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Thursday, May 13, 2021
Belarus, China, Counterterrorism, Defense, Digital, EU, Georgia, Iran, NATO, Nuclear, Russia, Turkey, Ukraine, US

Must-Reads
NATO - NATO 2030 – the military dimension, Heinrich Brauss and Christian Mölling, NATO Defense College
Counterterrorism Jihadi radicalization: between the local and the global, Oliver Roy, NATO Defense College
Georgia - Georgia After Karabakh: New Realities Demand New Answers, Grigol Gegelia, Georgian Institute of Politics
EU/DigitalGlobal data transfer uncertainty undermines EU digital ambitions, Luca Bertuzzi, Euractiv
Digital/Defense - Cyberspace Is Neither Just an Intelligence Contest, nor a Domain of Military Conflict; SolarWinds Shows Us Why It’s Both, Erica D. Borghard, Lawfare
China/EU/US - The Impossible Triangle: China, the EU and the US, Theresa Fallon, Observer Research Foundation
China/Russia - The Long Arm of the Strongman: How China and Russia Use Sharp Power to Threaten Democracies, Christopher Walker and Jessica Ludwig, Foreign Affairs
Russia - Myths and misconceptions in the debate on Russia, Chatham House Report 
Russia/Ukraine - EU Says Russia Is Aiming to ‘De Facto Integrate’ E. Ukraine, Alberto Nardelli, Bloomberg
Turkey/Ukraine - West wishes: Turkey’s growing relationship with Ukraine, Asli Aydıntaşbaş and Joanna Hosa, European Council on Foreign Relations
Ukraine/Georgia/NATO - Time to Offer Ukraine and Georgia a Path to NATO Membership, Mark Temnycky, CEPA
Belarus - Going Over the Top in and Around Belarus, Grigory Ioffe, The Jamestown Foundation
EU/Iran/Nuclear - The Transatlantic Dimension of Europe's Nuclear Diplomacy with Iran: 2003–21, Riccardo Alcaro, IAI

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