Monday, May 3, 2021
Caspian, China, EU, Germany, Global, Italy, Migration, NATO, Northern Europe, Russia, Scotland, Security, Turkey

Global West and allies relaunch push for own version of China’s Belt and Road, Michael Peel and Sam Fleming, Financial Times
Italy/China - The Belt and Road Initiative in Italy: The Ports of Genoa and Trieste, Francesca Ghiretti, IAI Rome
Italy/China - China's Belt and Road Initiative in Italy: An Analysis of Financial Cooperation, Nicola Bilotta, IAI Rome
US/MigrationBorder Challenges Dominate, But Biden’s First 100 Days Mark Notable Under-the-Radar Immigration Accomplishments, Muzaffar Chishti and Jessica Bolter, Migration Policy Institute
NATO/Russia - Deterrence Rediscovered: NATO and Russia, Sten Rynning, Netherlands Annual Review of Military Studies
Russia Misperceptions and Illusions, Stefan Meister and Lilia Shevtsova, American Purpose
Russia/China - China and Russia’s Dangerous Convergence: How to Counter an Emerging Partnership, Andrea Kendall-Taylor and David Shullman, Foreign Affairs
US/Northern Europe/Security - Security in Northern Europe in the Biden Era, Rachel Ellehuus, et al., CSIS
Europe/Security - Military drones in Europe: Ensuring transparency and accountability, Jessica Dorsey and Nilza Amaral, Chatham House
EU/Turkey - The Istanbul Convention: A Framework in Crisis? Annika Vollmer, GMF
Germany - Germany’s Green Velvet Revolution? Mark Leonard, European Council on Foreign Relations
EU - The European Commission is becoming more powerful, quietly, The Economist
Scotland - Nicola Sturgeon’s Quest for Scottish Independence, Sam Knight, New Yorker
Caspian - ‘Canal War’ Breaking Out in Greater Caspian Region, Paul Goble, Eurasia Daily Monitor

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