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12.08.2021

"Belarus rejects US ambassador over sanctions"

https://www.politico.eu/article/belarus-rejects-us-ambassador-over-sanctions/

Belarus habe seine Zustimmung zur Akkreditierung der neuen US-Botschafterin in Minsk zurückgezogen und darüber hinaus von Washington gefordert, bis September die Größe ihrer Botschaft auf fünf Mitarbeiterinnen und Mitarbeiter zu verringern, äußert Zoya Sheftalovich. "The move came after the U.S., U.K. and Canada issued fresh trade, financial and aviation sanctions on Belarus on Monday, in a bid to increase pressure on the regime of the country's authoritarian leader Alexander Lukashenko. The package was announced on the first anniversary of a disputed presidential election that saw Lukashenko remain in power and launch a crackdown on pro-democracy activists and the press."

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09.07.2021

"How America fell out of love with Europe"

https://www.politico.eu/article/joe-biden-united-states-europe-transatlantic-relationship-russia-china/

Die größte Bedrohung für "den Westen" sei nicht die europäische Autonomie, sondern die europäische Schwäche, argumentiert Bruno Maçães. "The concept of European strategic autonomy is increasingly presented as a danger to the West as a political community - the idea being that a Europe that is not dependent on the United States will spiral away from the transatlantic alliance, even as Washington prepares to confront Beijing. The truth is just the opposite: The West cannot survive without a strong Europe. (…) In any marriage in crisis, the problems start when the two parts of the couple embark on different life paths. The U.S. seems headed toward a new, exciting Cold War. Europe may be slouching off into a geopolitical sunset."

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18.06.2021

"After Biden-Putin, will Russian spies retreat to shadows?"

https://www.politico.eu/article/joe-biden-vladimir-putin-geneva-russia-spies-retreat-shadows-eu-leaders/

In den vergangenen Jahren sei russische Spionage innerhalb der EU vermehrt öffentlich geworden, analysiert Lili Bayer. "European governments openly accusing Russian agents of carrying out assassination attempts, sabotaging arms depots and hacking into political institutions with impunity. (…) From February to May of this year alone, at least four EU countries - Bulgaria, Germany, Italy and Poland - accused people of trying to pass clandestine information to Russia. (…) Several factors help explain how Russia's operations have become more visible over the past years: Moscow's priorities are changing; the power dynamics within Russia's intelligence community are shifting; and the West is simply getting better at spotting them."

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16.06.2021

"Macron pitches Biden on plan to get foreign fighters out of Libya"

https://www.politico.eu/article/emmanuel-macron-joe-biden-withdrawal-fighters-libya/

Obgleich die Konfliktparteien im libyschen Bürgerkrieg bereits im Oktober 2020 einen Waffenstillstand vereinbart hätten, befänden sich noch immer ausländische Kämpfer in dem nordafrikanischen Land, bemerkt Rym Momtaz. Frankreich habe nun einen Plan für den Abzug der Kämpfer vorgelegt. "The plan - seen by POLITICO - lays out a six-month timeline that proposes first withdrawing Turkish-backed Syrian mercenaries, followed by Russian-backed mercenaries and regular Turkish troops. The two-page proposal has been circulating for several weeks among diplomatic officials with the involved countries, according to two officials familiar with the talks. And in recent days, the officials said, French President Emmanuel Macron has put the idea directly to his counterparts in the U.S. and Turkey. (…) The ultimate goal is to further stabilize a country on the EU's southern border, which has created migration challenges and terrorism risks for Europe."

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15.06.2021

"Pentagon considering permanent naval task force to counter China in the Pacific"

https://www.politico.com/news/2021/06/15/pentagon-navy-pacific-task-force-china-494605

Das Pentagon erwäge die Einrichtung einer ständigen US-Marine-Einsatzgruppe im Pazifik als Gegengewicht zu Chinas wachsender militärischer Stärke, informiert Lara Seligman. "The plan would also involve creating a named military operation for the Pacific that would enable the defense secretary to allocate additional dollars and resources to the China problem (…). The two initiatives, which are not yet finalized, would add muscle to President Joe Biden's tough talk on China and send a signal that the new U.S. administration is serious about cracking down on Beijing's military buildup and aggressive behavior in the Pacific region. (…) While the initiatives would not be a silver bullet to solve the China problem, the efforts are an encouraging sign that the Pentagon is committed to moving resources away from the Middle East and elevating the needs of the Pacific, said Elbridge Colby, a former Trump Pentagon official who is now a principal at The Marathon Initiative."

