Thursday, March 11, 2021
Australia, China, Climate, Counterterrorism, Digital, EU, Finance, Georgia, Health, India, Iran, Japan, Netherlands, Russia, UK, US

Health/US - US vaccine rollout must solve challenges of equity and hesitancy, David Wilcox, PIIE

Health/EU - E.U. Exports Millions of Covid Vaccine Doses Despite Supply Crunch at Home, Matina Stevis-Gridneff, The New York Times
US/Australia/India/Japan - How Biden Can Make the Quad Endure, Evan A. Feigenbaum and James Schwemlein, Carnegie
UK/EU/US - New Opportunities for Britain Come with Health Warnings, John Sawers, Chatham House
EU/ChinaEU-China Relations: Towards a Fair and Reciprocal Partnership, EPP Group in the European Parliament
EU/Russia/Counterterrorism - Blurry Counterterrorism: A Chance for Russia, A Risk for Europe, Miriam Heiß, DGAP
EU/Digital - How Europe’s Intelligence Services Aim to Avoid the EU’s Highest Court—and What It Means for the United States, Theodore Christakis, Kenneth Propp, Lawfare
EU/Digital - Why Europe’s Digital Decade Matters, Margrethe Vestager and Josep Borrell, Project Syndicate
Georgia - Georgia: trapped in a spiral of escalation, Stefan Meister, Heinrich Böll Foundation
Georgia - Georgia’s Fading EU Mirage, Nicholas Lokker, CEPA
Climate - The Negative Part of Net Zero, Noah J. Gordon, Internationale Politik Quarterly
US/EU/Iran - Impasse Over Iran Nuclear Talks Sets Off International Scramble to Save Accord, Lara Jakes, The New York Times
Netherlands/UK/Finance - Amsterdam: Europe’s surprise early winner as Brexit shakes up the City, Philip Stafford, Mehreen Khan and David Keohane, Financial Times
RussiaThe brutal third act of Vladimir Putin, Henry Foy, Financial Times

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