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Friday, October 15, 2021
Asia, Climate, Economy, EU, Finance, Germany, Health, Kosovo, Middle East, Moldova, NATO, Russia, Security, Trade, UK, US

Must-Reads

Health - No More Pandemic Have-Nots, Mark Malloch-Brown, Raj Shah and Darren Walker, Project Syndicate
Climate/Finance/US -
A Roadmap to Build A Climate-Resilient Economy, The White House
Climate/Economy/EU -
Who’s Afraid of the EU’s Carbon Border Adjustment Plan? David Kleinmann and William C. Eacho, The Hill
Trade/US -
Ambassador Katherine Tai's Remarks As Prepared for Delivery on the World Trade Organization, Office of the United States Trade Representative
Security -
The Defender's Dilemma: Identifying and Deterring Gray-Zone Aggression, Elisabeth Braw, American Enterprise Institute
Security/Europe -
Europe’s Strategic Autonomy Fallacy, Stefano Graziosi and James Jay Carafano, Heritage Foundation
NATO/Europe -
Warfare and Geopolitics in Europe’s Southern Neighbourhood: Implications for NATO, Camilla Vianini and Chloe Berger, Istituto Affari Internazionale
EU -
The law as a tool for EU integration could be ending, Stefan Auer, Pepijn Bergsen and Hans Kundnani, Chatham House
EU/UK -
Boris Johnson doesn’t know if he wants a fight or a deal, Mujtaba Rahman, Politico
EU/Moldova -
Deepening EU-Moldovan Relations, Michael Emerson et al., eds, CEPS
EU/Germany/Russia -
What Next for Nord Stream Two? The Legal Battle in Europe Begins, Margarita Assenova, Jamestown Foundation
Germany/Russia -
Germany’s Next Russia Policy, Dmitri Stratievski, Riddle
Asia/Middle East -
China, Asia, and the Changing Strategic Importance of the Gulf and MENA Region, Anthony H. Cordesman, CSIS
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