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New Atlanticist

Jun 26, 2024

How to stop governments from trafficking people

By John Cotton Richmond

The US State Department’s latest Trafficking in Persons Report identifies more than a dozen governments that exploit people in forced labor and sex trafficking.

Central Asia China

New Atlanticist

Jun 26, 2024

Climate change was a hidden force in India’s elections. Now Modi needs to deliver solutions.

By Shék Jain

The coalition government must adopt long-term climate solutions that connect to the livelihoods of India’s youth and agricultural sector.

Climate Change & Climate Action Energy & Environment

EnergySource

Jun 25, 2024

Bangladesh’s air quality is among the world’s worst. What can be done?

By Joseph Webster, Natalie Sinha, and Sarah Meadows

Bangladesh's severe air pollution takes an enormous toll on its people, economy, and environment. While anti-pollution measures can be costly, adopting cleaner fuels, introducing new regulations, and strengthening regional energy integration may benefit the country in the long run.

Bangladesh Energy & Environment

Issue Brief

Jun 25, 2024

A global strategy to secure UAS supply chains

By Matthew Kroenig, Imran Bayoumi

China exercises substantial control over the commercial drone market, which poses a security challenge for the United States and its allies and partners. What strategy will help the United States and its allies and partners counter China’s drone-market dominance?

China Defense Industry

In the News

Jun 25, 2024

Dean quoted in the Australian on AUKUS and nuclear energy debate

On June 25, IPSI nonresident senior fellow Peter Dean was quoted in the Australian, where he discussed how the political debate over the Coalition’s nuclear energy proposal could threaten bipartisan support for AUKUS and obtaining nuclear-powered submarines.

Australia Indo-Pacific

In the News

Jun 25, 2024

Dollar Dominance Monitor featured by Reuters on BRICS de-dollarization efforts

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Brazil China

In the News

Jun 25, 2024

Transatlantic Economic Statecraft Report cited in the International Cybersecurity Law Review on semiconductor supply chains

Read the journal article here.

Artificial Intelligence China

In the News

Jun 24, 2024

Dean quoted in the Sydney Morning Herald on implications of a second Trump administration for allies

On June 23, IPSI nonresident senior fellow Peter Dean was quoted in the Sydney Morning Herald, where he shared what a second Trump administration could mean for allies. 

Australia Indo-Pacific

In the News

Jun 24, 2024

Kerg re-published in Asia Times

On June 22, IPSI nonresident fellow Brian Kerg’s recent New Atlanticist piece, “Think China can already take Taiwan easily? Think again,” was re-published in the Asia Times. In the piece, Kerg argues that China seeks to create a false narrative that it would inevitably prevail in an invasion of Taiwan.

China Conflict

In the News

Jun 24, 2024

Jo quoted in ASB Zeitung on recent Russia-North Korea agreement

On June 21, IPSI nonresident senior fellow Bee Yun Jo was quoted in ASB Zeitung regarding the recent Russia-North Korea agreement, which contains a concerning clause allowing for potential military assistance between the two nations. 

Defense Policy Indo-Pacific

Experts

Events