Post column.
Alex de Waal writes about the weaponization of food in Tigray, in an op-ed for World Politics Review.
Dan Drezner reflects on the discrepancy in media coverage of voter demographics between Trump and Biden, via his Washington Post column.
Ibrahim Warde publishes op-ed in Le Monde diplomatique on Biden's challenges in returning to traditional diplomacy in the Middle East.