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Wednesday, June 30, 2021
Belarus, China, Digital, EU, Europe, France, Germany, Global, Health, Iran, Italy, Russia, UK, Ukraine, US

The Must-Reads will return in September after Labor Day. Enjoy the summer!

Must-Reads
Global/Health - Vaccine competition may now be the world’s best bet, John Kampfner, Chatham House
Iran/Europe - What Iran’s New President Means for Europe, Cornelius Adebahr, Friedrich Ebert Stiftung
France/Germany - In Search of the Next Partner, Claire Demesmay, Internationale Politik Quarterly
Germany - “Germany, We Need to Talk”, Thomas Bagger, Internationale Politik Quarterly
UK/EU - Bridging the Channel: How Europe and the UK can work together in foreign policy, Luigi Scazzieri, Centre for European Reform
US/Russia/Ukraine - Biden-Putin Summit Sparks Political Confrontations Inside Ukraine, Mykola Vorobiov, The Jamestown Foundation
Russia Repression and Autocracy as Russia Heads into State Duma Elections, Sabine Fischer, SWP 
EU/Belarus - Brussels’s Virtue Signaling on Belarus May Prove Counterproductive, Grigory Ioffe, The Jamestown Foundation
Italy - Italy’s Far-Right Is on the Rise, Mattia Ferraresi, Foreign Policy
EU/UK/Digital - Why Brussels went easy on Britain in its data deal, Vincent Manancourt, Politico
EU/US/UK/Health - Learning the Tough Lessons of Vaccine Geopolitics, Dave Keating, Internationale Politik Quarterly
UK - Northern Ireland Is Coming to an End, Susan McKay, New York Times
China - Does China pose a challenge to our liberal democracies? Andrés Ortega, Elcano Royal Institute

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