Thursday, March 18, 2021
China, Counterterrorism, Eastern Europe, EU, Extremism, Germany, Health, Libya, Netherlands, Technology, US

Netherlands4 Dutch election takeaways, Eline Schaart, Politico
Health - The Pandemic and the Limits of Science, Alan Burdick, New York Times
Health/EUVon der Leyen threatens to block vaccine exports unless EU ‘gets its fair share’, Jakob Hanke Vela, Politico
Health/EUHas the EU Lost Its Mind? Peter Franklin, UnHerd
Health/EUCommission tries to rescue the summer with coronavirus travel certificate, Mari Eccles, Carlo Martuscelli, Hanne Cokelaere and Maia de la Baume, Politico   
EU - Neighbourhood, Development and International Cooperation Instrument – Global Europe: EU ambassadors greenlight final compromise text with a view to an agreement with the EP, European Council
EU/CounterterrorismThe Next Steps for EU Counterterrorism Policy, Raphael Bossong,
EU/China - EU ambassadors OK human rights sanctions on China, Jacopo Barigazzi, Politico
US/China - State Department announces sanctions on Chinese officials over Hong Kong crackdown, Quint Forgey, Politico
US/China - How to Craft a Durable China Strategy, Evan Medeiros, Foreign Affairs
US/Eastern Europe - Recalibrating U.S. Attention in Eastern Europe and the Caucasus, Emil Avdaliani, CEPA
US/Extremism - Domestic Violent Extremism Poses Heightened Threat in 2021, Office of the Director of National Intelligence
US/EU/Technology - What’s Ahead for a Cooperative Regulatory Agenda on Artificial Intelligence? Meredith Broadbent, CSIS
US/Libya - The Libya Allergy, Colum Lynch, Foreign Policy
Germany/US/China - Germany Between a Rock and a Hard Place in China-US Competition, Markus Jaeger, DGAP

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