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Israel’s November 2022 Election–A Preview

For the fifth time in four years, 6.8 million Israelis will be eligible to vote in a general election...
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Outlook of the 20th National Congress of the Communist Party of China

From October 16-23, the Communist Party of China (CPC) will complete its once-in-a-decade leadership change...
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When Should MNCs Expect China to Shift Away From “Zero-COVID” Strategy?

While much of the world is easing COVID-19 restrictions despite persistent waves of infections, China remains unwaveringly committed to the “zero-COVID” strategy...
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Eight Rules for Communicating Public Health Risk in a Crisis–From Horsemeat to Covid

By evaluating government communications during threats to public health, we can identify fundamental rules for communicating risk...
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Family Politics and Factions: May’s Elections in the Philippines and Northern Ireland

Two significant elections take place in May 2022 on islands at opposite ends of the Eurasian landmass...
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Ten Ways to Improve Pandemic Communications

Here are 10 recommendations for how we could do a better job of educating the public about the pandemic...
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Five Ways of Influencing the EU Decision Making Processes and Why It Matters

Decoding and navigating the EU system provides the time, opportunities and tools for stakeholders to raise, address and shape the decision-making processes...
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A Race for Second Place? The 2022 French Presidential Election

Emmanuel Macron looks likely to be the first French president to be re-elected since 2002...
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The Quirinal Treaty: Resuming a Strong Franco-Italian Partnership at a Critical Moment 

The Quirinal Treaty aims to settle once and for all the disputes that have undermined the stability of diplomatic relations between Italy and France in recent years (e.g. on industrial issues such as Fincantieri and on migration), paving the way for greater cooperation in key sectors such as digital and ecological transition, defense, culture ad education...
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U.S. Executives Often Make Ransomware Payments, But Maybe Not For Long

Corporate America’s strategy for handling ransomware isn’t tenable for the long-term, as the U.S. government views this as a national security threat..
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