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Wednesday, March 31, 2021
China, Defense, Deterrence, Digital, Europe, EU, France, Germany, Health, Human Rights, Russia, Trade, Turkey, UK, US

Featured
The United States, Europe and China: Different Now, But Changing Again, Chapter 3 of The Transatlantic Economy 2021, Daniel S. Hamilton and Joseph P. Quinlan, Wilson Center/JHU/U.S. Chamber of Commerce/AmCham EU

Must-Reads
Human Rights2020 Country Reports on Human Rights Practices, U.S. Department of State
UK/Digital - Why The Government’s Integrated Defence Review Risks Sounding Like “Cyber-Rattling”, Ciaran Martin, Prospect/forum.eu
Germany/Health - ‘We are a laughing stock’: Covid-19 and Germany’s political malaise, Guy Chazan, Financial Times
Germany/EUGerman court challenge to EU recovery fund could last months, Martin Arnold, Guy Chazan and Sam Fleming, Financial Times
France/Defense - The French armed forces are planning for high-intensity war, The Economist
US/Turkey - Precious No More? A U.S. Strategy for a Lonely Turkey, JINSA Gemunder Center’s Eastern Mediterranean Policy Project
EU - The power surplus, Ignacio Garcia Bercero and Kalypso Nicolaidis, CEPS
EU/TradeEurope and the Prospects for WTO Reform, Jennifer Hillman and Alex Tippett, Council on Foreign Relations
Russia/China/Digital - How Russia and China are attempting to rewrite cyberworld order, David Ignatius, The Washington Post
China/US/EU - A Common Front on China? A View from the United States, Torrey Taussig, Internationale Politik Quarterly
China/US/EU - A Common Front on China? A View from Europe, Kerry Brown, Internationale Politik Quarterly
Europe/Deterrence - Europe’s Evolving Deterrence Discourse, Amelia Morgan and Anna Peczeli, eds., Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory/King's College/SAIC

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