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Thursday, October 29, 2020
Afghanistan, Central and Eastern Europa, Defense, Digital, EU, Europe, Kosovo, Moldova, NATO, Russia, Serbia, South Caucasus, US, Western Balkans

Must-Reads
US
How to Bring American Diplomacy Back from the Brink, Joaquin Castro, Foreign Affairs  
US
Trump Killed the Pax Americana, Paul Krugman, The New York Times  
US – 
A List of Specific, Actionable Foreign Policy Ideas for the Next President, Madiha Afzal et al., Brookings  
US/Western Balkans
How Trump Lost the Balkans, Edward P. Joseph, Foreign Policy
US/Afghanistan
Afghanistan: The Peace Negotiations Have Become an Extension of War by Other Means, Anthony H. Cordesman, CSIS   
NATO
NATO’s Response to Covid-19: Lessons for Resilience and Readiness, Giovanna De Maio, Brookings  
Digital – 
The Internet of Bodies: Opportunities, Risks, and Governance, Mary Lee, Benjamin Boudreaux, Ritika Chaturvedi, Sasha Romanosky, Bryce Downing, RAND
Digital/Central and Eastern Europe
Digitalization in Central and Eastern Europe: Building Regional Cooperation, Paula J. Dobriansky, Maciej Witucki, Jörn Fleck, and Eileen Kannengeiser, Atlantic Council  
Digital/EU
When Sovereignty Leads and Cyber Law Follows, Paul Timmers, Encompass
EU/Defense – 
EU seals accord to let third countries into future joint military projects, Alexandra Brzozowski, Euractiv 
EU
EU Strategic Autonomy: A Reality Check for Europe’s Global Agenda, Niklas Helwig, Finnish Institute of International Affairs   
Europe
Geopolitical Europe in times of Covid-19, Mark Leonard, Europe’s Futures 
Moldova
Transatlantic Take 360: Moldova’s Pivotal Presidential Election, Jonathan Katz, GMF   
Kosovo/Serbia
Twin Crises: Political Dysfunction in the Kosovo-Serbia Dialogue, Engjellushe Morina, European Council on Foreign Relations   
Russia
The Geopoliticization of Russian Politics, Stefan Meister, Internationale Politik Quarterly  
Russia/South Caucasus
Russia on Nagorno-Karabakh conflict: Calculated Neutrality, Katarzyna Chawrylo, Centre for Eastern Studies (OSW)   

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