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Monday, March 29, 2021
Defense, Digital, Economy, Europe, EU, Germany, Health, Montenegro, NATO, Poland, Russia, Technology, UK, US

Featured
The Digital Acceleration, Daniel S. Hamilton and Joseph P. Quinlan, Wilson Center/JHU/U.S. Chamber of Commerce/AmCham EU

Must-Reads
EuropeWhy Europe should spend big like Biden, Christian Odendahl and John Springford, Centre for European Reform
Europe/Digital - Digital Futures for Europe, Meelis Kitsing, ECIPE
US/Digital - Broken trust: Lessons from Sunburst, Trey Herr, Will Loomis, Emma Schroeder, Stewart Scott, Simon Handler and Tianjiu Zuo, Atlantic Council
US/Digital - The U.S. has a major hole in its cyberdefense. Here’s how to fix it, Robert M. Gates, Washington Post
Health/EUEU vaccines rollout – the needle and the damage done, Tony Connelly, RTE 
Health/US - What the Covid-19 war was really like in Trump's White House, Jacqueline Howard, CNN
EU/PolandOpen Letter to the European Commission on the Rule of Law in Poland
EU/UKUK and EU reach financial regulation deal in breakthrough on co-operation, Jim Brunsden and Peter Foster, Financial Times
EU/US/Technology/Defense - Europe and the United States should cooperate more on AI for defense, Benjamin Mueller, Center for Data Innovation
Economy - Chip crisis highlights supply chain new order as carmakers lose out, Peter Campbell and Kana Inagaki, Financial Times
Russia/US/Digital - Russia Is Making the Digital Weather and the U.S. Needs a Response, Andrei Soldatov, CEPA
Montenegro - Montenegro was a success story in troubled Balkan region – now its democracy is in danger, Alan L. Greenberg, The Conversation
Germany/RussiaThe last bridge, The Economist
NATONATO Partnerships for Women, Peace, and SecurityLisa A. AronssonAtlantic Council

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