Wednesday, December 16, 2020
Arctic, Balkans, Black Sea, Digital, EU, Human Rights, NATO, Nordics, Nuclear, Technology, US, Western Sahara

Featured Study 
Shifting Ground: Competing Policy Narratives and the Future of the Arctic, Oran R. Youngin Kristina Spohr and Daniel S. Hamilton, editors, Jason Moyer, associate editor, The Arctic and World Order, Johns Hopkins SAIS/Brookings Institution Press   

Sleepwalking Toward the Nuclear Precipice, Ernest J. Moniz and Sam Nunn, Foreign Affairs   
Europe rewrites rulebook for digital age, Mark Scott, Thibault Larger and Laura Kayali, Politico  
5 challenges to the new EU digital rulebook, Laura Kayali and Thibault Larger, Politico
Technology – 
A.I. and I, Mark C. Taylor, New York Times 
Technology/Human Rights/EU
Getting the Future Right: Artificial Intelligence and Fundamental Rights, EU Agency for Fundamental Rights 
Technology/Human Rights/EU
Europe’s Approach to Artificial Intelligence: How AI Strategy is Evolving, Access Now  
Surprise and Stability in the High North, Rachel Ellehuus, Johannes Gullestad Rø,  Robin Allers, Ingeborg Bjur, CSIS  
NATO/Black Sea
Strengthening NATO in the Black Sea Region, Ben Hodges, Foundation for the Defense of Democracies  
US/Black Sea – 
The Black Sea: How America can avoid a great-power conflict, Philip Breedlove and Michael E. O’Hanlon, Brookings 
US/Western Sahara
Biden Must Reverse Course on Western Sahara, John Bolton, Foreign Policy 
What Will a Joe Biden Presidency Mean for the Balkans? Cameron Munter and Valbona Zeneli, National Interest 

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