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12.06.2021

"France stuck in Sahel despite 'withdrawal'"

https://www.politico.eu/article/emmanuel-macron-france-stuck-in-sahel-west-africa-despite-withdrawal/

Trotz Präsident Emmanuel Macrons Ankündigung einer tiefgreifenden Veränderung ("profound transformation") der französischen Militärpräsenz in der Sahelzone würde sich Frankreich realistischerweise auf absehbare Zeit weiterhin in der Region engagieren, prognostiziert Paul Taylor. "But in the face of the region's worsening instability and growing unease at home, Macron has succeeded in creating the impression of a radical change in policy. (…) Macron sent multiple messages to his different audiences (…). To French voters, many of whom tell pollsters they no longer understand why French troops are still dying in the Sahel, this sounds like a welcome message that 'our boys are coming home,' even if the 5,100-strong presence is likely to be reduced and adapted rather than withdrawn. (…) To Africans, who feel humiliated by having to rely on their former colonial master for security or angry that the French presence has not ended the bloodshed, or both, Macron's message was that France will not overstay its welcome."

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09.06.2021

"EU working with US on potential deal to strengthen defense ties"

https://www.politico.eu/article/leaked-document-eu-and-us-work-on-deal-to-strengthen-defence-ties/

Die EU und die USA erwögen, ein Abkommen zur Stärkung ihrer Verteidigungszusammenarbeit zu schließen, schreibt Jacopo Barigazzi. "The deal is mentioned within draft conclusions, obtained by POLITICO, set to be agreed before the upcoming EU-U.S. summit in Brussels on June 15, where Joe Biden will meet EU leaders all together for the first time since taking office as president. The draft shows this would entail the U.S. starting to cooperate with the European Defence Agency (EDA), meaning Washington could take part in the agency's projects aimed at boosting the bloc's capability development and research."

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04.06.2021

"Biden Talks a Big Game on Europe. But His Actions Tell a Different Story."

https://www.politico.com/news/magazine/2021/06/04/biden-administration-europe-focus-491857

Jenseits von Gipfeltreffen scheine die Biden-Administration Europa abgeschrieben zu haben, analysiert Jeremy Shapiro. "Gone are the days when the U.S. president would declare that the European Union was 'worse than China' or threaten to withdraw U.S. protection if European governments didn't 'pay up.' (…) But back in the long, hushed hallways of Washington policymaking, a different picture of the administration's attitude toward Europe is emerging. There, China is the clear, even obsessive focus of Biden's foreign policy. It is, in the new administration's view, the global and ideological challenge of the next generation, the clear successor to the Cold War and the War on Terror as the organizing principle of American foreign policy. Meeting that generational challenge requires subordinating every other foreign policy issue to a global conflict with a peer competitor."

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01.06.2021

"Ahead of NATO summit, France urges Europe to muscle up"

https://www.politico.eu/article/nato-summit-france-europe-florence-parly-defense/

Vor dem NATO-Gipfel in Brüssel Mitte Juni habe Frankreichs Verteidigungsministerin Florence Parly höhere europäische Verteidigungsausgaben gefordert, informiert Rym Momtaz. "She insists a more robust European defense is essential to bolster NATO (…). 'The strategic interest of the United States has structurally moved to Asia and, whatever the Europeans may wish, that's a data point,' Parly said. 'If we want to fully play our role, we should continue being good allies and keep pushing our defense effort forward,' she added."

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30.05.2021

"One group that's embraced AI: Criminals"

https://www.politico.eu/article/artificial-intelligence-criminals/

Der Einsatz Künstlicher Intelligenz zu kriminellen Zwecken nehme zu, stellt Laurens Cerulus fest. "Officials are warning against attacks that use deepfake technology, AI-enhanced 'phishing' campaigns and software that guesses passwords based on big data analysis. (…) Most concerning to cybersecurity officials is deepfake technology - which uses reams of photos and videos to develop uncanny likenesses, or entirely new avatars. The technology has the power to generate pictures and videos that trick people into thinking they're looking at the real thing, and that's precisely what cybersecurity experts worry about."

