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Fri, Jun 4, 2021

The post-COVID world this week: The Wuhan lab-leak theory and the new way we’re paying for our pandemic purchases

What can we expect from a post-COVID world after a pandemic that has reshaped international affairs? A world in which we may still be paying off our pandemic era purchases.

The future is here by Andrew R. Marshall

Coronavirus Education

Tue, Jun 1, 2021

Ending Ukraine’s memory wars

Since 1991, Russia has sought to fuel memory wars as a way of preventing Ukraine from consolidating its statehood. However, recent research indicates that history can unite Ukrainians as well as dividing them.

UkraineAlert by Peter Pomerantsev, Nataliya Gumenyuk, Maria Montague

Democratic Transitions Disinformation

Fri, May 28, 2021

The post-COVID world this week: The next vaccine millionaire and how vaccination campaigns are choosing their words wisely

What can we expect from a post-COVID world after a pandemic that has reshaped international affairs? A world in which vaccination campaigns are going to be getting creative about their words in order to persuade more people to get their doses.

The future is here by Andrew R. Marshall

Coronavirus Education

Fri, May 21, 2021

The post-COVID world this week: A return to life, a ‘turnover tsunami,’ and today’s massive digital transformation

What can we expect from a post-COVID world after a pandemic that has reshaped international affairs? A world in which the digital transition is moving faster than previously predicted and more people move online.

The future is here by Andrew R. Marshall

Coronavirus Education

Fri, May 14, 2021

The post-COVID world this week: A win for the US, a duo that can save the world, and a guide to memorializing the pandemic

What can we expect from a post-COVID world after a pandemic that has reshaped international affairs? A world in which people will start to look back on this moment by erecting memorials, dedications, and more.

The future is here by Andrew R. Marshall

Coronavirus Education

Fri, May 14, 2021

Rothschild in Newsweek: A middle class foreign policy must address universities’ China dependence

Nonresident senior fellow Amanda Rothschild argues the United States must address American universities’ financial dependence on China, contending that this reliance harms the middle class in part by keeping tuition costs high.

In the News by Atlantic Council

China Education

Fri, Apr 30, 2021

The post-COVID world this week: Predicting Latin America’s future, how some plan to reopen, and the pandemic’s impact on education

What can we expect from a post-COVID world after a pandemic that has reshaped international affairs? Children in rich countries will return to school, while children in the poorest countries will be hit the hardest.

The future is here by Andrew R. Marshall

Coronavirus Education

Wed, Apr 28, 2021

Chaudhary joins the American Pakistan Foundation to discuss Dr. Ali Khan’s book “The Next Pandemic: On the Front Lines Against Humankind’s Gravest Dangers”

In the News by Atlantic Council

Coronavirus Education

Wed, Apr 14, 2021

Brooks in Write About Now on lessons from the pandemic

On April 14, Forward Defense Nonresident Senior Fellow Max Brooks was featured on the Write About Now podcast on the pandemic and Minecraft.

In the News by Atlantic Council

Coronavirus Education

Wed, Apr 14, 2021

Ee in China Focus on Talent Retention

On April 14, Scowcroft Center for Strategy and Security Nonresident Fellow Shaun Ee was featured in China Focus for an award-winning essay on the benefits of immigration for the United States, with a particular focus on immigration and talent retention. He argues that the United States must encourage immigration while remaining sensitive to legitimate concerns about espionage.

In the News by Atlantic Council

China Civil Society