Thursday, February 18, 2021
Bosnia and Herzegovina, China, Defense, Digital, Economy, Estonia, EU, Europe, Finland, Georgia, NATO, Russia, Sweden, Trade, Turkey, UK, US

Transatlantic Resilience – a time for concern, a time for optimism, David Klain, Wilson Center/Transatlantic Leadership Network

US/China - Understanding U.S.-China Decoupling: Macro Trends and Industry Impacts, U.S. Chamber of Commerce
Digital - Digital Services Tax: Unilateral Initiatives on the Move, Giuliana Polacco, et al., Bloomberg
 EU - Strengthening the EU’s contribution to rules-based multilateralism, European Commission/High Representative of the Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy
EU/Trade - Trade Policy Review - An Open, Sustainable and Assertive Trade Policy, European Commission
EU/UK - After Brexit: the UK and EU risk a state of ‘permanent alert’, George Parker, Peter Foster and Sam Fleming, Financial Times
Estonia/Russia/China - International Security and Estonia 2021, Estonian Foreign Intelligence Service
NATO/US - US defense chief charms allies during NATO debut, David M. Herszenhorn, Politico
NATO/Economy - Illuminating Defense Supply Chains and Investments: An Opportunity for NATO Leadership, Nicholas Nelson and Tony Morash, CEPA
NATO/Turkey - Turkey’s Recalcitrance and NATO’s Nuisance, Dorith Kool, Patrick Bolder and Murat Dogan, Hague Centre for Security Studies
Sweden/Finland/Defense - Sweden envisions common military cooperation with Finland, Pekka Vanttinen, Euractiv
Bosnia and Herzegovina - Bosnia’s Exhausted OHR Can be Revived – Here’s How, Alida Vracic and Marika Djolai, Balkan Insight
Georgia - Georgia in turmoil as PM resigns over arrest of opposition leader, Georgi Gotev, Euractiv

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