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26.05.2021

"The rise of AI surveillance"

https://www.politico.eu/article/the-rise-of-ai-surveillance-coronavirus-data-collection-tracking-facial-r
ecognition-monitoring/

Die COVID-19-Pandemie habe die Tür zur Datenerfassung und -verfolgung in einem unvorstellbaren Ausmaß geöffnet, argumentiert Melissa Heikkilä. "Governments have used mobile phone information to track movement in the European Union. Companies have set up cameras equipped with AI [Artificial Intelligence] to check if workers and customers are complying with social distancing rules. France has rolled out facial recognition technology in public transport to monitor mask wearing. (…) One of the greatest myths about artificial intelligence is that it is an objective or neutral tool. It is not. AI is shaped by the prejudices, priorities and decisions of its creators and the people who deploy it. For governments wrestling with the controversial technology, the question is when it is being deployed in service of their society's values - and when it is working in opposition to them."

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22.04.2021

"Jens Stoltenberg: NATO's climate challenge"

https://www.politico.eu/article/jens-stoltenberg-nato-climate-change-challenge/

Der Klimawandel mache die Welt gefährlicher, betont NATO-Generalsekretär Jens Stoltenberg. "From the Sahel to the High North, rising sea levels and more extreme weather is devastating communities, increasing competition for scarce resources and fueling tensions and conflict. That's why it's so crucial that NATO sets the gold standard on climate change and security, and then takes action to address it. Climate change threatens global security, so NATO must be part of the response. (…) In my view, NATO has a key role to play in three areas when it comes to climate change: understanding the challenge, adapting our operations, and reducing military emissions. (…) My ambition for the NATO summit this year is a clear political commitment from Allied leaders to plan for reductions in military emissions, contributing to the goal of net zero."

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21.04.2021

"U.S. considers more weapons shipments to Ukraine amid Russian buildup"

https://www.politico.com/news/2021/04/21/us-weapons-ukraine-russia-483908

Auf Anfrage Kiews erwäge die Biden-Administration, zusätzliche Waffen in die Ukraine zu senden, bemerken Natasha Bertrand und Lara Seligman. "Consideration of the request is in its early stages, according to people briefed on the internal deliberations. The administration has been reluctant to provoke Moscow on the military front, and scrapped plans last week to send two Navy warships to the Black Sea amid rising tensions in the region. (…) Among their requests: Patriot missiles, which are deployed in Poland but Ukrainian officials want on their soil, according to a person briefed on the requests and recent comments made by senior Ukrainian official Andriy Yermak."

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12.04.2021

"How the Istanbul Convention became a symbol of Europe's cultural wars"

https://www.politico.eu/article/istanbul-convention-europe-violence-against-women/

Der Disput um die Verwendung des "Gender"-Begriffs in der Istanbuler Konvention, einem internationalen Abkommen zum Schutz von Frauen vor Gewalt, sei zu einem Stellvertreterkonflikt zwischen Ost- und Westeuropa geworden, konstatiert Maïa de la Baume. "One by one, Eastern European countries are turning their back on the document, claiming it will erode their version of 'family values.' (…) The backlash centers on a semantic dispute (…): how, exactly, to define 'gender.' To a crop of increasingly socially conservative European leaders, the document's definition is a surreptitious means to erode distinctions between men and women and 'normalize' homosexuality. To the rest, the issue is not the definition, but what they see as a politically motivated interpretation spread using disinformation."

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11.04.2021

"Hologram wars: The race to 6G"

https://www.politico.eu/article/6g-race-eu-united-states-china/

Die 5G-Netzabdeckung sei in den Großstädten Europas und der USA zwar noch nicht erreicht, doch der Wettlauf um die Entwicklung von 6G habe bereits begonnen, berichten Laurens Cerulus und John Hendel. "'The war for 6G is not just having wireless or antenna or base station - it's much bigger, much more complex and much more strategic,' said John Roese, the global chief technology officer for Dell Technologies. (…) Several Western companies including AT&T, Nokia and Qualcomm launched the Next G Alliance last October through a U.S.-based standards group called the Alliance for Telecommunications Industry Solutions. (…) In Europe, companies kicked off the Hexa-X project in January, which includes industry and researchers to design and develop 6G. (…) In China, state officials last month selected 6G as a top priority in its most recent 'five-year plan.'"

