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Friday, March 12, 2021
Arctic, China, Digital, Energy, Europe, EU, Finance, Health, Hong Kong, Investment, Japan, Mobility, Russia, UK, US

Featured
What to Do About Europe, John Kornblum, Wilson Center
 
Must-Reads
Health/MobilityBack to normality? The Economist
EUWill the EU emerge from the coronavirus crisis stronger or weaker? Timothy Garton Ash, ECFR
USSeeing in Stereo, Anne-Marie Slaughter, Parameters
US/DigitalToward a More Coercive Cyber Strategy, James A. Lewis, CSIS
US/Europe/DigitalA democratic counteroffer to China’s digital power, Sabine Muscat, Heinrich Böll Foundation
US/EU/Digital - EU Privacy Law and U.S. Surveillance: Solving the Problem of Transatlantic Data Transfers, Peter Margulies and Ira Rubinstein, Lawfare
US/EU/China/Japan/Energy - The Geopolitics of Critical Minerals Supply Chains, Jane Nakano, CSIS
UK/Finance - Financial services: The Brexit dust begins to settle, Nicolas Véron, Bruegel 
US/EU/Finance - Low interest rates in Europe and the US: one trend, two stories, Maria Demertzis and Nicola Viegi, Bruegel
US/EU/Finance - Europe Struggles to Defend Itself Against a Weaponized Dollar, Steven Erlanger, The New York Times
Europe/China/FinanceFintechs, Chinese investors are coming for you, Isabel Woodford, Sifted
EU/China/InvestmentEU China Comprehensive Agreement on Investment — Schedule of the European Union, Annex I — Reservations for existing measures, European Commission
InvestmentReforming the Investment Treaty Regime: A ‘backward-looking’ approach, Lauge N. Skovgaard Poulsen and Geoffrey Gertz, Chatham House
Russia - Is the wind changing for Vladimir Putin? Nicolas Tenzer, The Conversation
Arctic/EnergyThe polar silk road, The Economist
China/Hong KongChina's parliament remakes Hong Kong in its own image, John Sudworth, BBC

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