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President Donald Trump’s March 28 Executive Order on Promoting Energy Independence and Economic Growth is
but the latest in a series of rollbacks intended to dismantle the Obama
administration's climate change policies. Read the new commentaries on
how those changes will affect everything from climate mitigation to
arose during the week of negotiations at UN headquarters, where over
130 countries gathered to discuss a nuclear weapons ban. But Tim Wright believes believes a treaty will be reached by July. Catch up on the week of negotiations, and be sure to read Ray Acheson's post on what will be in the ban.
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Highly organized people
may be able to survive a global pandemic, but what about those of us
who are, um, less organized? And if you've been meaning to read Fiona Hill's 500-page profile of Vladimir Putin but haven't gotten to it yet, look no further. While you're at it, read about Michael Bierut, who designed the current Doomsday Clock, as he explains the journey during which his near-perfect Hillary 2016 logo went from panned to praised to past tense.
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