Copy

Wednesday, October 21, 2020
China, Central Europe, Digital, Economy, EU, Europe, Global, Global Economy, Health, NATO, Nuclear, Security, Technology, US

Must-Reads  
Health
Preventing the Next Zoonotic Pandemic, Vanda Felbab-Brown, Brookings  
Global Economy –
Rebuilding the Global Economy, Peterson Institute for International Economics   
US
Think Beyond the Beltway: Bring Mayors and Governors to the Foreign Policy Table, Scott Bade and Anka Lee, Just Security 
US/Global – 
The New World Order that Donald Trump Revealed, Tom McTague and Peter Nicholas, The Atlantic  
US/Digital
U.S. Accuses Google of Illegally Protecting Monopoly, David McCabe, Cecilia Kang and Daisuke Wakabayashi, New York Times 
US/Technology
National Strategy for Critical and Emerging Technologies, The White House 
US/Technology
Interim Report and Third Quarter Recommendations, National Security Commission on Artificial Intelligence
EU/Digital/Security
ENISA 2020 Threat Landscape, European Union Agency for Cybersecurity 
Germany
What New World Order? The Case for a Stronger Germany, Michael Stürmer, WorldCrunch 
NATO/Nuclear
Creating an Opportunity to Withdraw U.S. Nuclear Weapons From Europe, Pia Fuhrhop, Ulrich Kühn and Oliver Meier, Arms Control Association   
US/Europe/China – 
Charting a Transatlantic Course to Address China, Julie Smith, Andrea Kendall-Taylor, Carisa Nietsche and Ellison Laskowski, CNAS/GMF  
US/Central Europe
The United States and Central Europe: A Road Map for A Democratic Post-Pandemic Agenda, Daniel Fried, Jakub Wiśniewski, Denise Forsthuber and Alena Kudzko, Atlantic Council   
Europe/Economy
Europe Is on Track to Repeat Its Fiscal Policy Mistakes, Shahin Vallée, DGAP   
Europe
Defending Europe’s Economic Sovereignty: New Ways to Resist Economic Coercion, Jonathan Hackenbroich, Janka Oertel, Philipp Sander and Pawel Zerka, European Council on Foreign Relations   

Sign-up for the Must-Reads here
Twitter
Twitter
Website
Website






This email was sent to <<Email Address>>
why did I get this?    unsubscribe from this list    update subscription preferences
Foreign Policy Institute · 1717 Massachusetts Ave. NW · Suite 867 · Washington, DC 20036 · USA