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Friday, February 14, 2020
China, Climate, Digital, Energy, Estonia, EU, Europe, France, Health, Inequality,
Ireland, Mexico, Nordics, Nuclear, Russia, Security, Tax, Trade, US

Featured Study
Nuclear - Zweites Nukleres Zeitalter: Das Risiko eines Atomwaffeneinsatzes, Daniel Hamilton, Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung (German only)

Must Reads
Health/Trade - The coronavirus could have a lasting effect on global supply chains, The Economist
Ireland - Is some revelation at hand? Brexit and Sein Fein’s success boost talk of Irish unification, The Economist
Europe/Energy - The Complex Relationship Between Coal and Gas in Europe, Nikos Tsafos, Center for Strategic & International Studies
EU - Europe faces a reckoning, Daniel Drezner, Washington Post
EU - Europe under siege — from within: EU competition law is turning political as France and Germany seek to set the agenda in Brussels, Christian Oliver, Simon Van Dorpe and Giorgio Leali, Politico
France/RussiaEmmanuel Macron’s Russian roulette, Rym Momtaz, Politico
Estonia/Digital/Security/Russia/China - International Security and Estonia, Estonian Foreign Intelligence Service
Digital/Inequality - Inequality in the Digital Era, Zia Qureshi, Brookings Institution
Digital/TaxTax Challenges Arising from the Digitalisation of the Economy: Update on the Economic Analysis and Impact Assessment, David Bradbury, Åsa Johansson, Stéphane Sorbe and Tibor Hanappi, OECD
Digital/China - Meet the Huawei of airport security, Laurens Cerulus, Politico
Digital/Security - How to Protect Democracy From Future Cyber Threats, Tim Maurer, Arthur Nelson, Carnegie Europe
US - Trump’s authoritarian style is remaking America, Ishaan Tharoor, Washington Post
US/Mexico - Working With Mexico, E Anthony Wayne, former US Ambassador to Mexico
US/Defense - The FY2021 Defense Budget Request: A Dysfunctional Set of Strategic Blunders, Anthony H. Cordesman, Center for Strategic & International Studies
US/Climate - Bipartisan Climate Roadmap, Climate Leadership Council
US/Europe/China - A Transatlantic China Policy Can Succeed Where the U.S. and Europe Would Fail Separately, Jeff Rathke and Yixiang Xu, AICGS

NordicsThis Is How Scandinavia Got Great, David Brooks, New York Times

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