Here is today’s Foreign Policy brief: U.S. Congress averts shutdown but avoids debt ceiling issue, climate ministers meet in Milan ahead of COP26, and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un offers to reopen hotline with South Korea.

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Here is today’s Foreign Policy brief: U.S. Congress averts shutdown but avoids debt ceiling issue, climate ministers meet in Milan ahead of COP26, and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un offers to reopen hotline with South Korea.

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U.S. Debt Ceiling Battle Threatens the Global Economy

U.S. Congress is likely to prevent a government shutdown today by passing a short-term funding bill, but another major fiscal issue remains unresolved, threatening the health of the global economy in the process.

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