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Tuesday, September 7, 2021
Afghanistan, China, Defense, EU, Europe, Germany, Global, NATO, Sweden, Terrorism, US

Must-Reads
Terrorism Bin Laden’s Catastrophic Success: Al Qaeda Changed the World—but Not in the Way It Expected, Nelly Lahoud, Foreign Affairs 

NATO/Afghanistan - The Fall of Kabul: Inconvenient Truths for NATO, Rachel Ellehuus and Piere Marcos, CSIS 
Global - Global asymmetries strike back, Jean Pisani-Ferry, Bruegel  
US - Them and Us: How America Lets Its Enemies Hijack its Foreign Policy, Ben Rhodes, Foreign Affairs 
Europe/US - Europe’s anxieties about Joe Biden are really anxieties about itself, Nathalie Tocci, Politico 
EU/Afghanistan - For EU, Afghanistan is now a four-letter word, David M. Herszenhorn, Politico 
EU/Sweden/Defense Non NATO-member Sweden rejects EU rapid reaction force, Alexandra Brzozowski and Pekka Vanttinen, Euractiv 
Germany - Germany changes but not on election day, John Kornblum, OMFIF 
China/Europe - China’s Technological Challenge to European Strategic Autonomy, Henrik Larsen, Hague Center for Strategic Studies 

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