COP26 Left the World With a Climate To-Do List
November 17, 2021 via The Conversation – How much the world achieved at the Glasgow climate talks – and what happens now – depends in large part…
How Do You Fix an “Information Disorder”? The Aspen Institute Has Some Ideas
November 15, 2021 via NiemanLab – Understanding the root problems of information disorder requires understanding hard-wired human behaviors, economic and political policy, group psychology and ideologies, and…
Why Is China Building Up Its Nuclear Arsenal?
November 15, 2021 via The New York Times – It’s time for the United States to talk to China about mutual vulnerability.
The U.S. and China Must Consign Trump’s Trade Deal to History
November 15, 2021 via Bloomberg – Using the Phase One pact as the foundation for talks sets up any negotiation to fail at the outset. Yet that’s…
The Discreet Charm of Nuclear Power
November 13, 2021 via The Economist – It makes fighting climate change a lot easier.
Why Building More Homes Won’t Solve the Affordable Housing Problem
November 12, 2021 via The Conversation – Most moratoriums have now been lifted, putting a lot of people at risk of losing their homes.
Here’s Why Rapid COVID Tests Are So Expensive and Hard to Find
November 4, 2021 via ProPublica – The answer appears to be a confounding combination of overzealous regulation and anemic government support.
Beyond Red vs. Blue: The Political Typology
November 9, 2021 via Pew – Even in a polarized era, deep divisions in exist both partisan coalitions.