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Tuesday, June 8, 2021
Climate, Economy, EU, Global, Health, Russia, Security, US, Western Balkans

Featured
Biden’s First International Trip: Expectations and Realities, Dan Hamilton, Shihoko Goto, Abraham Denmark, Matthew Rojansky, Mike Sfraga and Chris Sands, Wilson Center

Must-Reads
Health Open Letter to G7 Leaders: A G7 Action Plan to Ensure the World is Vaccinated Quickly and Equitably, multiple signatories
Health - The Forever Virus: A Strategy for the Long Fight Against COVID-19, Larry Brilliant, Lisa Danzig, Karen Oppenheimer, Agastya Mondal, Rick Bright and W. Ian Lipkin, Foreign Affairs
Health/US - COVID-19 Vaccine Rollout across US Congressional Districts, Harvard University
US - How America Fractured Into Four Parts, George Packer, The Atlantic
US/Global - Making America Global Again, Anne-Marie Slaughter and Kazumi Hoshino-Macdonald, Project Syndicate
US/Security - Deterrence, U.S. Grand Strategy, and the Wisdom of Bob Gates, Michael O'Hanlon, The National Interest
US/Russia - The Art of Negotiating Non-Strategic Nuclear Weapons, Steven Pifer, The National Interest
Security - Advancing Strategic Stability in the Euro-Atlantic Region: 2021 and Beyond, Euro-Atlantic Security Leadership Group
EU/Climate/Economy Proposal for a Regulation of the European Parliament and of the Council on the establishment of a Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism (
CBAM)
EU/Global/Economy - The main hurdle in getting a global tax deal is Europe, Bjarke Smith-Meyer and Mark Scott, Politico
Western Balkans - Governance versus Authoritarian Influence in the Western Balkans, Marko Pankovski, GMF

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