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Wednesday, March 3, 2021
Arctic, Democracy, China, Economy, EU, Freedom, Germany, Health, OSCE, Russia, Security, Trade, US, Western Balkans

Must-Reads
Freedom/Democracy - Freedom in the World 2021: Democracy Under Siege, Freedom House 
Health - How to Make ‘Immunity Passports’ More Ethical, Nicole Hassoun, Anders Herlitz, Scientific American Health/Germany - Germans have coined over 1,200 words to talk about coronavirus, Luisa Beck, Washington Post  
Health/EU - EU countries look abroad for vaccines as doubts in Brussels grow, Jillian Deutsch and David M. Herszenhorn, Politico 
EU/US/Russia - EU and US slap sanctions on Russia over Navalny, David M. Herszenhorn and Natasha Bertrand, Politico  
EU/Arctic - A New Arctic Strategy for the EU, Michael Paul, German Institute for International and Security Affairs
US - George Floyd’s killing started a movement. 9 months later, what’s changed? Nolan D. McCaskill, Politico 
US - Oversight of the Federal Bureau of Investigation: The January 6 Insurrection, Domestic Terrorism, and Other Threats, Statement by Christopher Wray, Director, Federal Bureau of Investigation, Before the Senate Judiciary Committee 
US - Colossus Constrained, Charles A. Kupchan, Foreign Affairs  
US/Economy/Security - America’s Strategic Materials Problem, Brent Sadler, National Interest 
OSCE - Using the OSCE More Effectively: Ideas and Recommendations, Wolfgang Zellner, Institute for Peace Research and Security Policy, University of Hamburg 
Trade - Multilateral Cooperation Behind the Trade War Headlines, Lucian Cernat and David Boucher, Centre for European Policy Studies
China/Western Balkans - Red Flags: Triaging China’s Projects in the Western Balkans, Heather A. Conley, Jonathan E. Hillman, Maesea McCalpin, Donatienne Ruy, CSIS

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