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Thursday, June 17, 2021
Central Europe, China, Climate, Democracy, Digital, EU, Europe, G7, Indo-Pacific, Russia, Turkey, US

Must-Reads
US/Russia - Three Key Takeaways From the Biden-Putin Summit, Amy MacKinnon, Foreign Policy
US/Russia - Biden-Putin summit gives US allies hope of better Russia ties, David M. Herszenhorn, Politico
US/Russia - U.S.-Russia Presidential Joint Statement on Strategic Stability
US/Nuclear - Orienting the 2021 Nuclear Posture Review, Brad Roberts, Washington Quarterly
US/Russia/Digital - Biden says he told Putin U.S. will hack back against future Russian cyberattacks, Martin Matishak, Politico
Russia/Digital - Russia's Strategy in Cyberspace, Janne Hakala, Jazlyn Melnychuk, NATO StratCom Center of Excellence
US/EU/Digital - U.S. and European Surveillance Law Regimes: Time to Adjust the Contrast? Kenneth Propp, about:intel
US/EU - U.S. and EU Summit: "Back to Good"? Jason C. Moyer, Wilson Center
US/China - Washington’s Dangerous New Consensus on China, Bernie Sanders, Foreign Affairs 
Central Europe/Democracy - Central European Support for Democracy: New Drivers and Challenges, Kinga Brudzinska, Carnegie Europe
Central Europe/EU - Central Europe’s Radical Right and EU Foreign Policy, Zsuzsanna Végh, GMF
G7/Climate - Building back better: Is green growth the answer? Jack Barrie and Patrick Schröder, Chatham House
Turkey/EU - Turkey beyond Erdogan: How the EU risks letting down Turkish democrats, Kati Piri, European Council on Foreign Relations
US/Europe/Indo-Pacific - Joe Biden’s Transatlantic Bridge to the Indo-Pacific Region, Patrick M. Cronin, The National Interest

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