Friday, June 11, 2021
Algeria, Democracy, EU, Health, Mediterranean, NATO, Resilience, Russia, Technology, Trade, UK, US

Health - We need a ‘two-week sprint’ in the race to share vaccine doses, Tony Blair, Evening Standard
US/UK - Joint Statement on the Visit to the United Kingdom of the Honorable Joseph R. Biden, Jr., President of the United States of America at the Invitation of the Rt. Hon. Boris Johnson, M.P., the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
US/UKThe New Atlantic Charter, Joseph R. Biden Jr. and Boris Johnson
US/UK - Can Britain Be the Ally America Needs? Tom McTague, The Atlantic
US/Trade - Remarks of Ambassador Katherine Tai Outlining the Biden-Harris Administration's "Worker-Centered Trade Policy", USTR
US/Technology - Take the lead in 6G — or lose it to China, Andrew Thiessen and Samuel S. Visner, The Hill
US/EU - President Biden went to Europe, and all we got was …? Ian Bond, Centre for European Reform
US/EU/Technology - US and Europe to forge tech alliance amid China’s rise, Mark Scott and Jacopo Barigazzi, Politico
US/EU/Technology - The Hidden G2 for Democratic Tech Governance is the EU-US Relationship, Tyson Barker, DGAP
US/EU/Democracy - Europe Should Embrace Biden’s Democracy Agenda, Erik Brattberg, Carnegie Endowment
Russia/Mediterranean - Russia’s Ambitious Military-Geostrategic Posture in the Mediterranean, Can Kasapoğlu and Sinan Ülgen, Carnegie Europe
NATO - NATO Should Finally Take Its Values Seriously, Rachel Ellehuus and Pierre Morcos, War on the Rocks
NATO/Resilience - The best defense: Why NATO should invest in resilience, Jaclyn Levy, Atlantic Council
Algeria - Algeria's Gramscian situation, Claus Leggewie and Rachid Ouaissa, IPS Journal

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