Carnegie This Week 4/28/22

 

Plus Russia’s new normal and China’s economic outlook
Carnegie This Week
With Russia unable to act as a key mediator, the countries are looking elsewhere for help.
ALEXA FULTS AND PAUL STRONSKI
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U.S.-India Ties After the ‘2+2’ Summit
  RUSSIA
 
How “I Am Not Ashamed” T-Shirts Have Become a Symbol for Russia’s New Normal
Moscow’s new “Generation Z.” For the young disciples of Z, the symbol of Russia’s war, a permanent state of war and denouncing their neighbors will be entirely routine.
ANDREI KOLESNIKOV
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  CHINA
 
The Only Five Paths China’s Economy Can Follow
Beijing’s development model can’t hold up. China’s overreliance on surging debt has made the country’s growth unsustainable.
MICHAEL PETTIS
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  INDONESIA
 
Why Indonesia’s Palm Oil Export Ban Could Backfire
Indonesia’s palm oil export ban may backfire. It could force food prices even higher, leading to a summer of discontent.
TRINH NGUYEN
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  FRANCE
 
Macron 2.0 and Europe: A Bumpy Ride Ahead
Macron has a bumpy ride ahead. He will need to define his own vision of France’s—and Europe’s—future.
PIERRE VIMONT
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