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Monday, June 14, 2021
Afghanistan, China, Digital, EU, France, Germany, G7, NATO, Resilience, Russia, Technology, Trade, US, Western Balkans

Featured
EU/China - CAI is DOA, Daniel S. Hamilton, Asia Europe Journal

Must-Reads
NATO - Brussels Summit Communique
G7 - Carbis Bay G7 Summit Communique: Our Shared Agenda for Global Action to Build Back Better
G7 - 5 takeaways from Britain’s G7 summit, David M. Herszenhorn, Politico
G7/China - World leaders grapple with how tough to be on China, Anita Kumar, Stuart Lau, and David M. Herszenhorn, Politico
G7/Resilience - Key Policy Recommendations, G7 Economic Resilience Panel
NATO - Nato's biggest enemy hides within, Jonathan Holslag, EU Observer
NATO - Next Steps in NATO Deterrence and Resilience, Steven Keil, Heinrich Brauss and Elisabeth Braw, GMF
NATO/Technology - Innovation as Adaptation: NATO and Emerging Technologies, Simona R. Soare, GMF
US/EU Harnessing the new momentum in transatlantic relations Potential areas for common action during the Biden presidency, Tania Latici, et al., European Parliamentary Research Service
US/EU/TradeBiden Should Think Big on the U.S.-EU Trade Agenda, Peter S. Rashish, World Politics Review
US/Russia - How Biden Can Go Bold With Putin, Wesley K. Clark, Washington Monthly
Digital - Russia, U.S. and other countries reach new agreement against cyber hacking, even as attacks continue, Ellen Nakashima and Joseph Marks, Washington Post
France - The anger of provincial France makes Macron vulnerable, Brigitte Granville, Financial Times
Afghanistan - We Cannot Afford to Turn Our Backs on Afghanistan, Robert M. Gates, New York Times
Germany - Bundestag adopts supply chain law tackling human rights abuses, Oliver Noyan, Euractiv
Western Balkans - Biden’s Balkan Test Has Arrived, Edward P. Joseph, Foreign Policy

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