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Wednesday, September 22, 2021
Bulgaria, Canada, China, Digital, Egypt, EU, Eurasia, Eurozone, France, Germany, Health, Indo-Pacific, Iran, Migration, Russia, Turkey, US
Must-Reads
Health -
There is no choice between vaccinating Americans and vaccinating the world. We must do both, Jeff Zients and Antony J. Blinken, Washington Post
US -
Worldwide Threats to the Homeland: 20 Years After 9/11, Christopher A. Wray before the Committee on Homeland Security, U.S. House of Representatives
US -
Worldwide Threats to the Homeland: 20 Years After 9/11, Christine Abizaid before the Committee on Homeland Security, U.S. House of Representatives
US/EU/Iran -
How to Save the Iran Nuclear Deal, Ali Vaez and Vali Nasr, Foreign Affairs
US/France/Indo-Pacific -
France, America and the Indo-Pacific after AUKUS, Bruno Tertrais, Institut Montaigne
US/Europe/China -
What Europeans think about the US-China Cold War, Ivan Krastev and Mark Leonard, ECFR
US/Digital -
Legislative efforts and policy frameworks within the Section 230 debate, Chris Riley and David Morar, Brookings Institution
Russia -
Russia in the Era of Great Power Competition, Jeffrey Mankoff, Washington Quarterly
Canada -
In Praise of Stasis. Special Canadian-Election Edition, Adam Gopnik, New Yorker
Germany -
How Germany learned to stop worrying and love EU bailouts, Matthew Karnitschnig, Politico
Bulgaria/Eurozone -
Concerns Rise as Bulgaria Prepares to Join the Euro, Ralf Neukirch und Michael Sauga, Der Spiegel
EU/Egypt/Migration -
Egypt, the EU, and Migration: An Uncomfortable Yet Unavoidable Partnership, Dina Abdel Fattah, Victoria Rietig and Alia Fakhry, DGAP
Turkey/Eurasia -
Turkey’s Geopolitical and Ideological Eurasianism and its Relations with Russia, Galip Dalay, GMF
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