Tuesday, June 16, 2020
China, Climate, Digital, EU, Europe, Health, NATO, Nuclear, Privacy, Trade, Russia, Ukraine, US

Featured Article
Think 7 USA 2020: Report of the Think 7 Summit, Woodrow Wilson Center/G7 Research Group, University of Toronto

EuropeAll you need to know about Europe lifting its internal border restrictions, Alexandra Brzozowski, Euractiv
EU/Trade/Health - Trade in Healthcare Products, Concept Paper, DG Trade, European Commission
US - The Retrenchment Syndrome, H.R. McMaster, Foreign Affairs

US - How Hegemony Ends, Alexander Cooley, Daniel H. Nexon, Foreign Affairs
US/Climate - The Need for Climate Smart Foreign Policy, Sarah Ladislaw, Center for Strategic & International Studies
Ukraine - Resilient Ukraine Safeguarding Society from Russian Aggression, Mathieu Boulègue and Orysia Lutsevych, Chatham House
NATONATO Needs a Coherent Approach to Defending its Eastern Flank, Ben Hodges, Janusz Bugajski, Ray Wojcik, and Carsten Schmiedl, War on the Rocks
NATO/Nuclear - "No Way Out" – Nuclear Weapons Remain An Important Factor in International Politics, Michael Rühle, Ethics and Armed Forces
Russia/Nuclear - Russia’s New Rhetorical Deterrence, Marek Menkiszak, RUSI
Russia/Nuclear - Russia’s nuclear deterrence principles: What they imply, and what they do not, Gustav Gressel, ECFR
Russia/China The limits of authoritarian compatibility: Xi’s China and Putin’s Russia, Pavel K. Baev, Brookings Institution
Russia/US - U.S.-Russian Relations in 2030, Richard Sokolsky, Eugene Rumer, Carnegie Endowment
Russia/US/Europe - Attack on the Open Skies Treaty, Wolfgang Richter, SWP
Sweden/Health - A very Swedish sort of failure, Gideon Rachman, Financial Times
Digital/Privacy - Freedom and Accountability: A Transatlantic Framework for Moderating Speech Online, Final Report of the Transatlantic High Level Working Group on Content Moderation Online and Freedom of Expression

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