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China poses the most direct test of U.S. foreign policy in decades. But unless Washington takes a clear view of China’s weaknesses as well as its strengths, policymakers risk undermining the United States’ own competitiveness, @ryanl_hass  argues.

China is the second most powerful country in the world and the most formidable competitor the United States has faced in decades. But U.S. policymakers must keep in mind that China faces steep challenges, too, @ryanl_hass  writes.

Policymakers in small and medium-size countries need to realize that #COVID19  #vaccine  procurement decisions could become proxies for the geopolitical rivalry between China and the United States, says @DrKhorSK .

In the face of China’s technological drive, policymakers have called for government action to protect the United States’ lead. But first, Washington needs a new understanding of how technology relates to power, write Christopher Darby and Sarah Sewall.

The scale of internet platforms is such that their mistakes can undermine democracy, public health, and public safety even in countries as large as the United States. Policymakers must take action.

Read @MegJacobs100  on the unprecedented measures Franklin Roosevelt took to lift the United States out of the Great Depression and address underlying economic problems—and the lessons that era holds for policymakers grappling with today’s crisis.

Read @BrankoMilan  on how the United States’ form of capitalism is enabling the formation of a new inherited aristocracy—and the steps policymakers can take to preserve social mobility and level the generational playing field.

Read @BrankoMilan  on how the United States’ brand of capitalism is enabling the formation of a new inherited aristocracy—and the steps policymakers can take to preserve social mobility and level the generational playing field.

Read @BrankoMilan  on how the United States’ brand of capitalism is enabling the formation of a new inherited aristocracy—and the steps policymakers can take to preserve social mobility and level the generational playing field.

To succeed in the competition with China, many policymakers on both sides of the aisle now agree that the United States will need to act, Kurt M. Campbell & @RushDoshi  write. In doing so, they can begin to reverse the impression of U.S. decline.

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"In Washington, scholars, experts, and policymakers still debate whether the United States and China are in an ideological competition. There is no such debate in Beijing" - Ideological Security as National Security

"U.S. policymakers need to engage the Kremlin on a small number of mutually beneficial issues, as the U.S. did during the Cold War. Most immediately, the United States and Russia must extend the New Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty (START)."

White House economists projected *last September* that a pandemic in the United States could kill 500k and inflict up to $4T in damage to the economy. They warned policymakers against conflating those risks with the cost of the common flu.

China’s rulers believe that the past four years have shown that the United States is in rapid decline, causing Washington to frantically try to suppress China’s rise. U.S. policymakers must show Beijing that this assessment is wrong, @JulianGewirtz  argues.

China is rich in data but lags behind the United States and its allies in advanced electronics manufacturing. This gives U.S. policymakers an opportunity to maintain the country’s technological edge in the global AI competition, writes @BuchananBen .

NYT's Wednesday Page One lede: "The United States economy faces irreparable damage from the coronavirus, the nation’s top economic policymakers warned on Tuesday, although they offered differing solutions on how to ease the blow..."

News Analysis: The United States must stop its involvement in endless wars, say bipartisan critics of both President Trump’s actions and Washington policymakers

Turkey recently purchased Russia’s S-400 missile system. But President Trump has done little to oppose the deal, and U.S. policymakers fear it could give Russia invaluable insight into the United States’ F-35 fighter jets, FP’s@laraseligman  writes.

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