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29.03.2021

"NATO wants to set AI standards. If only its members agreed on the basics."

https://www.politico.eu/article/nato-ai-artificial-intelligence-standards-priorities/

Die NATO wolle Standards für die militärische Anwendung von künstlicher Intelligenz (KI) setzen, konstatiert Melissa Heikkilä. Die Mitglieder des Verteidigungsbündnisses verfolgten jedoch sehr unterschiedliche Ansätze, wenn es um die Einbeziehung von KI in ihre Verteidigungspolitik gehe. "The EU's AI strategy takes a cautious line, touting itself as 'human-centric,' focused on taming corporate excesses and keeping citizens' data safe. The U.S., which tends to be light on regulation and keen on defense, sees things differently. There are also divergences over what technologies the alliance ought to develop, including lethal autonomous weapons systems - often dubbed 'killer robots' - programmed to identify and destroy targets without human control. Powerful NATO members including France, the U.K., and the U.S. have developed these technologies and oppose a treaty on these weapons, while others like Belgium and Germany have expressed serious concerns about the technology."

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24.03.2021

"U.S., Russia discuss how to avoid tensions in space"

https://www.politico.com/news/2021/03/24/us-russia-space-477829

Vertreter Russlands und der Vereinigten Staaten hätten sich getroffen, um die Vermeidung von Konflikten im Weltraum zu besprechen, informiert Jacqueline Feldscher. "The U.S. and Russia have had multiple skirmishes in space, despite the fact that the two nations' civilian space programs work closely together on the International Space Station. (…) Both Russia and the U.S. said they wanted to hold future meetings to make progress on the topic."

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17.03.2021

"EU to US on surveillance: Do as I say, not as I do"

https://www.politico.eu/article/eu-to-us-surveillance-data-flows/

Einige europäische Regierungen versuchten, eine Kontrolle nationaler Überwachungsbefugnisse durch den Gerichtshof der Europäischen Union zu umgehen, schreibt Vincent Manancourt. Gleichzeitig verhandle die EU mit den USA über ein neues Datenabkommen, das von EU-Richtern aus Angst vor amerikanischer Überwachung gekippt wurde. Dieses Verhalten untermauere die Anschuldigung einer europäischen Doppelmoral in Sachen Datenschutz. "On the question of surveillance, it seems it's one rule for the Europe, and another for the United States. (…) 'If EU countries succeed in excluding various intelligence agencies from the control of the Court of Justice of the European Union while the United States remains under its control, I can understand a U.S. position where they will be very frustrated,' said Theodore Christakis, a professor of international and European law at University Grenoble Alpes."

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17.03.2021

"What It Will Take to Break the U.S.-Iran Impasse: A Q&A With Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif"

https://www.politico.com/amp/news/magazine/2021/03/17/iran-nuclear-deal-javad-zarif-qa-476588

Negar Mortazavi spricht mit dem iranischen Außenminister Javad Zarif über Irans Beziehung zu den USA und einer möglichen Rückkehr zum Atomabkommen von 2015. Zarif betonte dabei: "They want a new agreement, (…) they want to talk about the sunset clause, they want to talk about missiles, they want to talk about other issues. That will go nowhere because in the 12 years that we negotiated, from 2003 to 2015, and in the two years that we focused on negotiations, mostly with the Americans, we dealt with all these issues.... Now they want to reopen those discussions, which means another two years of unnecessary discussion. So there's nothing to talk about. (...) The problem with the United States and its Western allies is that when they deal with something and it's not to their 100 percent satisfaction, they want to re-open."

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03.03.2021

"Missing: Has anyone seen Europe's China plan?"

https://www.politico.eu/article/missing-europe-china-diplomacy-economic-plan/

Der EU fehle es an einer China-Strategie, argumentiert Stuart Lau. "Brussels may have declared Beijing a systemic rival, but it hasn't followed that up with concrete countermeasures. (...) 'Over the past few years, Europe has woken up to the strategic challenge posed by the rise of China,' said Boris Ruge, vice chairman of the Munich Security Conference. 'But the EU and its member states still have a long way to go in terms of developing a sophisticated understanding of China and coming together to formulate a response that can be described as strategic.'"

