Thursday, May 27, 2021
Afghanistan, Africa, Arctic, Belarus, China, Economy, Europe, EU, France, Germany, Greece, Israel, Netherlands, Palestine, Russia, Technology, Turkey, UK, US, Western Balkans

US/Western Balkans - Confronting Stabilocracy in the Western Balkans: A New Approach for U.S. Assistance, Heather A. Conley and Donatienne Ruy, CSIS
US/Afghanistan - Protecting Wider U.S. Interests after a Troop Withdrawal, Annie Pforzheimer, CSIS
UK/Israel/Palestine - UK must stop talking and take action on Israeli-Palestinian conflict, Neil Quilliam, Chatham House
EU/US/Turkey - Role Reversal? EU-U.S. Cooperation on Turkey, Michael Leigh, GMF
EU - Why the EU needs an industrial strategy, Hannes Swoboda, European Council on Foreign Relations
EU/Belarus - After the Pratasevich arrest: Four key steps for the EU on Belarus, Joanna Hosa and Pavel Slunkin, European Council on Foreign Relations
Russia/Arctic - Russia’s presidency of the Arctic Council: Multilateralism à la russe, Witold Rodkiewicz, OSW
EU/Africa/Economy - European and African Leaders Call for a New Deal for Africa, Emmanuel Macron, Paul Kagame, Cyril Ramaphosa and Macky Sall, Project Syndicate
Europe/Germany - Merkel has dealt Europe’s authoritarian leaders a trump card, Philip Stephens, Financial Times

EU/Greece - How Greece became Europe’s unlikely model student, The Economist
EU/France/Germany/Netherlands/Technology - EU is too soft on Big Tech, say France, Germany and the Netherlands, Javier Espinoza, Financial Times
UK - Britain’s Post-Brexit Ambitions Will Be Modest, Not Global, Peter Kellner, Carnegie Europe
Belarus/EU/USThe West Is Failing Belarus, Yasmeen Serhan, The Atlantic
Germany/China - Rethinking German policy towards China, Noah Barkin, Chatham House

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