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Tuesday, December 8, 2020
China, Defense, Digital, EU, Europe, Health, Human Rights, NATO, Nuclear, Technology, Turkey, UK, US

Must-Reads 
Health
To Stop a Pandemic: A Better Approach to Global Health Security, Jennifer Nuzzo, Foreign Affairs 
EU/US/Digital
‘Schrems II’: What Invalidating the EU-U.S. Privacy Shield Means for Transatlantic Trade and Innovation, Nigel Cory, Daniel Castro, Ellysse Dick, ITIF 
EU/Technology
EU vs Big Tech: Brussels’ bid to weaken the digital gatekeepers, Javier Espinoza, Financial Times 
EU/Turkey
The EU and Turkey: Three Scenarios, Michael Leigh, Euractiv 
EU – 
Why European Strategic Autonomy Matters – Joseph Borrell, European Union External Action Service 
Europe/Defense
Europe Can Defend Itself, Barry R. Posen, Survival 
US
The Reconstruction of America: Justice, Power, and the Civil War’s Unfinished Business, David W. Blight, Foreign Affairs
US/Europe
A New Beginning with President Biden: Five German and European Priorities for the Transatlantic Agenda, Laura von Daniels, Markus Kaim, Ronja Kempin, Kai-Olaf Lang, Marco Overhaus, Johannes Thimm, SWP
US/China
The Trump State Department’s swan song? A strange, flawed China paper, Daniel Baer, Foreign Policy   
Europe/US
Europe reset? William Alan Reinisch, CSIS   
EU
Europe is right to risk a double ‘no deal’, Gideon Rachman, Financial Times   
EU/UK
Britain is heading for a hard Brexit. Voters now prefer none at all, The Economist   
Human Rights/US
How the Biden administration can implement effective human rights initiatives, Russell A. Berman, National Interest   
Human Rights/EU
No European holidays for human rights abusers, David M. Herszenhorn, Politico   
NATO/Russia
A New Path Forward for NATO and Russia, Sergey Rogov, Adam Thomson and Alexander Vershbow, The National Interest 
US/Nuclear
Starting off on the right foot: Biden’s near-term arms control and strategic policy challenge, Frank A. Rose, Brookings 
US/Nuclear
Reviving Nuclear Arms Control Under Biden, Steven Pifer, American Ambassadors Review 

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