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01.03.2021

"Borrell: EU doesn't have resources to fight disinformation from China"

https://www.politico.eu/article/josep-borrell-eu-doesnt-have-resources-fight-disinfo-china/

Josep Borrell, Hoher Vertreter der Europäischen Union für Außen- und Sicherheitspolitik, habe darauf hingewiesen, dass die EU weder über die Ressourcen noch über die Autorität verfüge, hybride Angriffe aus China effektiv zu bekämpfen, bemerkt Laurens Cerulus. "(…) (W)hile the EU has ramped up its work to debunk disinformation campaigns from Moscow, 'We have very little resources to study disinformation from China.' (…) Hybrid attacks 'have been targeting our democratic values, our information space and even our infrastructure, our critical infrastructure' during the pandemic, he said, calling the global health crisis 'a real testing ground for new hybrid tactics.'"

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09.02.2021

"China's Eastern Europe strategy gets the cold shoulder"

https://www.politico.eu/article/china-xi-jinping-eastern-europe-trade-agriculture-strategy-gets-the-cold-
shoulder/

Sechs von zwölf eingeladenen EU-Staats- und Regierungschefs sind zum einem von China angesetzten Treffen Anfang dieser Woche nicht erschienen. Ein herber Rückschlag für Peking, konstatiert Stuart Lau. Das sogenannte 17+1-Format sei ein Forum, mit dem China über Investitionen seinen Einfluss in Osteuropa stärken wolle. "This charm offensive is starting to fall flat, however. Eastern European countries are increasingly unconvinced that Beijing is really delivering the economic perks they originally imagined. More crucially, there are security relations to consider, along with diplomatic ties to the new administration of U.S. President Joe Biden, who wants to muster a broad diplomatic counterweight to China."

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09.02.2021

"Borrell defends controversial Russia trip, threatens sanctions"

https://www.politico.eu/article/josep-borrell-defends-controversial-russia-trip-threatens-sanctions/

Der EU-Außenbeauftragte Josep Borrell berichtete vor dem Europäischen Parlament von seinem vielfach kritisierten Besuch in Moskau in der vergangenen Woche. Hans von der Burchard fasst die Bemerkungen Borrells zusammen: "'I wanted to test whether the Russian authorities are interested in a serious attempt to reverse the deterioration of our relations (…). The answer has been clear: No, they are not,' Borrell said. (…) Addressing his critics, Borrell also said that Russian authorities 'seek to divide us,' and added: 'This seemed to be a clear objective during my visit. We should not fall into these traps.'"

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04.02.2021

"Macron: EU shouldn't gang up on China with US"

https://www.politico.eu/article/macron-eu-shouldnt-gang-up-on-china-with-u-s/

Präsident Emmanuel Macron warne die EU davor, sich mit den USA gegen China zu verbünden, fasst Rym Momtaz die Äußerungen des französischen Präsidenten während einer Veranstaltung des Atlantic Councils zusammen. "'A situation to join all together against China, this is a scenario of the highest possible conflictuality. This one, for me, is counterproductive,' Macron said (…). This kind of common front against China (…) risks pushing Beijing to lower its cooperation on issues like combatting climate change, and exacerbating its aggressive behavior in Asia, including in the South China Sea, according to the French president."

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29.01.2021

"Why Biden must pursue space diplomacy with Russia and China"

https://www.politico.com/news/2021/01/29/biden-space-diplomacy-russia-china-455963

Elya Taichman plädiert für die Beibehaltung der sogenannten "Artemis Accords" - ein unter der Trump-Administration initiiertes Abkommen über die Zusammenarbeit von Staaten bei der zivilen Erforschung sowie Nutzung des Mondes und anderer Himmelskörper. Weder Russland noch China unterzeichneten das Dokument, sinnvoll sei es dennoch. "The Artemis Accords represent a rare opportunity for diplomacy with two of America's archrivals. (…) Diplomacy may fail. But not trying accomplishes nothing. The Biden Administration should engage both Russia and China in space diplomacy while continuing to assemble a strong and durable Artemis Accords coalition that is prepared to counter America's outer space adversaries should diplomacy fail or the need arise."

