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Tuesday, January 12, 2021
Arctic, Belarus, EU, Indo-Pacific, NATO, Technology, Trade, Turkey, UK, US

Featured Study 
Constant and Changing Components of the Arctic Regime, Alexander N. Vylegzhanin, in Kristina Spohr and Daniel S. Hamilton, editors, Jason Moyer, associate editor, The Arctic and World Order, Johns Hopkins SAIS/Brookings Institution Press   

Must-Reads 
US
Yes, It Was a ‘coup.’ Here’s Why, Fiona Hill, Politico 
US
America’s Authoritarian Adversaries Seize the Moment, Jimmy Quinn, National Review 
US
The Day the internet Came for Them, Nina Jankowicz, Foreign Affairs  
US
Trump Team Makes Last-Minute Moves to Box In Biden on Foreign Policy, Robbie Gramer and Jack Detsch, Foreign Policy  
US/NATO
The Biden Transition and Reshaping U.S. Strategy: Replacing “Burden Sharing” with Meaningful Force Planning, Anthony H. Cordesman with the assistance of Grace Hwang, CSIS  
UK/Indo-Pacific – 
‘Global Britain’: The UK in the Indo-Pacific, Anisa Heritage and Pak K. Lee, The Diplomat 
EU
The EU’s enlargement agenda is no longer fit for purpose, Erwan Fouéré, CEPS  
EU/UK/Trade
The double irony of the new UK-EU trade relationship, André Sapir, Bruegel  
Technology
CRISPR and the Slice to Survive, Elizabeth Kolbert, The New Yorker  
Technology/EU/US – 
EU hopes for 'tech alliance' with Biden after Trump Huawei 5G ban, Giannis Seferiadis, Rhyannon Bartlett-Imadegawa, Nikkei Asia 
Turkey
Erdogan’s great game: Soldiers, spies and Turkey’s quest for power, Laura Pitel, Financial Times 
Belarus
Has Lukashenko Won? Slawomir Sierakowski, Project Syndicate 

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