Friday, April 30, 2021
Armenia, China, Deterrence, Eastern Europe, Energy, Europe, EU, France, Germany, Global, Health, Libya, Russia, Turkey, Ukraine, US

Global A Liberalish New World Order, Walter Russell Mead, Wall Street Journal
Global/Health - Vaccines Will Shape the New Geopolitical Order, Simon Frankel Pratt and Jamie Levin, Foreign Policy
Deterrence - Understanding Deterrence, Michael J. Mazarr, NL ARMS Netherlands Annual Review of Military Studies 2020
US/Europe - Biden, EUrope and the Challenges of Managing the Strategic Rectangle with China and Russia, Gunther Hellmann, Multilateralismus weiterdenken
Russia/Ukraine - Five lessons from Russia’s Ukraine escalation, Mathieu Boulègue, Chatham House
UK/France/Germany - Towards a strategic agenda for the E3: Opportunities and risks for France, Germany and the UK, Alice Billon-Galland and Richard G Whitman, Chatham House
Germany/Energy - Germany’s Dilemma, Kirsten Westphal, SWP
China - How China Lends:  A Rare Look into 100 Debt Contracts with Foreign Governments, Anna Gelpern, Sebastian Horn, Scott Morris, Brad Parks and Christoph Trebesch, Peterson Institute for International Economics, Kiel Institute for the World Economy, Center for Global Development, AidData
EU/Libya - How Frontex Helps Haul Migrants Back To Libyan Torture Camps, Sara Creta, Bashar Deeb, Klaas van Dijken, Emmanuel Freudenthal, Steffen Lüdke and Maximilian Popp, Der Spiegel
US/Armenia/Turkey - What Next After the U.S. Recognition of the Armenian Genocide? Thomas de Waal, Carnegie Europe
Eastern Europe/EU - Happy birthday, Eastern Partnership: Celebrations deferred, not cancelled, Pavel Slunkin, European Council on Foreign Relations

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