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29.01.2021

"Europe gives Biden a one-finger salute"

https://www.politico.eu/article/europe-gives-us-president-joe-biden-a-one-finger-salute/

Matthew Karnitschnig beklagt, dass die EU dem neuen US-Präsidenten bisher keine konkreten Angebote für das von den USA gewünschte "robuste" Auftreten gegenüber China und Russland unterbreitet habe. "Whether Europe’s decision to effectively de-couple from the U.S. foreign policy agenda before Biden’s administration has really even begun is born out of a desire to achieve the dream of 'strategic autonomy,' concern that Donald Trump could return in four years, or some combination thereof may not matter in the end. As the strategic rivalry between the U.S. and China comes into focus, most Europeans profess a desire to stay on the sidelines and remain neutral. But if they believe Europe can become Switzerland, they’re mistaken. A more apt analogy is the 'neutral zone,' the lawless territory that served as a buffer between the major powers in Philip K. Dick’s 'The Man in the High Castle,' a dystopian novel about a world in which the Germans and Japanese had won World War II."

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28.01.2021

"White House shifts from Middle East quagmires to a showdown with China"

https://www.politico.com/news/2021/01/28/biden-china-foreign-policy-463674

US-Präsident Biden sei hinter den Kulissen bereits dabei, einen außenpolitischen Schwenk vom Nahen Osten nach Asien vorzubereiten, berichten Tyler Pager und Natasha Bertrand. "Joe Biden is pivoting to Asia. Just don’t expect him to say so explicitly. National security adviser Jake Sullivan has restructured the National Security staff in the Middle East and Asia directorates — downsizing the team devoted to the Middle East and bulking up the unit that coordinates U.S. policy toward the vast region of the world stretching from the Indian Ocean to the Pacific. The move, which has not been previously reported, is the latest sign that the new administration will prioritize Asia in its foreign policy initiatives. It reflects China’s rapid rise over the last two decades, and the growing concerns among officials and lawmakers across parties about how Beijing’s authoritarian leaders are wielding their newfound muscle."

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27.01.2021

"Fight over Biden Mideast adviser becomes proxy war over Iran policy"

https://www.politico.com/news/2021/01/27/biden-malley-iran-policy-462953

Die Ernennung des neuen Iran-Beauftragten der US-amerikanischen Regierung, Robert Malley, habe eine innenpolitische Kontroverse über den richtigen Umgang der USA mit dem Iran entfacht, erläutert Natasha Bertrand. Robert Malley "has already been thrust into the center of a political fight over the new administration's policy toward Iran - the first of what are likely to be many battles over Biden's dealings in the Middle East. Republicans have accused Malley of being too soft on the Iranian regime and too critical of Israel. And while progressives and current and former colleagues have rallied to his defense, some Democrats have expressed private worries about some of Malley's public comments."

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02.01.2021

"Why an Iran Attack Could Be Biden’s 'Hour One' Crisis"

https://www.politico.com/news/magazine/2021/01/02/why-an-iran-attack-could-be-bidens-hour-one-crisis-4534
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Michael Knights schreibt, dass eine offene Konfrontation der USA mit dem Iran auch durch einen iranischen Racheakt für das Attentat auf General Soleimani ausgelöst werden könnte. "The evidence for a post-Jan. 20 confrontation has been accumulating for some weeks. Iran’s Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei cautioned on December 16 that Iran’s revenge would come 'at its own time and place,' and thus not necessarily under Trump, who has pledged to strike back hard if Americans are harmed. Inside Iraq, the key Iranian-backed militia, Kataib Hezbollah, has warned against revenge attacks until Trump is gone, and even Mohammed al-Hashemi, an Iraqi government envoy sent to Iran, was quoted in Lebanon’s Al-Akhbar newspaper as beseeching Tehran to maintain calm 'until the Biden administration takes over the presidency from Trump.' Iran might restrain its militia partners until the end of the Trump administration but maybe not much beyond."

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19.11.2020

"Biden Must Craft a Foreign Policy for a World the U.S. Doesn’t Rule"

https://www.politico.com/news/magazine/2020/11/19/joe-biden-foreign-policy-iran-china-438276

Aaron David Miller und Richard Sokolsky analysieren mögliche Strategien der neuen US-Außenpolitik unter Präsident Biden. "Tackling China will require time. But fixing things at home and doing some quick alliance repair demand attention now. Call it 'America First' … with a smile."

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