Weekly Brief
June 20, 2021

TLN Commentary

CAI is DOA, Daniel S. Hamilton, Asia Europe Journal
U.S. and EU Summit: "Back to Good"? Jason C. Moyer, Wilson Center
Biden’s Balkan Test Has Arrived, Edward P. Joseph, Foreign Policy


U.S.-Russia Presidential Joint Statement on Strategic Stability
Three Key Takeaways From the Biden-Putin Summit, Amy MacKinnon, Foreign Policy
How Biden Should Deal With Putin: Summits Are Good, but Containment Is Better, Michael McFaul, Foreign Affairs
The Success of the Biden-Putin Summit Will Depend on Follow-Through, Thomas Graham, Council on Foreign Relations


Global Trends in Forced Displacement 2020, UNHCR
Report on means to address the human rights impact of pushbacks of migrants on land and at sea, Report of the Special Rapporteur on the human rights of migrants, Felipe González Morales, United Nations
Borderless Europe: Seven Decades of Free Movement, Saara Koikkalainen, Migration Policy Institute

NATO, Security

Brussels Summit Communique
Shifting Focus, NATO Views China as a Global Security Challenge, Steven Erlanger, Michael Shear, New York Times
NATO leaders see rising threats from China, but not eye to eye with each other, David M. Herszenhorn and Rym Momtaz, Politico
Invisible and Vital: Undersea Cables and Transatlantic Security, Pierre Morcos and Colin Wall, CSIS

G7, Infrastructure, Energy

Carbis Bay G7 Summit Communique: Our Shared Agenda for Global Action to Build Back Better
Taking stock of the G7 on climate action, Rebecca Peters, Antony Froggatt, Chatham House
The G7’s New Global Infrastructure Initiative, Matthew P. Goodman and Jonathan E. Hillman, CSIS
Infrastructure dispute reveals deep divisions in Europe over gas, Kira Taylor, Euractiv
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