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Monday, March 9, 2020
Afghanistan, Black Sea, China, Digital, