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Thursday, September 16, 2021
Afghanistan, Australia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Connectivity, Digital, EU, France, Germany, Global, Poland, Technology, UK, US

Must-Reads
Global - The Center Cannot Hold, Thomas Wright, Foreign Affairs
US - America’s Pandemic Travel Bans No Longer Make Sense, Edward Alden, Foreign Policy
US - Securing American Democracy, Larry Diamond, American Purpose
US - Restraint and Values in American Strategy, Daniel Fried, Just Security
US/Afghanistan - Why Biden’s Afghanistan Critics are Dangerously Wrong, Chris Murphy, Crooked
US/UK/Australia/France - America’s New Anti-China Alliance, Tom McTague, The Atlantic
UKRebooting Johnsonism: Boris Johnson has stamped his authority on his cabinet, The Economist
EU/Technology - EU proposes new law to speed up in global chips race, Laurens Cerulus, Politico
EU/Connectivity - EU launches ‘Global Gateway’ to counter China’s Belt and Road, Stuart Lau and Hanne Cokelaere, Politico
EU/US/DigitalImplications of the Digital Markets Act for Transatlantic Cooperation, Meredith Broadbent, CSIS
GermanyGermany Has Three Chancellor Candidates but No Answers, Peter Kuras, Foreign Policy
Germany/France/Poland - Dusting Off the ‘Weimar Triangle,’ Clause Leggewie, International Politics and Society
Bosnia and Herzegovina - EUFOR/NATO HQ Mandate in Jeopardy, Kurt Basseuner, Valery Perry, Toby Vogel, Bodo Weber, Democratization Policy Council
  

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Wednesday, September 15, 2021
Afghanistan, Africa, Economy, EU, Europe, France, Global, Iran, Israel, Middle East, Russia, Trade, Turkey, Ukraine, US
Must-Reads
Global - Emerging middle powers and the liberal international order, Umut Aydin, International Affairs
Europe/Afghanistan - Autonomous in Afghanistan: How the Europeans could have stayed after US withdrawal, Mary Kaldor, ECFR
Africa - Africa: Escaping 9/11’s Long Shadow, Comfort Ero and Murithi Mutiga, International Crisis Group
EU - 2021 State of the Union Speech by President von der Leyen, European Commission
EU - Von der Leyen finds EU’s soul – and its weakness – in State of the Union address, David M. Herszenhorn, Politico
France/Global - Major Future Economic Challenges, Olivier Blanchard, Jean Tirole et al., Government of France
Germany/Economy - Germany's competitiveness is stagnating: After 16 years of Merkel, an economic assessment, Florian Seliger and Anja Lemcke, Neue Zürcher Zeitung
Trade - US and European strategies for resilient supply chains: Balancing globalization and sovereignty, Marianne Schneider-Petsinger, Chatham House
Trade - Making Supply Chains More Resilient, Dalia Marin, Project Syndicate
US - Newsom beats California recall, Jeremy B. White and Alexander Nieves, Politico
US - Misplaced restraint: the Quincy coalition versus liberal internationalism, Daniel Deudney and G. John Ikenberry, Survival
US/Ukraine - Something for something: Biden, Zelensky, and America’s pre-eminence in Ukraine, Gustav Gressel, ECFR
Turkey - How Syria Changed Turkey’s Foreign Policy, Francesco Siccardi, Carnegie Europe
Russia - Russia and the Technological Race in an Era of Great Power Competition, Dominik Janokwski, CSIS
Israel/Iran - Israel Can Live With a New Iran Nuclear Deal, Defense Minister Says, Neri Zilber, Foreign Policy
Middle East - Neither Russia nor China Could Fill a U.S. Void in the Middle East: Nor would they desire to, Jon Hoffman, Foreign Policy
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