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Wednesday, April 7, 2021
Asia, Australia, China, Climate, Defense, Economy, Energy, EU, Germany, Greece, Human Rights, India, Japan, Migration, Montenegro, NATO, Russia, Security, Technology, Trade, Turkey, Ukraine, US

Featured
No Exit from Brexit, Daniel S. Hamilton and Joseph P. Quinlan, Wilson Center
 
Must-Reads
Human Rights - The State of the World’s Human Rights, Amnesty International Annual Report 2020/2021
US/EU/Economy Transatlantic economic relations under the Biden administration, Peter Rashish, European Policy Centre
Germany/Migration - Welcome to Germany, Thomas Rogers, New York Review of Books
EUEurope’s quiet crisis, R. Daniel Keleman, Encompass
NATO - Origins, Progress, and Unfinished Business: NATO’s Protection of Civilians Policy, Katie Dock, Victoria K. Holt and Marla Keenan, Stimson
EU/Turkey/Greece - Revisiting and going beyond the EU-Turkey migration agreement of 2016: an opportunity for Greece to overcome being just “Europe’s aspis”, Kemal Kirişci, Brookings
US/Ukraine - Biden Administration Support for Ukraine Is Strong but Is There a Partner in Kyiv? Jonathan D. Katz and Olena Prokopenko, GMF
US/Security - Overlooking the Policy Connections: Fragility, Democracy, and Geopolitical Competition, Frances Z. Brown, Just Security
Russia/Climate - Russia Is Ignoring Climate Change at Its Own Peril, Ekaterina Moore, Carnegie Moscow Center
US/India/Australia/Japan/Russia/China - The Return of the Quad: Will Russia and China Form Their Own Bloc? Heather A. Conley, Michael J. Green, Cyrus Newlin and Nicholas Szechenyi, CSIS
EU/Energy - From coal to low carbon, Irina Kustova, Christian Egenhofer, Jorge Núñez Ferrer and Julian Popov, CEPS
Asia/Trade - New Trade Agreements in Asia, Hanns Günther Hilpert, SWP
China/US - China’s strengths shouldn’t blind us to its weaknesses, Harlan Ullman, Atlantic Council
Russia/Montenegro/NATO - Russian Influence in Montenegro Could Create a Threat for NATO’s Information Security, Kseniya Kirillova, The Jamestown Foundation
Technology/Defense - The Perils of Overhyping Artificial Intelligence, Julia Ciocca, Michael C. Horowitz and Lauren Kahn, Foreign Affairs
EU - European sovereignty has lost its biggest champion, Mujtaba Rahman, Politico
Economy - Janet Yellen calls for a global minimum tax on companies. Could it happen? The Economist

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