Your Tuesday Briefing What you should know for Tuesday, December 29

The modern conservative is engaged in one of man’s oldest exercises in moral philosophy;
that is, the search for a superior moral justification for selfishness.

John Kenneth Galbraith

Azra Isakovic

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Your Tuesday Briefing What you should know for Tuesday, December 29

Covid19 – The Threat of Authoritarianism in the U.S. is Very Real, and Has Nothing To Do With Trump | Glenn Greenwald

Covid19 –  Des reconfinements locaux envisagés après les fêtes |  Les Echos

Trump Weighed Naming Election Conspiracy Theorist as Special Counsel | New York Times

Books – The Habsburgs by Martyn Rady review – negative genetic feedback loop, by John Gallagher | The Guardian

Updating the Strategic Canon for a Sinocentric Era  John Sullivan, War on the Rocks

A Key to Johnson’s Triumph Over Europe  Paul Goodman, Conservative Home

The Vast Gulf Between Scotland and England  Iain Pope, The Scotsman

Old Man Trudeau and a Pack of Newbies  Shannon Proudfoot, Maclean’s

What Canada’s Conservative Leader Must Do  Kelly McParland, National Post

The 7 Secrets of 2020  Yanis Varoufakis, Project Syndicate

Russia🇷🇺/Baltic – Building Trust Between Russia and the Baltic Sea Region by Per Carlsen | Carnegie Russia

China/Diplomacy Year in a Word: Wolf Warrior  Tom Mitchell, Financial Times

Preventing a Crisis With North Korea  Victor Cha, CSIS

The Next Pandemic May Be Closer Than You Think  Jörg Phil Friedrich, Worldcrunch

China Wades Into Nepal’s Political Crisis  Sudha Ramachandran, The Diplomat

Capital markets – Global banks generate record $125bn fee haul in 2020 | Financial Times

US🇺🇸 – Biden Must End the Forever Wars By David Klion | The Nation

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