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From the early days of his candidacy, Trump’s statements on Syria were contradictory. @franceszbrown writes that, f… https://t.co/zMcCK1jxWsWho will control the global 5G network? https://t.co/mS1bixRWVD.@SarahEYerkes identifies an important lesson from Tunisia’s recent experience: that states in transition should be… https://t.co/z7o64YJyDU“By using his public office for personal gain, Trump has affirmed Putin’s long-held conviction—shared by autocrats… https://t.co/xO805MjnEhTo preserve the economic vitality of the West, governments will need to open up their countries to immigration, arg… https://t.co/pk9UOWAMCgRather than trying to persuade Moscow to understand its own interests differently, Washington must demonstrate that… https://t.co/Ny6UYKNxmg“For all the unfinished business Tunisia still faces, its example remains a source of hope across the region.” https://t.co/53x6ohgDYb.@smalcomson explains how the emerging global 5G infrastructure will bring about a redistribution of sovereignty fr… https://t.co/hX85w6HZA9How did things go so wrong in Venezuela? Read the best of Foreign Affairs’ coverage of the country's economic crisi… https://t.co/RnI01GZNfH“Smarter relations with Russia can help guarantee European security and strategic stability, bring a modicum of ord… https://t.co/d1WB8QSrdBHow are a series of recent intelligence failures affecting the thinking in Tehran about spies and infiltrators? https://t.co/dDYFgspQj1Paul Starr reviews Shoshana Zuboff’s book, “The Age of Surveillance Capitalism,” and discusses the social and polit… https://t.co/1Ps7mOsxubWilliam J. Burns discusses Trump’s dangerous brand of diplomatic malpractice: https://t.co/AClt0PFforThe cloud-computing, data-center, & 5G industries need to start thinking ahead, writes @smalcomson. If the new glob… https://t.co/n4SnrU9EQmHow should the United States approach relations with Russia? https://t.co/06tudhg0NsWith 5G, a new networking infrastructure is emerging, dependent on the Internet but distinct from it and subject to… https://t.co/DDvukpOZMhSuspicion of foreign infiltration is no longer limited to Iran’s elected bodies, writes @MaysamBehravesh. Facing in… https://t.co/lKZILp3Bvq“Actual immigration levels have fueled the rise of right-wing populism far less than fear-mongering has.” https://t.co/J27q1zDO8e
11/17
2019
Trump’s scorched-earth tactics, casual relationship with truth, and contempt for career public service bear more th… https://t.co/eZc9xiJ1hlLast month, the limitations of Trump’s erratic approach to Syria were laid bare. @franceszbrown explains why the ad… https://t.co/88wziaPOZ2Iran’s actions seem designed not to actually produce a nuclear weapon at this stage but rather to get the attention… https://t.co/kHceKJEgFu“Smarter relations with Russia can help guarantee European security and strategic stability, bring a modicum of ord… https://t.co/Owa9kVP5biHow did things go so wrong in Venezuela? Read the best of Foreign Affairs’ coverage of Venezuela’s economic crisis… https://t.co/grIWeiQOA7“Tunisia’s story offers lessons for beyond the Arab world: that transitions from authoritarianism require brave lea… https://t.co/8KrpfnjXXrHow are a series of intelligence failures affecting the thinking in Tehran about spies and infiltrators? https://t.co/IlePi4b6IXPaul Starr reviews Shoshana Zuboff’s “The Age of Surveillance Capitalism” and discusses the social and political im… https://t.co/1QvwwQShcK“One might imagine that the State Department’s leadership would stand up to the president and for its personnel—so… https://t.co/Ir6w0oa95iThe cloud-computing, data-center, and 5G industries need to start thinking ahead, writes @smalcomson. If the new gl… https://t.co/9WQpjaa13NGiven the economic benefits it brings, that immigration to many rich countries is stagnating or falling is cause fo… https://t.co/hvOVigy37BThere is now a rare window of opportunity to begin winding down the war in Yemen. April Longley Alley and… https://t.co/6GqPtTWfWREach U.S. president since the end of the Cold War left office with U.S.