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Brooke Sample
The Arctic’s brief age of innocence is over. The US and its allies must prepare for geopolitical tensions that are bound to creep ever further north.
Matthew Yglesias
Passing legislation to raise the US’s borrowing capacity was easier than a lot of members of Congress thought it would be — but addressing the debt itself will be a lot harder. 
Niall Ferguson
Will electric vehicles change the world as much as railroads and internal-combustion engines did in centuries past?
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US Allies Can Have Productive Ties With China: Australia Defense Minister

Australia seeks to balance its economic and security relationship with China even as it maintains a longstanding defense alliance with the US at a time of heightened geopolitical tensions. Australia Defense Minister Richard Marles says “How you navigate those two things is complex, it’s not obvious, it requires discussion.” He also discusses Australia's role in supporting Ukraine in an interview with Bloomberg's Haslinda Amin in Singapore. (Source: Bloomberg)

US-China Handshake Fails to Stem Fear of Conflict

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