Tuesday, February 11, 2020
African Union, Arctic,  Belarus, China, Digital, EU, Germany, Global,
Intelligence, Middle East, Nuclear, Russia, US

Must Reads
US/Germany/Intelligence´The intelligence coup of the century`, Greg Miller, Washington Post
US/Intelligence - National Counterintelligence Strategy of the United States of America, 2020-2022, National Counterintelligence and Security Center
USDo the Democrats Have a Foreign Policy? Jessica T. Mathews, New York Review of Books
US/GlobalWhy America Shouldn´t Dominate the World, Stephen Wertheim, Foreign Affairs

US/GlobalWhy America Can´t Withdraw from the World, Thomas Wright, Foreign Affairs
NuclearTowards Accountable Nuclear Deterrents: How Much Is Too Much? George Perkovich, Carnegie Endowmwent
Germany - A Dark Day for Democracy: The Political Earthquake That Shook Germany, Der Spiegel
US/EU/Middle EastThe EU’s response to Trump’s peace plan has been pitiful – it is time for the bloc to speak up, Beth Oppenheim, Centre for European Reform
EUThe Failure of Europe´s Feeble Muscle Flexing, Anna Sauerbrey, New York Times
EU/China - Europe Needs a China Strategy; Brussels Needs To Shape It, Julianne Smith and Torrey Taussig, Lawfare
Europe/China - Europe Must Recognize China for What It Is, George Soros, Project Syndicate
EU/African Union - It’s Africa’s Turn to Leave the European Union, Brian Stout, Foreign Policy
DigitalDigital Authoritarianism: Finding Our Way Out of the Darkness, Naazneen Barma, Brent Durbin, and Andrea Kendall-Taylor, War on the Rocks
Digital - Protecting privacy in an AI-driven world, Cameron F. Kerry, Brookings Institution
EnergyGlobal CO2 Emissions in 2019, IEA
Russia/Belarus - Oatmeal and Water: The Thinning Belarus-Russia Relationship, Artyom Shraibman, Carnegie Moscow Center
Russia - Unconsolidated: The Five Russian Elites Shaping Putin’s Transition, Tatiana Stanovaya, Carnegie Moscow Center
Russia/Arctic - Moscow Plays Hard Ball in the High North, Pavel K. Baev, The Jamestown Foundation

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