Wednesday, February 17, 2021
Digital, Economy, EU, Europe, Global, Migration, NATO, Security, Technology, UK, US

A transatlantic cure to the pandemic and structural global health shortcomings? Remco van de Pas and Louise van Schaik, Wilson Center/Transatlantic Leadership Network

Global - Opening Up the Order: A More Inclusive International System, Anne-Marie Slaughter and Gordon LaForge, Foreign Affairs
US - Gone But Not Forgotten: Trump’s Long Shadow and the End of American Credibility, Jonathan Kirshner, Foreign Affairs
US - A Superpower, Like It or Not: Why Americans Must Accept Their Global Role, Robert Kagan, Foreign Affairs
US - The Fractured Power: How to Overcome Tribalism, Reuben E. Brigety II, Foreign Affairs
US - Foreign Policy for Pragmatists: How Biden Can Learn From History in Real Time, Gideon Rose, Foreign Affairs
US/Migration - Frequently Requested Statistics on Immigrants and Immigration in the United States, Jeanne Batalova, Mary Hanna, and Christopher Levesque, Migration Policy Institute
US/Economy/Security - America’s Supply Chains Are Foreign Policy Now, Shannon K. O’Neil, Foreign Policy
US/UK - How Joe Biden can help Britain modernise its role in the world, Robert Zoellick, Financial Times
EU/Digital - Regulating big tech: the Digital Markets Act, Julia Anderson and Mario Mariniello, Bruegel
Europe/Digital - Turning Europe’s internet into a ‘walled garden’ is the wrong path to take, Dita Charanzová, Financial Times
Technology - Strengthening international cooperation on artificial intelligence, Joshua P. Meltzer and Cameron F. Kerry, Brookings Institution
NATO - Flexible Security Arrangements and the Future of NATO Partnerships, Sophie Arts and
Steven Keil, German Marshall Fund

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