A roundup of some of the content published today by Brookings.
- The limits of Turkey’s hospitality for Syrian refugees. Kemal Kirişci reviews the tough challenges Turkey faces in dealing with the estimated 900,000 Syrian refugees in camps and urban areas.
- Negotiations on Iranian nuclear enrichment. With negotiations among the P5+1 countries, the EU and Iran set to resume this week, Robert Einhorn argues that Iran must “adopt a more realistic position on the enrichment issue.”
- America is in the midst of an infrastructure crisis, say Robert Puentes and Bruce Katz.
- Seattle’s minimum wage increase. Alan Berube reminds us that although the City of Seattle plans to increase the city’s minimum wage to $15/hour, wages are a function of regional economics, and “the problems of low wages, inequality, and social mobility do not stop at city borders.”
- Arab countries in transition. Hafez Ghanem writes that while democratic transitions in countries like Syria, Libya, Bahrain and Yemen are challenged, “there is still hope for Arab democracy.”
- Longform might be the answer to the “ugly web,” explain Beth Stone and Darrell West.
David G. Victor speaks on Geoengineering at CERAWeek 2019 in Houston, Texas.