Tuesday, January 5, 2021
Africa, Arctic, Baltics, Bosnia and Herzegovina, China, Climate, Defense, Eastern Europe, EU, Eurasia, Europe, Germany, Global, Health, Russia, Technology, US

Featured Study  
Russia and the Development of Arctic Energy Resources in the Context of Domestic Policy and International Markets, Arild Moe, in Kristina Spohr and Daniel S. Hamilton, editors, Jason Moyer, associate editor, The Arctic and World Order, Johns Hopkins SAIS/Brookings Institution Press   
Health/US/Europe – 
Coronavirus Exposed that America Lacks Resilience, Andrew Michta, The National Interest, Andrew Michta, The National Interest
How Europe can work with Africa amid the global scramble for vaccines, Theodore Murphy, European Council on Foreign Relations 
COVID-19 Could Undo Decades of Women’s Progress, Jamille Bigio, Kweilin Ellingrud, Mekala Keishnan, Anu Madgavkar, and Rachel Vogelstein, Foreign Affairs  
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Old tensions still alive in Bosnia 25 years after Dayton, Valerie Hopkins, Financial Times   
The great Brexit heist, Nick Witney, European Council on Foreign Relations  
Germany/Defense – 
Why Germany’s Soldiers Are Denied Armed Drones, Judy Dempsey, Carnegie Europe 
What Merkel Really Thinks About China – and the World, Noah Barkin, Foreign Policy  
EU/China – 
The Strategic Implications of the China-EU Investment Deal, Theresa Fallon, The Diplomat  
EU/China – 
Furor Over Europe’s Investment Agreement with China is Overblown, Julia Friedlander, National Interest 
Dealing with China on high-tech issues: Views from the US, EU and like-minded countries in a changing geopolitical landscape, Brigitte Dekker and Maaike Okano-Heijmans (eds.), Clingendael 
Russia/US – 
The Meddlers: Moscow’s and Washington’s Covert Campaigns, Angela Stent, Foreign Affairs    
Climate ambivalence: Russia’s climate change policy, Szymon Kardaś, Centre for Eastern Studies (OSW)   
Baltics/Russia – 
Why the Baltics Behave as They Do Toward Russia, Kadri Liik, Carnegie Moscow 
Baltics/Russia – 
Respect Thy Neighbor: Russia and the Baltic Region, Dmitri Trenin, Carnegie Moscow 
Baltics/Russia – 
Building Trust Between Russia and the Baltic Sea Region, Per Carlsen, Carnegie Moscow 
Eastern Europe/Eurasia
Moscow’s Waning Influence Creates a Security Vacuum in the Post-Soviet space, Stephan Meister, Wilson Center 

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