Tuesday, April 6, 2021
Bulgaria, China, Corruption, Digital, Economy, Europe, EU, Georgia, Global, Health, Russia, Security, Technology, Turkey, UK, US

U.S. Commerce and Europe: A Country-By-Country Comparison, Daniel S. Hamilton and Joseph P. Quinlan, Wilson Center/JHU/U.S. Chamber of Commerce/AmCham EU
Health - The World Needs a Post-Pandemic Health Treaty With Teeth, Lawrence O. Gostin, Eric A. Friedman and Lauren Dueck, Foreign Policy
Economy/Health - Economic Policy for a Pandemic Age, Monica de Bolle, Maurice Obstfeld and Adam S. Posen, PIIE
UK - Seven Charts Show How Brexit Has Already Changed the City of London, Silla Brush, Bloomberg 
UK/US - Britain brokers labor pacts with US states as it waits on trade deal, Graham Lanktree, Politico
US/Russia - U.S.-Russian Relations Will Only Get Worse: Even Good Diplomacy Can’t Smooth a Clash of Interests, James Goldgeier, Foreign Affairs
Russia - War Scare Is Putin’s Natural Element, Pavel K. Baev, The Jamestown Foundation
EU - Against a European Civilization: Narratives About the European Union, Rosa Balfour, Carnegie
EU/Digital - On new regulation of Europe's Digital Markets, Hosuk Lee-Makiyama, Wilson Center
EU/Corruption - A wicked problem: How to cooperate with collusive states? Roderick Parkes and Mark McQuay, EUISS
EU/Global - Built to order: How Europe can rebuild multilateralism after covid-19, Anthony Dworkin, European Council on Foreign Relations
China/Technology/Security - China as a ‘cyber great power’: Beijing’s two voices in telecommunications, Rush Doshi, Emily de La Bruyère, Nathan Picarsic and John Ferguson, Brookings
Bulgaria - Bulgaria’s Election: The EU’s Negligence of Corruption and Its Values, Judy Dempsey, Carnegie Europe
Turkey - Turkey: A Problem Partner? Hellenic Foundation for European & Foreign Policy ELIAMEP
Georgia/Europe - Georgia’s Unfinished Search for Its Place in Europe, Nino Lejava, Carnegie Europe

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