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Wednesday, March 17, 2021
Arctic, Belarus, China, Climate, Democracy, Digital, EU, Finance, Georgia, Health, Russia, Security, Ukraine, UK, US, Venezuela

Must-Reads
Health/Security - Pathogens Have the World’s Attention: The United States Should Lead a New Push Against Bioweapons, Nathan Levine and Chris Li, Foreign Affairs
BelarusWomen Leading the Way: The Democratic Movement in Belarus, Hearing with Sviatlana Tsikhanouskaya, U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Foreign Affairs
Digital/DemocracyDemocracies Under Threat, Heidi Beirich and Wendy Via, Global Project Against Hate and Extremism
USForeign Threats to the 2020 US National Elections, National Intelligence Council
EU/Digital/Finance - The European Union, Cybersecurity, and the Financial Sector: A Primer, Philipp S. Krüger and Jan-Philipp Brauchle, Carnegie
EU/Venezuela - A New Framework for Dealing with Venezuela: From Democracy to Conflict Resolution, Jonas Wolff, Carnegie Europe
Ukraine/Russia - Merge and Rule: What’s In Store for the Donetsk and Luhansk Republics, Konstantin Skorkin, Carnegie Moscow Center
UK - UK's Vision is Confident, But Success is a Long Way Off, Richard G. Whitman, Chatham House
US/China/Climate - Climate Offers a Glimmer of Hope for U.S.-China Cooperation, Melinda Liu, Foreign Policy
US/China - U.S.-Chinese Rivalry Is a Battle Over Values, Hal Brands and Zack Cooper, Foreign Affairs
EU - Why leave the EU, when you can shape it instead? The Economist
Arctic/Climate/SecurityClimate Change, National Security, and the Arctic, Sherri Goodman, Testimony before the United States House of Representatives Committee on Appropriations Subcommittee on Defense
Georgia - A Country on the Verge: The Case for Supporting Georgia, Ian Kelly and David J. Kramer, GMF
EU/Digital - The four pillars of a digital strategy, Maria Demertzis, Bruegel
Security - Poor Relation, Edward Lucas, CEPA
US/EU/Health - Vaccines Can Mend US-EU Ties, Melvyn B. Krauss, Project Syndicate

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