Your Monday Briefing : What you should know for Monday, December 28

In politics stupidity is not a handicap. Napoleon Bonaparte


Azra Isakovic

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Your Monday Briefing: What you should know for Monday, December 28

Vaccinations – E.U.’s Mass Vaccination Campaign Starts, With Nursing Homes as Focus by Melissa Eddy et Marc Santora | New York Times

The World in 2021 – A difficult year looms for the European Union | The Economist

The World in 2021 – The Chinese Communist Party turns 100 | The Economist

EU🇪🇺/#UK🇬🇧/ Brexit trade deal explained: the key parts of the landmark agreement  | Financial Times

EU🇪🇺/#UK🇬🇧/ EU member states begin process to approve Brexit trade deal | Financial Times

EU🇪🇺/#UK🇬🇧/ The draft EU-UK Trade and Cooperation Agreement | European Commission

Ideas: The Triumph of Kleptocracy, by Franklin Foer | The Atlantic

The Good Son, by Franklin Foer | The Atlantic

2020 Is a Hinge of History  Hal Brands, Bloomberg

America’s History of Luck Is Running Out  Stephen Walt, Foreign Policy

The Many Questions That Follow the Brexit Agreement  Economist

Ethiopia’s War Casts a Shadow Over Sudan  Nasr Eddin al-Tayib, Worldcrunch

Foundation of a Russian Protectorate  Vladimir Socor, Jamestown

America Needs a Defense Authorization Act  James Jay Carafano, Heritage

5 Foreign Policy Stories to Watch in 2021  James Lindsay, Council on Foreign Relations

A Deal to End Brexit Delusions  Martin Wolf, Financial Times

No Telling Whether Brexit Deal Is Good  Stephen Bush, New Statesman

Small Print of Brexit Deal Is Reassuring  Steven Barrett, Spectator

A Win for Boris, for Now  Charlie Cooper, Politico EU

Tory Activists Give Early Thumbs-Up to Brexit Deal  P. Goodman, Cons. Home

The Brexit War Is Over  Richard Littlejohn, Daily Mail