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Monday, September 13, 2021
Economy, EU, Germany, Global, NATO, Technology, Trade, US

Must-Reads
Global - Why nations that fail women fail, The Economist
GlobalGlobalization, deglobalization and the liberal international order, Markus Kornprobst and T V Paul, International Affairs 
Global/US Challenging the liberal order: the US hegemon as a revisionist power, Steve Chan, International Affairs
US 9/11 and the American psyche, Siri Hustvedt, Financial Times
US - The real lessons from 9/11, The Economist
USHow America wasted its unipolar moment, The Economist 
US - The Legacy of America’s Post-9/11 Turn to Torture, Carol Rosenberg, New York Times
US - Why There Hasn’t Been Another 9/11, Daniel Byman, Wall Street Journal
US - Muslims on top: Being demonized has not stopped Muslims’ impressive rise, The Economist
EU/US/Trade/Technology - The EU-US Trade and Technology Council: Mapping the Challenges and Opportunities for Transatlantic Cooperation on Trade, Climate and Digital, Guillaume van der Loo, Thijs Vandenbussche and Andreas Aktoudianakis, Egmont
EU/Germany/US/EconomyThe transatlantic economic relations and their outstanding significance for the future of the European and the German economy, Galina Kolev, Institut der deutschen Wirtschaft
Germany - Still searching: After Afghanistan, Germans are rethinking their foreign policy, The Economist
NATOA new transatlantic division of labor could save billions every year! Barry R. Posen, Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists

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