Tuesday, June 22, 2021
China, Digital, Economy, Europe, EU, France, Global, Iran, Middle East, North Africa, Russia, Sweden, Trade, UK, US

Iran/Europe - Iran’s New President Means Headache and Opportunity for Europe, Cornelius Adebahr, Carnegie Europe
US/EU - U.S.-EU: A New Hope or the Empire Strikes Back? William Alan Reinsch, CSIS
US/EU/Digital - Encryption and Crime: The Case for a Transatlantic Encryption Alliance, Maria Koomen, CEPA
US/Trade - Biden Is Back, America Isn’t, Carl Bildt, Project Syndicate
EU/Middle East/North Africa/Trade - EU-MENA Trade Relations After COVID-19: State of Play and Scenarios for Modernising the EU-MENA Free Trade Areas, Katarzyna W. Sidło, Esmat Mostafa Kamel, Hussein Suleiman and Guillaume Van der Loo, EGMONT – Royal Institute for International Relations
France - France’s silent majority has rejected Macron – and Le Pen, Jonathan Miller, The Spectator
UK - After Brexit, devolution in Northern Ireland is in a parlous state, The Economist
US - The Vacuous Phrase at the Core of Biden’s Foreign Policy, Peter Beinart, The New York Times
EU/Economy - The international role of the euro, The Economist
Russia/Digital - Artificial Intelligence and Autonomy in Russia, Jeffrey Edmonds, Samuel Bendett, Anya Fink, Mary Chesnut, Dmitry Gorenburg, Michael Kofman, Kasey Stricklin and Julian Waller, CNA
US/Digital - A State Department for the Digital Age, Ferial Ara Saeed, War on the Rocks
US/Russia/China/Economy - Putin's Right: You Can't Escape the Dollar, Daniel Moss, The Japan Times 
China - China’s Economic Reckoning: The Price of Failed Reforms, Daniel H. Rosen, Foreign Affairs
Sweden - Swedish government on the brink after PM Löfven loses no-confidence vote, Charlie Duxbury, Politico
Global - The Real Problem With Globalization, Zachary D. Carter, The Atlantic

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