NATO Declares Outer Space an ‘Operational Domain’
FCC Orders Phone Companies to End Robocalls
Negative Interest Rates Will Not Fix the Global Economy
The US Is Worried About Its Critical Minerals Supply Chains
When U.S. companies build military weapons systems, electric vehicle batteries, satellites and wind turbines, they rely heavily on a few dozen “critical minerals” – many of which are mined and refined almost entirely by other countries. Building a single F-35A fighter jet, for example, requires at least 920 pounds of rare earth elements that come primarily from China.
This matters for young adults entering the job market, who usually have extensive digital footprints across multiple platforms, and extending back many years.
Russia has dissolved academic connections with the West through legislation on so-called “foreign agents” and “undesirable organizations.” The government ramped up scrutiny of foreign funding and outlawed dozens of Western think tanks, charities, and universities that previously had worked in Russia.