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Friday, January 29, 2021
Central and Eastern Europe, Digital, EU, Finance, Finland, Health, Hybrid Warfare, Migration, Multilateralism, Norway, Nuclear, Poland, Russia, Technology, UK, Ukraine, US

Must-Reads 
Nuclear – Who’s next? The Economist 
Technology/US/EU – EU–US Collaboration on Quantum Technologies, Martin Everett, Chatham House 
USGone But Not Forgotten, Jonathan Kirshner, Foreign Affairs 
US/MultilateralismGetting America Back in the Game: A Multilateral Perspective, Richard Baldwin et al., Geneva Trade Platform 
US/UkraineThe Biden presidency and Ukraine, Steven Pifer, Brookings 
US/Norway/FinlandLeveraging Allies and Partners, Rachel Ellehuus and Colin Wall, CSIS 
HealthWhy the World Lost to the Pandemic, Yanzhong Huang, Foreign Affairs 
EU/HealthEU brandishes export ban to claim dibs on vaccines, David M. Herszenhorn and Jakob Hanke Vela, Politico 
EU/HealthStrengthening Health Systems Worldwide: A new Role for the ECDC, Susan Bergner and Isabell Kump, SWP 
UK/US – The UK is partner and prisoner in US special relationship, Philip Stephens, Financial Times 
Russia/Hybrid WarfareThe Evolution of Russian Hybrid Warfare, Alina Polyakova et al., CEPA 
Poland/US/EUPoland’s misplaced American dreams, Piotr Buras and Pawel Zerka, ECFR  
Finance/DigitalDigital currencies and the future of the monetary system, Agustín Carstens, Bank for International Settlements 
Russia/DigitalAlexei Navalny protests show the power of digital ‘samizdat’, John Thornhill, Financial Times
Migration/Central and Eastern EuropeEastern Europe’s brain gain, The Economist 

With gratitude to Rakel Tiderman for making the Must-Reads work these past months. 

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