Guest Editor Dominic Hart has scoured the internet for IR-related content that might interest you. Here he brings you the past fortnight's best readings and podcasts to keep you up to date with what's happening around the world.
- Strategic interdependence: Europe’s new approach in a world of middle powers Aslı Aydıntaşbaş et al for The European Council on Foreign Affairs
- Nagorno-Karabakh: crisis in the Caucasus could destabilise the whole of Eurasia Anna Matveeva for The Conversation
- The Voice: why Australia is holding a referendum on First Nations representation to government – podcast by The Conversation.
UK and Europe
- Slovakia may join two other NATO countries at odds with Zelensky Ted Snider for Responsible Statecraft
- AI Safety Summit: Can Britain write the AI rulebook? Olivia O’Sullivan for Chatham House.
Russia and Ukraine
- Ukraine war: Putin avoids further mobilisation while Kyiv suffers manpower shortage Alexander Titov for The Conversation
- Russia concedes Karabakh for stake in new regional order Laurence Broers for Chatham House.
- Can Biden bounce back as the US presidential race turns nastier? Richard Hargy for The Conversation
- U.S. Budget Deal Has Europe Questioning American Resolve on Ukraine Jack Detsch and Robbie Gramer for Foreign Policy.
- The rise of Javier Milei has changed Argentina forever Pablo Touzon for Chatham House
- Ecuador’s Descent Into Chaos Ivan Briscoe and Glaeldys Gonzalez for Foreign Affairs
- Haiti’s Troubled Path to Development Diana Roy and Rocio Cara for Council on Foreign Relations
- Five things that the west doesn’t understand about China’s foreign policy Tom Harper for The Conversation
- Who Killed the Chinese Economy? Michael Pettis, Adam Posen, Zongyuan Zoe Liu for Foreign Affairs.
- Cricket World Cup: How India wields power at the crease Salil Tripathi for Chatham House
- Independent Thinking: Should we talk with the Taliban? Podcast by Chatham House.
- President Biden should not rush a deal on Israel–Saudi normalization Dr Sanam Vakil for Chatham House
- What a Saudi-Israeli Deal Could Mean for the Palestinians Martin Indyk and Zeid Ra’ad Al Hussein for Foreign Affairs.