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Thursday, January 14, 2021
Afghanistan, Arctic, Balkans, China, Digital, Energy, Europe, Intelligence, Russia, Technology, Turkey, UK, US

Featured  
On the Horizon: What to Watch in Europe in 2021, Daniel S. Hamilton, Woodrow Wilson Center 
Power, Order, International Law, and the Future of the Arctic, Nengye Liu, in Kristina Spohr and Daniel S. Hamilton, editors, Jason Moyer, associate editor, The Arctic and World Order, Johns Hopkins SAIS/Brookings Institution Press   

Must-Reads 
US
Joe Biden needs an America-first foreign policy, Philip Stephens, Financial Times 
US/Afghanistan –
The way forward in Afghanistan: How Biden can achieve sustainable peace and US security, James B. Cunningham, Hugo Llorens, Ronald E. Neumann, Richard Olson, and Earl Anthony Wayne, Atlantic Council 
US – 
The Insurrection Hiding in Plain Sight, Renee DiResta and Alex Stamos, Foreign Affairs 
US
This Impeachment Is Different, David A. Graham, The Atlantic   
US/Intelligence
Maintaining the Intelligence Edge: Reimagining and Reinventing Intelligence through Innovation, CSIS Technology and Intelligence Task Force 
Energy
Global Energy Perspective 2021, McKinsey 
Digital
Decoupling: Severed ties and patchwork globalisation, MERICS/European Chamber of Commerce in China 
Digital
Donald Trump shows the US needs a European approach to online regulation, Emily Bell, Financial Times 
Technology – 
Smart Partnerships amid Great Power Competition, Matthew Burrows and Julian Mueller-Kaler, Atlantic Council  
Technology/UK
UK AI Roadmap, AI Council 
Technology/UK
AI in the UK: No Room for Complacency, House of Lords 
Turkey/Balkans – 
Erdogan’s great game: Turkish intrigue in the Balkans, Valerie Hopkins and Laura Pitel, Financial Times 
EU/US/China
Why Europe’s China deal will poison transatlantic relations, Nicholas Vinocur, Politico   
Europe
For Central and Eastern Europe, Strategic Autonomy Isn’t Particularly Strategic, Candace Huntington, CEPA   
Russia
Russia’s Domestic Politics have Become Part of the West’s Russia Policy, Jussi Lassila, Finnish Institute of International Affairs  

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