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The international response to Putin’s invasion of Ukraine has given the West a second—and possibly final​​—chance to build a durable rules-based world order, argue @IvoHDaalder  and @JamesMLindsay .

@ChadBown  discusses how to make export controls more effective—and argues that Washington must work harder to persuade its allies that imposing export controls is in their interests.

Nondemocratic ideas are gaining traction throughout Latin America—and China is primed to exploit this ideological shift, writes @julioguzmanperu . How can the United States help make the case for democracy in the region?

“Ethiopia is an endlessly complex country and has always been allergic to external actors whose policies smack of bullying or condescension.” As the country moves on from a two-year conflict, how should the U.S.-Ethiopian relationship evolve?

Read @FeliciaWongRI  and @toddntucker  on the Biden administration’s Inflation Reduction Act—and how it could benefit European firms and workers as well as the American people.

How can U.S. negotiators bolster the Indo-Pacific Economic Framework’s chances of success?

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What can the international community do to help end the systematic violence perpetrated by security forces in northern Ethiopia against Tigrayans?

Putin’s regime is living on borrowed time—and if the West holds firm, the Russian leader’s hold on power will likely collapse in the near future, write @Kasparov63  and @mbk_center .

How Spain's overreaction to the Catalan referendum legitimized the call for independence:

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