For the first time in almost thirty years, South Korea quietly recorded a trade deficit with China in the May of 2022. The underlying drivers behind this downturn cannot be solely attributed to the exceptional circumstances of pandemic and war as many have done.
The world cannot address collective challenges if low-income countries are left behind and their economic ambitions are not realized. Yet, current energy and development policies do not always reflect these hurdles.
July 8, 2022
| Gabrielle Athanasia From Perspectives on Innovation SBIR today is one of the most emulated and extensively studied government R&D programs in the world. Below, we look at the history and features of this program and why the future of SBIR in the U.S. is in doubt.
April 29 marked one year since Indonesia’s coordinating minister for political, legal, and security affairs Mahfud MD announced that “organizations and people in Papua who commit mass violence are categorized as terrorists.”