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Climate change threatens sakura, sushi and sake

Nikkei Asian Review
GDAE visiting scholar David Sussman examines the effects of climate change on Japanese culture, such as the early blooming of cherry blossoms, and urging an increase in climate change awareness and action among Japan’s citizens.

The Afghan Deal May Be Doomed, But Bring The Troops Home Anyway

The American Conservative
Fletcher’s Monica Duffy Toft and postdoctoral scholar Benjamin Denison examine the tenuous peace deal between the United States and the Taliban and “the folly of expecting a durable peace settlement following a U.S. [military] withdrawal.”