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Thursday, December 10, 2020
China, Climate, Digital, Eastern Mediterranean, EU, Europe, Gulf states, Hungary, Iran, Israel, NATO, Palestine, Romania, Security, Sweden, Technology, Terrorism, Turkey, UK, US

Must-Reads 
US/Europe
Stronger Together: A Strategy to Revitalize Transatlantic Power, Harvard Belfer Center and DGAP
EU/Terrorism
A Counter-Terrorism Agenda for the EU: Anticipate, Prevent, Protect, Respond, European Commission 
Sweden/NATO
‘NATO-option’ gets majority in Swedish parliament, Pekka Vanttinen, Euractiv 
US – 
President Joe Biden and the restoration of US global leadership: Turning the tide? Ville Sinkkonen, Charly Salonius-Palsternak, Bart Gaens, and Niklas Helwig, Finnish institute of International Affairs  
US/Europe/China/Technology
A Transatlantic Effort to Take on China Starts with Technology, Alina Polyakova and Eileen Donahoe, CEPA 
US/China
The U.S. Can’t Check China Alone, Odd Arne Westad, Foreign Affairs 
NATO/Digital
Inbox: NATO needs continuous responses in cyberspace, Lauren Speranza, Franklin D. Kramer, and Conor Rodihan, Atlantic Council   
Europe/Security
Yearbook of European Security, Daniel Fiott and Vassilis Theodosopoulos, European Union Institute for Security Studies  
UK – 
What world is Brexit being launched into? Simon Kuper, Financial Times 
Climate/US
Making climate policy stick, David G. Victor, Sadie Frank, and Eric Gesick, Brookings 
Romania/Hungary
Cooperation despite mistrust. The shadow of Trianon in Romanian-Hungarian relations, Kamil Calus, Centre for Eastern Studies (OSW)  
Eastern Mediterranean
Is there a new window of opportunity in the Eastern Mediterranean crisis? Galip Dalay, Brookings  
Europe/Gulf states/Iran
Gulf of difference: How Europe can get the Gulf monarchies to pursue peace with Iran, Cinzia Bianco, European Council on Foreign Relations   
EU/Israel/Palestine
The end of Oslo: A new European strategy on Israel-Palestine, Hugh Lovatt, European Council on Foreign Relations
Turkey
Turkey does its own thing, Hugh Pope and Nigar Göksel, Chatham House  

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