CFR – The World This Week March 31, 2023

ImageThe World This WeekMarch 31, 2023
The Putin-Xi Summit Reinforces Anti-U.S. Partnership Thomas Graham

Russian President Vladimir Putin and Chinese leader Xi Jinping attend a welcome ceremony at the Kremlin on March 21, 2023. (Alexey Maishev/Sputnik)The meeting of Russian President Vladimir Putin and Chinese leader Xi Jinping in Moscow helped both give the impression of a united front, but underlying tensions were also discernible. Get the quick take
AUKUS Offers More Than Submarines Lauren Kahn

AUKUS, the U.S. security pact with Australia and the United Kingdom, can provide a robust means for the United States and its allies to counter China’s technological advancements. Read more on Renewing America
Nuclear Energy Can Save Farmland Zongyuan Zoe Liu

Nuclear energy can help the United States decarbonize its economic growth while also protecting its farmland and food security. Read more on Renewing America
What’s Cracking in the Arctic?In the latest episode of the Why It Matters podcast, CFR’s Esther Brimmer and Jeff Randall discuss the rising temperatures and great power competition in the Arctic Circle.Listen
Latin America’s Democracies Face an Internal ThreatWill Freeman and Beatriz ReyBy invitation of elected leaders, militaries across the region are reemerging as a political force by resolving election disputes, putting down protests and taking top government jobs. Read the opinion (paywall)
Israel’s Crisis Isn’t Just About Judicial Reform Elliott Abrams

The question of the judicial power in a country without a constitution must be addressed, as well as the role of religion in Israeli society. Read more on Pressure Points
Diplomacy and the Fight for Racial Equality Catherine Powell and Alexandra Dent

The appointment of Desirée Cormier Smith to the new role of U.S. Special Representative for Racial Equity and Justice is the product of decades of activism for the State Department to advocate on a broader level for the rights of historically marginalized individuals. Read more on Women Around the World
Artificial Intelligence and Great Power Competition

In the latest episode of The President’s Inbox podcast, the Center for a New American Security’s Paul Scharre sits down with James M. Lindsay to discuss how artificial intelligence is intensifying the geopolitical rivalry between China and the United States.Listen
 Inside CFR

U.S. Deputy Attorney General Lisa Monaco discusses how the Department of Justice is countering new and evolving threats to the rule of law posed by hostile nation states, from transnational repression to foreign malign influence. Watch the discussion Panelists discuss lessons learned from the 2003 U.S. invasion of Iraq, including the circumstances that led to Operation Iraqi Freedom and whether it was a necessary war, as well as the ramifications of the resulting war for U.S. foreign policy in the Middle East. Watch the discussion Former officials involved in the negotiations discuss the landmark 1998 Good Friday Agreement (or Belfast Agreement), lessons for the ongoing peace process, enduring sectarian tensions, and the future of Northern Ireland. Watch the discussion
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