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Wednesday, September 29, 2021
China, Development, EU, France, Germany, Greece, Health, Kosovo, NATO, Russia, Security, Serbia, US, Western Balkans

Must-Reads

Germany - What does Germany want? John Kornblum, IPS
Germany -
The Merkel Consensus Will Live On, Hand Kundnani, Foreign Affairs
US -
The Age of America First, Richard Haass, Foreign Affairs
US/Health -
Red Covid, David Leonhardt, New York Times
US/EU -
What is the US-EU Trade and Technology Council? Five things you need to know, Chad P. Bown and Cecilia Malmström, Peterson Institute for International Economics
US/EU -
Briefing: EU-US Trade and Technology Council -- New forum for transatlantic cooperation, Marcin Szczepanski, European Parliamentary Research Service
US/EU -
Why a simple meeting among allies is fraught before it begins, Steven Overly and Mark Scott, Politico
US/EU -
The U.S.-EU Trade and Technology Council: Seven Steps Toward Success, Fran Burwell, Atlantic Council
US/Security/Development -
Afghanistan Debacle Aside, U.S. Isn’t Done with Nation-Building, Hal Brands, Bloomberg
France -
No One Does Self-Interested Arms Deals Like the French, Michael Moran, Foreign Policy
France/Greece/NATO -
France and Greece take first step towards EU force in NATO, Kostas Argyros, Mathieu Pollet and Sarantis Michalopoulos, Euractiv
Kosovo/Serbia -
Beware: This Kosovo Crisis Is Not A Game, Leon Hartwell, CEPA
Western Balkans -
EU no longer agrees on Balkan membership guarantee, diplomats say, Euractiv/Reuters
China -
Banking on the Belt and Road, Ammar A. Malik et al., AidData
Russia -
Should Russia be worried by the new AUKUS alliance? Andrey Kortunov, Carnegie Moscow Center
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