Tuesday, April 13, 2021
China, Corruption, Democracy, Digital, Energy, Europe, EU, Finance, Germany, Poland, Russia, Ukraine, UK, US

The Two-Lane Highway and the Twelve-Lane Autobahn: Shifting Commercial Ties Among the U.S., Europe and China, Daniel S. Hamilton and Joseph P. Quinlan, Wilson Center

UK - Union at the Crossroads: Can the British state handle the challenges of devolution? Michael Kenny Philip Rycroft and Jack Sheldon, Bennett Institute, University of Cambridge
UK - Northern Ireland: The politics behind the riots, David Mitchell, The Conversation
Germany/Russia/US/Energy - Nord Stream 2: Background, objections, and possible outcomes, Steven Pifer, Brookings
Poland/EU/Democracy - Under cover of Covid, Poland is stifling free media – and all Europe should be worried, Timothy Garton Ash, European Council on Foreign Relations 
Finance/Corruption - The war against money-laundering is being lost, The Economist
US - Biden’s Foreign Policy Starts At Home, Peter Nicholas, The Atlantic 
US/RussiaNuclear arms control in the 2020s. Key issues for the US and Russia, Steven Pifer, Valdai Discussion Club
Russia/Ukraine - Penned in on Multiple International Issues, Putin Strives to Show Resolve on Ukraine, Pavel K. Baev, The Jamestown Foundation
Russia/Ukraine Russia, Ukraine and the West: How do you solve a problem like Vladimir? Ian Bond, Centre for European Reform
Democracy - Europe must push Joe Biden’s ‘alliance of democracies’, Nicolas Tenzer, The Conversation
Digital/EuropeIs E-Commerce good for Europe? Oliver Wyman, University of St. Gallen
China/EuropeIn Battle With U.S. for Global Sway, China Showers Money on Europe’s Neglected Areas, Tom Fairless, Wall Street Journal
China/EU - Is the European Union’s investment agreement with China underrated? Uri Dadush and Andre Sapir, Bruegel

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