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Wednesday, June 16, 2021
Afghanistan, Arms Control, Australia, Digital, Energy, EU, Global, G7, Infrastructure, Russia, Technology, Trade, UK, US

Must-Reads
US/Russia - President Biden Press Conference
US/Technology - Does Tech Need a New Narrative? Anna Wiener, New Yorker
US/EU - EU swaps Trump’s well-done steak (with ketchup) for Biden’s prime ribeye, David M. Herszenhorn, Politico
US/EU/Technology - EU-US launch Trade and Technology Council to lead values-based global digital transformation, European Commission
US/EU/TechnologyIn Defence of Democracy and the Rule of Law in the Age of Artificial Intelligence, Transatlantic Reflection Group on Democracy and the Rule of Law in the Age of “Artificial Intelligence”
US/EU/Digital - Biden’s Mission to Defeat Digital Sovereignty, Tyson Barker, Foreign Policy
US/Afghanistan - Biden’s exit from Afghanistan has been very Trumpy, Max Boot, The Washington Post
Arms Control - Reimagining the Open Skies Treaty: cooperative aerial monitoring, Rose Gottemoeller and Diana Marvin, Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists
Infrastructure/G7 - The G7’s New Global Infrastructure Initiative, Matthew P. Goodman and Jonathan E. Hillman, CSIS
Infrastructure/Energy/EU - Infrastructure dispute reveals deep divisions in Europe over gas, Kira Taylor, Euractiv
Global - Global Governance at a Turning Point: The Role of the G20, Nicola Bilotta, Fabrizio Botti, Martin Charter, Ichin Cheng, Ettore Greco, Paola Subacchi and Paul Twomey, IAI
UK/Australia/Trade - The UK-Australia trade deal has been painted as both a travesty and a triumph for Britain – it’s neither, Sam Lowe, Centre for European Reform

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