On May 7 and May 14, the respective governing parties in the Argentine provinces of Jujuy, La Pampa, Salta and Tierra del…
Governing Parties Prevail In 4 Argentine Mining & Petro Province Election
Mark P. Jones May 16, 2023
How Long Will it Take for China’s Nuclear Power to Replace Coal?
Shih Yu (Elsie) Hung May 16, 2023
Chinese Anime and Japanese Mahjong: The Clandestine Battle Between Digital Content Economies
The latest rivalry between China and Japan is over digital media, specifically over what countries can claim the label of “anime.” But what’s going on is much more complex than the oversimplified “China vs. Japan” narrative, writes research associate Brandon Zheng.
Brandon Zheng May 10, 2023
The War in Ukraine Is Underscoring US Security Challenges in Europe and East Asia
The Russia-Ukraine war may have strengthened the NATO alliance. But it also raises critical questions about Europe’s security architecture and U.S. policy toward China.
Joe Barnes May 3, 2023
Accusations of US Spying in Mexico Reveal AMLO’s Hostile Intentions Toward US Interests
Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador's deference to drug cartels in Mexico reveals that he is not interested in meaningful cooperation on bilateral drug law enforcement, and his administration should be regarded as hostile to U.S. interests, writes nonresident fellow Gary Hale.
Gary J. Hale April 27, 2023
Public Medicaid Managed Care Organizations are Under Attack in Texas
Two new bills introduced in the Texas Legislature could jeopardize the care received by Medicaid patients, writes Vivian Ho, the James A. Baker III Institute Chair in Health Economics. She explains why the legislation would weaken county-owned insurance plans and raise Texans’ tax bills.
Vivian Ho April 24, 2023
A Political Earthquake In Argentina’s Vaca Muerta: The 2023 Neuquén Gubernatorial Election
On April 16, Rodolfo “Rolo” Figueroa did what no gubernatorial candidate has ever done in Neuquén over the past 60 years…
Mark P. Jones April 17, 2023
Canada’s Natural Gas Distribution Network is the Latest Target for Russian Hackers
Once again, more than a decade after NSA contractor Edward Snowden departed the United States with a massive trove of…
Christopher Bronk April 13, 2023
Mexico Took a US Asset — With Barely a Whimper From the Biden Administration
With little pushback from the Biden administration, Mexican officials seized an American company’s port facility earlier this month. But history shows Mexico should be wary of engaging in such provocations, writes nonresident fellow Gary Hale.
Gary J. Hale March 31, 2023
The Drug Enforcement Administration Should Not Erect More Barriers to Care
The rapid adoption of telemedicine is one of the few positive developments of the COVID-19 pandemic, writes fellow Katharine Neill Harris. She explains why the DEA’s recent proposal to change the rules for prescribing drugs via telemedicine would harm patients and increase demand for and exposure to unregulated and more dangerous drugs.
Katharine Neill Harris March 31, 2023