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G20: Financial Difficulties Weaken Argentina’s Summit Clout. Adjunct Lecturer Benjamin Gedan quoted in Financial Times, 11/29
Breakthrough, Escalation Or Pause? Trump, Xi Set To Meet At G20. Assistant Professor Ling Chen quoted in Alijazeera, 11/29
Theresa May and the EU have a Brexit deal. What’s next?. Director of European and Eurasian Studies Erik Jones quoted in Vox, 11/26
DR Congo’s risky bet on digital democracy. Adjunct Lecturer Mvemba Dizolele quoted in Financial Times, 11/25

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News: China's Green Energy Sector
For Chinese leaders, boosting global green energy is not a moral issue, it is an economic one, according to Professor Jonas Nahm who was interviewed by Wired on China's green energy sector. Read More »
News: Lessons from the Past
SAIS Europe Professor Mark Gilbert wrote an article for Toronto's Globe and Mail on the importance of looking to the past when attempting to answer the questions of today. Read More »
News: Global Nutrition
In her latest piece for Axios, Professor Tanvi Nagpal writes on how global nutrition has improved, but targeted investments are still needed. Read More »
News: George H. W. Bush
Professor Mary Sarotte reflects on the legacy of the 41st President in an article for Foreign Affairs. Read More »