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17 abril, 2021
por Felipe Sahagún
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US new strategy towards China

US Senate Committee on Foreign Relations Chairman Bob Menéndez

CHAIRMAN MENENDEZ ANNOUNCES BIPARTISAN COMPREHENSIVE CHINA LEGISLATION

Jersey City, N.J. – Senate Foreign Relations Committee Chairman Bob Menendez (D-N.J.) today announced a bipartisan agreement on a new comprehensive China legislation for the Senate Foreign Relations Committee to take up in the coming days. Entitled the Strategic Competition Act of 2021, the new legislation was negotiated with Committee Ranking Member Jim Risch (R-Idaho) and represents the first major proposal to bring Democrats and Republicans together in laying out a strategic approach towards Beijing – and assuring that the United States is positioned to compete with China across all dimensions of national and international power for decades to come.  In unveiling the legislation, Menendez also announced he is convening a legislative business meeting on April 14th for the Senate Foreign Relations Committee to take up and vote on the measure. Continuar leyendo →

16 abril, 2021
por Felipe Sahagún
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The US and the World (Foreign Policy 50th Anniversary Edition)

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America and the World: How to Build Back Better.

Looking back on 50 years of U.S. foreign policy and the lessons they hold for Washington today.

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To mark the occasion of Foreign Policy’50th birthday, FP’s Jonathan Tepperman sat down recently with Fareed Zakaria—the author, CNN host, and one of today’s leading thinkers on international affairs—to discuss the moment of the magazine’s creation, the many similarities between then and now, what the last 50 years have taught us about U.S. strategy, and where the country should go from here. The following conversation has been edited for clarity and concision. Continuar leyendo →

14 abril, 2021
por Felipe Sahagún
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2021 Annual Threat Assessment of the US Intelligence Community

This annual report of worldwide threats to the national security of the United States responds to Section 617 of the FY21 Intelligence Authorization Act (P.L. 116-260).

This report reflects the collective insights of the Intelligence Community (IC), which is committed every day to providing the nuanced, independent, and unvarnished intelligence that policymakers, warfighters, and domestic law enforcement personnel need to protect American lives and America’s interests anywhere in the world.

This assessment focuses on the most direct, serious threats to the United States during the next year.

The order of the topics presented in this assessment does not necessarily indicate their relative importance or the magnitude of the threats in the view of the IC. All require a robust intelligence response, including those where a near-term focus may help head off greater threats in the future, such as climate change and environmental degradation. As required by the law, this report will be provided to the congressional intelligence committees as well as the committees on the Armed Services of the House of Representatives and the Senate.

Information available as of 9 April 2021 was used in the preparation of this assessment.

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14 abril, 2021
por Felipe Sahagún
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La imagen de España (Europa en suma)

La imagen de España ¿Es lo que parece?

Categoría: Noticias Autor: Ricardo Curtis

Para la opinión pública internacional, España es un país simpático y nada conflictivo, con gente agradable que disfruta de la vida en un bello entorno donde se puede disfrutar de experiencias atractivas de ocio, cultura, gastronomía y entretenimiento. Por eso nuestro país figura en los primeros puestos de países mejor valorados, por delante de sus más importantes socios europeos. Eso es lo que se concluye de los estudios de opinión que maneja el Real Instituto Elcano, según expuso su investigador principal, Ignacio Molina, en la tertulia de Europa en Suma sobre “La imagen de España ¿Es lo que parece?” celebrada online el jueves 8 de abril.

Previamente, el investigador recalcó la importancia de distinguir entre opinión pública general y la visión de las élites políticas o intelectuales. Mientras analistas y periodistas tienen la percepción de que la imagen de los países cambia a la par que los acontecimientos, para la ciudadanía en general la imagen de un país es muy difícil de cambiar porque está muy asentada a lo largo del tiempo. Por ello —aclaró Molina— en los estudios del Real Instituto Elcano “no preguntamos a élites, no tenemos un panel de élites“.

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13 abril, 2021
por Felipe Sahagún
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Challenges and opportunities for Spain in times of Covid-19 (William Chislett)

 
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@WilliamChislet3’s paper for@rielcano on the challenges and opportunities facing Spain in times of COVID-19 and whether the recovery funds will be used wisely. Thanks @AlmuniaJoaquin and @EmilioLamo for your comments. @InstCervantes
 
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