-Russian relations in worse shape than he fo… https://t.co/WRBayIfdtMUnderstanding certain features of the corrupt Ukrainian past could shed some light on political corruption in today… https://t.co/f3zTNRaen9Trump withdrew from the JCPOA in the hope of securing a bigger, better deal with Iran. @MichaelSinghDC considers wh… https://t.co/kBdFYhRKc5William J. Burns discusses Donald Trump’s dangerous brand of diplomatic malpractice https://t.co/cOb7kaZUHGAcross the Arab world, countries that looked as though they might move toward democracy have become mired in civil… https://t.co/2w9EJNKTE9Who will control the emerging global 5G network? https://t.co/vLvp9LgcYGIn this new collection, we trace the origins of Venezuela’s crisis and the forces that have kept the country in a s… https://t.co/r2bpJCqYT0Paul Starr discusses Shoshana Zuboff’s book “The Age of Surveillance Capitalism,” on how technology firms are creat… https://t.co/2vMxUk1Wu8Nearly a decade later, Tunisia remains the only success story to have come out of the many uprisings that shook the… https://t.co/5WZk8wPfouHow are Japanese-South Korean tensions affecting the U.S.-led alliance system in Asia? https://t.co/YyDjxvPF9zThe contemptible mistreatment of Marie Yovanovitch, the U.S. ambassador to Ukraine, will have a severe and lasting… https://t.co/jsxFvCN2VgAndrew J. Nathan explains why Beijing is waiting out the pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong: https://t.co/ZXOlOLY16XPaul Starr reviews Shoshana Zuboff’s book on the rise of “surveillance capitalism,” a new market form pioneered by… https://t.co/CJf3C7qv3n.@SarahEYerkes discusses Tunisia’s democratic turn since the Arab Spring and what the country’s experience can teac… https://t.co/uUQPXSbAz6For the first year after the U.S. disavowed the JCPOA, Iran appeared content to wait out the Trump administration.… https://t.co/AoCqlLiOzs“Chinese policymakers have recognized the rift between Seoul and Tokyo as a godsend. Fractures between two crucial… https://t.co/pqUB5RrM3yUntil very recently, the ambiguity in Trump’s Syria policy was useful, writes @franceszbrown. Now that it’s stopped… https://t.co/CVEX9SrW1V
11/16
2019
“For all the unfinished business Tunisia still faces, its example remains a source of hope across the region.” https://t.co/IQCkzRFFnbMany politicians believe that more immigration is a political nonstarter, but they overestimate the populist backla… https://t.co/cEbaXiQovUUkraine has paid a terrible price for having once allowed an unrestricted stream of big money into its political sy… https://t.co/odToBjlZ87.@smalcomson explains how the emerging 5G infrastructure will bring about a redistribution of sovereignty from stat… https://t.co/NtrF0AUyu2Even before the Ukraine mess, the Trump administration had been waging a war on diplomacy for nearly three years. W… https://t.co/uaWhlACJty“Tehran’s approach suggests that it sees the JCPOA as serving its interests and therefore worth preserving. What it… https://t.co/lUOlra2MJwHow should the United States approach relations with Russia? Thomas Graham proposes an alternative to the failed st… https://t.co/WPTfAPjLpbNearly a decade on, Tunisia remains the only success story to have come out of the many uprisings that shook the Ar… https://t.co/UKrYrTQs9D“Back in 2015, we relied on the solidarity of our U.S. and European allies to push our elites to take the right ste… https://t.co/JwNogyLKOeHow is the Japanese-South Korean feud affecting the U.S.-led alliance system in Asia? https://t.co/Icfhvg9skRThe contemptible mistreatment of Marie Yovanovitch, the U.S. ambassador to Ukraine, will have a severe and lasting… https://t.co/eazg95jaLnThe United States now has an opportunity to forge a united front with its erstwhile European partners and push Iran… https://t.co/aqUbky3EpR“Zuboff’s book is a brilliant, arresting analysis of the digital economy and a plea for a social awakening about th… https://t.co/aDXQtrtgNy.@SarahEYerkes discusses what other young democracies can learn from Tunisia’s political transition—and considers w… https://t.co/eFMYqNBrSqThe implications of 5G and how it’s governed will be enormous for surveillance, security, and national prosperity,… https://t.co/SgNDUavNK9Rather than pandering to the nativism of an aging minority, politicians in Europe and North America should think se… https://t.co/wJFRe8oFIOMy latest in @ForeignAffairs - how Iran's nuclear escalation offers the US a diplomatic opportunity https://t.co/wSLPkS0V8w
