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Pikas are adapting to climate change remarkably well, contrary to many...

Andrew Smith, Arizona State University Climate change is harming many special places and iconic species around our planet, from Glacier National Park’s disappearing glaciers to...

The Catalyst for Stronger US-Taiwan Ties

  The Catalyst for Stronger US-Taiwan Ties How Under Secretary of State Krach Became “Taiwan’s Number One Friend” by Michael Mink On September 17th, 2020, U.S. Under Secretary...

White House Announces Intent to Nominate Keith Krach to Under Secretary...

The White House has announced President Donald J. Trump's intent to nominate Keith Krach to become the Under Secretary of State for Economic Growth, Energy,...

How the US withdrawal from the Iran nuclear deal will effect...

Negar Habibi, King's College London Donald Trump’s decision to unilaterally pull the US out of the Iran nuclear deal doesn’t just have important political and...

How Chinese products went from cheap and cheerful to weapons in...

Qing Shan Ding, University of Huddersfield Tensions are escalating between China and the US over trade. The Chinese government has announced retaliatory measures on a...

Rewriting NAFTA has serious implications beyond just trade

Jessica Trisko Darden, American University School of International Service President Donald J. Trump has called the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) our...

Why interest rates are taking divergent paths in Europe and the...

Jagjit Chadha, University of Kent The prospect that the central banks of the US and the eurozone will soon make opposing moves on policy rates...

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Artificial intelligence must know when to ask for human help

Sarah Scheffler, Boston University; Adam D. Smith, Boston University, and Ran Canetti, Boston University Artificial intelligence systems are powerful tools for businesses and governments to...