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Cédric O

Cédric O

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Cédric O is a former French secretary of state for the digital economy (2019-22).

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  1. Bridging the AI Regulation Gap
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    Bridging the AI Regulation Gap

    May 15, 2023 Cédric O urges lawmakers on both sides of the Atlantic to agree on how to oversee the rapidly emerging market.

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    The Democrats’ Disastrous Debt Deal

    James K. Galbraith decries the party’s willingness to play along with the Republicans’ bad-faith politicking.
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    Building a Biotech Alliance of Democracies

    Jafer Ahmad & Abigail Kukura explains how the US and its allies and partners can maintain leadership in a strategically vital sector.
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    The Transatlantic Carbon-Pricing Clash

    Daniel Gros predicts that the opposing approaches taken by the US and the EU will lead to trade and political frictions.
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    The Geopolitics of Nature

    Simon Zadek highlights the fatal flaw in green “solutions” like the EU’s new deforestation legislation.
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    Joseph S. Nye, Jr., on Chinese power, US politics, the new cold war, and more

    Joseph S. Nye, Jr. considers how China undermines its own soft power, traces the potential causes of a war over Taiwan, welcomes Europe’s embrace of “smart” power, and more.
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    Can Democracy Survive the Polycrisis?

    George Soros

    Around the world, people increasingly live with the sense that too much is happening, too fast. Chief among the sources of this growing angst are the rise of artificial intelligence, climate change, and Russia's war in Ukraine – each of which demands urgent attention from policymakers and political leaders.

    calls attention to the growing challenges posed by AI, climate change, and the war in Ukraine.
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    Can America Escape Its Second Gilded Age?

    J. Bradford DeLong recalls how the country overcame a previous era of extreme income and wealth inequality.
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    Can Spain Show European Leadership?

    Ana Palacio worries that a snap election will undermine the effectiveness of the country’s Council of the EU presidency.
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    Quo Vadis, Latin America?

    Arturo Sarukhan wonders whether the inevitable changes that lie ahead will bring democratic decay or renewal.

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