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A green salvo to counter Putin’s war in Ukraine In the News

A green salvo to counter Putin’s war in Ukraine

John Podesta and Julian Popov discuss why—and how—the European Union and United States must transition to a clean energy economy in order to cut off funding to Russia via fossil fuels.

Julian Popov, John Podesta

Seeking Accountability and Justice for Crimes Committed in Ukraine Article

Seeking Accountability and Justice for Crimes Committed in Ukraine

The international community’s message must be clear: Russia’s acts of aggression and any human rights violations against the Ukrainian people will not go unpunished.

Carolyn Kenney

Strategic Reengagement in the Middle East Report

Strategic Reengagement in the Middle East

The Biden administration can rebalance America’s policy in the Middle East through diplomacy, economic statecraft, and security cooperation—all while shifting away from direct military action.

Brian Katulis, Peter Juul

The Summit for Democracy Is a Good Start—But What Comes Next? Article

The Summit for Democracy Is a Good Start—But What Comes Next?

The Summit for Democracy has been criticized from all fronts, but it has potential to make a real difference in a world marked by backsliding and looming authoritarianism.

Max Bergmann

Prospects for Diplomacy With North Korea Report

Prospects for Diplomacy With North Korea

Given political considerations in the United States and South Korea, a diplomatic approach with North Korea is likely unsustainable in the long term.

Tobias Harris, Abigail Bard, Haneul Lee