Wednesday, March 24, 2021
China, Deterrence, Digital, Energy, EU, Global, NATO, Russia, UK, US, Western Balkans

The Transatlantic Economy 2021, Daniel S. Hamilton and Joseph P. Quinlan, Wilson Center/JHU/U.S. Chamber of Commerce/AmCham EU 

Global A Grand Strategy of Democratic Solidarity, Hal Brands and Charles Edel, The Washington Quarterly
DeterrenceDemocratic Deterrence: How to Dissuade Hybrid Interference, Mikael Wigell, The Washington Quarterly
NATO Revitalizing Transatlantic Relations: NATO 2030 and Beyond, Sara Bjerg Moller and Sten Rynning, The Washington Quarterly
EU - The Role of Differentiation in EU Foreign, Security and Defence Policy Cooperation with Neighbouring Countries, Senem Aydın-Düzgit, Ian Bond and Luigi Scazzieri, IAI
US/Digital Online Hate and Harassment: The American Experience 2021, Anti-Defamation League
US/DigitalRecommendations to the Biden Administration On Regulating Disinformation and Other Harmful Content on Social Media, Caroline Atkinson, et al., Harvard Kennedy School/NYU Stern School  
US/China - China’s Belt and Road: Implications for the United States, Jacob J. Lew, Gary Roughead, Jennifer Hillman and David Sacks, Council on Foreign Relations
US/EUReady, set, go: Emerging areas of EU-US cooperation, AmCham EU
US/EU/Energy - Nord Stream 2 impasse threatens trans-Atlantic ties, Constanze Stelzenmüller, Brookings
UK/EU - Global Britain Lays out Its Stall, but EU Missing in Action, Robin Niblett, Chatham House
Western Balkans/EU - The Plight of the Western Balkans Is a Wake-up Call for Europe, Vedran Džihić and Paul Schmidt, IAI
China/US/EU - China’s hardline turn lifts chances of deeper EU-US alliance, Stuart Lau, Rym Momtaz and Jakob Hanke Vela, Politico
Russia - Fallacies and Failures in the Western Perception of Russia, Lilia Shevtsova, Robert Bosch Academy

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