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Wednesday, March 10, 2021
Baltics, Belarus, China, Corruption, Digital, Economy, EU, Nordics, Scotland, Trade, UK, US

Must-Reads
US Trump’s Insurrection and America’s Year of Living Dangerously, Steven Simon, Survival
US - Interim National Security Strategic Guidance, The White House
US - Biden’s Interim National Security Guidance Is a Good, If Small, First Step, Gregory D. Foster, Defense One
US/EU/China - Transatlantic Tensions and the EU-China Comprehensive Agreement, Scott A.W. Brown, Political Studies Association
EU/China - EU-China investment accord fails to resolve subsidy disputes, Gary Clyde Hufbauer, PIIE
EU/US/Trade - Beyond trade war in Washington: The United States and our less global future, Lauri Tähtinen, FIIA
EU - The Time for EU’s Common Foreign Policy Is Now, Rosa Balfour and Pierre Vimont, Carnegie Europe 
EU - The European Union and the multilateral system: Lessons from past experience and future challenges, David O’Sullivan, European Parliamentary Research Service
EU - The EU’s Risk-Averse Nature, David Hutt, Internationale Politik Quarterly  
Digital - Securing the Subsea Network: A Primer for Policymakers, Jonathan E. Hillman, CSIS
Digital/EU - 2030 Digital Compass: the European way for the Digital Decade, European Commission
Belarus/Baltic/Nordics - Baltic and Nordic Responses to the 2020 Post-Election Crisis in Belarus, Andris Sprūds, Māris Andžāns, Evija Djatkoviča, eds., Latvian Institute of International Affairs
Economy Supply chains and trade flows volatility in the face of global shocks, Mariarosaria Comunale, Justas Dainauskas, Povilas Lastauskas, VoxEU/CEPR
UK/Corruption - The UK’s new corruption sanctions regime – Can it help end the UK’s role as a global money laundering centre and what role will journalists play? Susan Hawley, Foreign Policy Centre
Scotland/US - Scottish Independence Is a Security Problem for the United States, Azeem Ibrahim, Foreign Policy

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