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Wednesday, October 13, 2021
Afghanistan, China, Corruption, Development, Digital, Economy, EU, France, Health, Middle East, Poland, Russia, Technology, US

Must-Reads

Economy - World Economic Outlook: Recovery During a Pandemic, International Monetary Fund
Health/Development -
The COVID Charter: A New Development Model for a World in Crisis, Rajiv J. Shah, Foreign Affairs
Technology -
State of AI Report, Nathan Benaich and Ian Hogarth, stateof.ai
Technology -
Beyond I, Robot: Ethics, Artificial Intelligence, and the Digital Age, Meredith Broussard before the Task Force on Artificial Intelligence of the Committee on Financial Services, U.S. House of Representatives
Technology -
Beyond I, Robot: Ethics, Artificial Intelligence, and the Digital Age, Meg King before the Task Force on Artificial Intelligence of the Committee on Financial Services, U.S. House of Representatives
Digital/US/Russia -
US-Russian Cyber Stability Needs ‘Drunken Party’ Approach: Limits, Deterrence and Communication, Joseph S. Nye, Russia Matters
Corruption -
Why the West has itself to blame for Russian corruption, Toomas Hendrik Ilves, Washington Post
China/Russia -
China-Russia Cooperation: Determining Factors, Future Trajectories, Implications for the United States, Andrew Radin et al., RAND
France -
Macron’s €30B end-of-term bet to make France great again, Giorgio Leali, Politico
Afghanistan -
It’s Not Too Late to Save America’s Afghan Allies, Kelley Currie, Foreign Policy
US/Middle East -
Order Before Peace: Kissinger’s Middle East Diplomacy and Its Lessons for Today, Martin Indyk, Foreign Affairs
US/EU
Gen Z and Changing Transatlantic Foreign Policy Perceptions, Gesine Weber, German Marshall Fund
Poland
Quixotic Poland Seeks to Reshape the EU, Mitchell Orenstein, CEPA
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