Retweeted by Foreign AffairsAndrew J. Nathan explains why China is waiting out the pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong: https://t.co/yeNkcagjH5.@MiraRappHooper argues that, in his phone call with Zelensky, Trump’s use of U.S. power to advance his own politic… https://t.co/1sUwX8yLU5A more balanced strategy of restrained competition with Russia would not only reduce the risk of nuclear war but al… https://t.co/qFNJVRA9gpPaul Starr reviews Shoshana Zuboff’s new book on the rise of “surveillance capitalism,” a new market form pioneered… https://t.co/esEtOj7R3HFor two and a half years, the ambiguity in U.S. Syria policy allowed Trump, his national security team, and even th… https://t.co/D9bcQbyq4P“With 5G, a new networking infrastructure is emerging, dependent on the Internet but distinct from it and subject t… https://t.co/19QlY4r709Acts of protectionism are acts of self-harm, write @ChadBown & @D_A_Irwin. But the Trump administration is also doi… https://t.co/i5oisTqG3PIn this new collection, we trace the origins of Venezuela’s crisis and the forces that have kept the country in a s… https://t.co/3RkhHixUzyWilliam J. Burns writes that the Trump administration has destroyed American diplomacy, damaging U.S. credibility a… https://t.co/F2AHKp15gRWhether control over 5G will be exercised principally by states or companies remains to be seen, @smalcomson writes… https://t.co/qKtaswAk85“Above all, U.S. policymakers will need to see Russia plainly, without sentiment or ideology.” https://t.co/vRac7mHOTt“In the surveillance business, any undefended area of social life is fair game.” https://t.co/tXahsRUKWaRich countries are facing a demographic crisis, writes @charlesjkenny, and one solution stands above all others: to… https://t.co/KZM9vDYoNSThroughout Trump’s nearly three years in office, analysts have lamented the muddle of his foreign policy. Ambiguity… https://t.co/fgJf3Eo1zzSince the end of the Cold War, every U.S. president has come into office promising to build better relations with R… https://t.co/C1F8D2lNnKWho will control the global 5G network? https://t.co/UcLgAPyx7aIn this new collection, we trace the origins of Venezuela’s current crisis and the forces that have kept the countr… https://t.co/5pogRejtYePaul Starr discusses Shoshana Zuboff’s “The Age of Surveillance Capitalism,” on how technology firms are creating n… https://t.co/MoG4bR4eT4“Beijing believes that, despite the appearance of disorder, its grip on Hong Kong society remains firm.” https://t.co/lBmmG2cUz7
11/15
2019
The Internet has so far proved remarkably resistant to state governance. How will the rollout of 5G change the way… https://t.co/psAv3mDsurTrump’s misuse of U.S. power to enlist Ukraine (and perhaps other allies) in the pursuit of his personal political… https://t.co/P2iMl84w7Z“Policy ambiguity on Syria worked for a time, but it was destined to become a liability at some point.” https://t.co/42lb6fKRYl“In the surveillance business, any undefended area of social life is fair game.” https://t.co/TrGJBllu1Y“For dictators, Trump is the gift that keeps on giving, a non-stop advertisement for Western self-dealing. So much… https://t.co/9rEp9lqIog“U.S. policy across four administrations has failed because, whether conciliatory or confrontational, it has rested… https://t.co/r2kX5oAyXGIn late October, Germany and China began commercial-scale rollouts of 5G. @smalcomson discusses how this emerging g… https://t.co/VPp3hOdd1RRich countries are facing a demographic crisis, writes @charlesjkenny, and one solution stands above all the others… https://t.co/q2dCwgYuHhA series of recent intelligence failures in Iran suggested that all was not locked down as it should be within the… https://t.co/U4Jxpg4ob6How does Beijing view resistance in Hong Kong? Andrew J. Nathan discusses Chinese leaders’ perceptions of the curre… https://t.co/OA4ePFbzpLMuch has been made of Trump’s pressuring of Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky as an abuse of presidential powe… https://t.co/qCelzWwxnjPaul Starr reviews “The Age of Surveillance Capitalism: The Fight for a Human Future at the New Frontier of Power”… https://t.co/RUwD2Os3HBFrom the early days of his candidacy, Trump’s statements on Syria were contradictory. @franceszbrown writes that, f… https://t.co/MIGQRnEAxPWhether control over 5G will be exercised principally by states or companies remains to be seen, writes @smalcomsonhttps://t.co/yL2LYRBasf“Above all, U.S. policymakers will need to see Russia plainly, without sentiment or ideology.” https://t.co/f21z09305kSophie Pinkham discusses how military aid to Ukraine gained bipartisan support in the United States—and why it won’… https://t.co/jLyexF1lxdMy latest: The Real Fight for the Future of #5G https://t.co/8CeD7RYWTJ via @ForeignAffairs
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11/14
2019

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