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Friday, September 18, 2020
Belarus, Energy, France, Germany, Global, Global Economy, Middle East, Migration, NATO, Russia, Technology, Turkey, US

Must-Reads  
Global
Four scenarios for geopolitical order in 2025-2030: What will great power competition look like? Samuel Brannen, CSIS  
Global Economy
Economic Diplomacy in the era of Great Powers, Linda Yueh, Chatham House  
Energy
The new energy order: Is it the end of the oil age? The Economist 
France/Turkey – 
France vs. Turkey: A Showdown in the Mediterranean Is Brewing, Henri J. Barkey, National Interest 
US
Worldwide Threats to the Homeland, Statement of Christopher A. Wray, Director, Federal Bureau of Investigation before the Committee on Homeland Security, U.S. House of Representatives  
US
Worldwide Threats to the Homeland, Statement of Christopher Miller, Director, National Counterterrorism Center, Office of the Director of National Intelligence, before the Committee on Homeland Security, U.S. House of Representatives  
US/Middle East
Trump’s latest Middle East diplomatic deal: Triumph or travesty? Spencer Bokat Lindell, New York Times  
US/NATO – 
The overlooked importance of economics: why the Bush administration wanted NATO enlargement, Liviu Horovitz and Elias Götz, Journal of Strategic Studies 
US/Germany – 
Return Of Forces From Germany? Peter R. Mansoor, Hoover Institution
Germany/Energy – 
What Merkel Doesn’t Get about Nord Stream 2 – Jimmy Quinn, National Review  
Bulgaria – 
Bulgaria — and Borissov — have passed the point of no return, James W. Pardew, Politico 
Europe/Technology – 
Assessment of 5G Deployment Status in Europe, European Roundtable of Industry 
Europe/Migration
Europe’s Migration Compromise, The Economist 
Belarus – 
Belarus: Is there a way out of the crisis? Sabine Fischer and Astrid Sahm, German Institute for International and Security Affairs, SWP  
Belarus/Russia – 
Putin’s strategy on Belarus, András Rácz, DGAP  
Belarus/Russia
Moscow divided on when or even whether Lukashenka must go, Paul Goble, The Jamestown Foundation  

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