Heine Comments on Lula’s Presidential Win & Brazil’s Relations with China
“The US-China trade spat, and the mutual tariffs it has led to on bilateral trade have been highly beneficial to Brazil, which has considerably increased its agricultural exports to China.”
Heine Publishes Op-Ed on Argentina’s Prospective BRICS Membership
“There is thus little doubt that Argentina would bring much to the table if it joins the BRICS, while benefitting from the additional diplomatic heft and leverage it would gain by joining this by now well-established club of rising powers — in many ways the fresh face of the Global South in the new century.”
GDP Center Hosts Premier Fall 2022 Human Capital Initiative Seminar
In discussing his research on COVID-19 misinformation in South Africa, Dr. Kevin Croke explains that while participants were able to improve their fact-checking skills, few were interested in independently fact-checking new sources.
Heine Publishes Article on the Late Archbishop Desmond Tutu
Ambassador Heine recounts his own experience meeting Tutu, discusses Tutu’s anti-apartheid work, and details the lessons that can be gleaned from his life.
Miller Comments on BRICS and Impact of International Institutions
“If U.S. President Joe Biden wants the United States to lead the liberal international order again and stymie China’s rise, he would do well to remember that international order is not a monolithic entity but comprises different groupings of power that jockey for influence.”
Karra Presents Poster, Research at SPH Workshop
Prof. Mahesh Karra presented a poster assessing the impact of birth spacing on child growth trajectories at a recent School of Public Health workshop.