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Policymakers in both the United States and China seem to have fully accepted, and even embraced, the logic of economic decoupling. But what exactly will decoupling entail, and what will its consequences be?
tallies the costs of the global economic fragmentation that the US-China rivalry has set in motion.
A free press is crucial to countering the harmful effects of disinformation, but the business model that supported independent journalism is collapsing when we need it most. To defend against the rising tide of authoritarianism, democracies must support fact-based news and ensure that it is readily accessible to all.
urge funders and policymakers to commit significant funds to support public-interest journalism.
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