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Thursday, May 20, 2021
Democracy, Digital, Economy, Energy, EU, Freedom, Germany, Global, Health, Religion, Russia, Spain, US

Must-Reads
Religion/Freedom2020 Report on International Religious Freedom, U.S. Department of State
Germany - A Millennial Considers the New German Problem After 30 Years of Peace, Ulrike Franke, War on the Rocks
Germany/Spain - Berlin’s choice: how Spain triggered a rethink in German European policy, Roderick Parkes and Julian Rappold, DGAP
Germany - If you liked Merkel’s foreign policy, you’ll love Laschet’s, Matthew Karnitschnig, Politico
Digital Mapping commonalities in regulatory approaches to cross-border data transfers, OECD
Digital - Digital technologies as a means of repression and social control, Dorota Glowacka, Richard Youngs, Adela Pintea, and Ewelina Wolosik, European Parliament
Digital/Global - The UN Struggles to Make Progress on Securing Cyberspace, Arindrajit Basu, Irene Poetranto and Justin Lau, Carnegie Endowment
Digital/Economy - Economic Growth in a Digital Economy: The Role of Intellectual Property and Innovation, Kirti Gupta, CSIS
US/Germany/Russia/EnergyNord Stream 2 AG exempted from US sanctions, Agata Łoskot-Strachota, Centre for Eastern Studies OSW
US/Energy - Reshore, Reroute, Rebalance: A U.S. Strategy for Clean Energy Supply Chains, Nikos Tsafos, Lachlan Carey, Jane Nakano and Sarah Ladislaw, CSIS
US/EU/Democracy - Not Just a Summit: Building the Democracy Support Engine Room, Michael Meyer-Resende and Daniel Hegedüs, GMF
EU/Health - Vaccine passports: How the EU can win the next round of covid diplomacy, Joanna Hosa, Tefta Kelmendi and Nicu Popescu, European Council on Foreign Relations

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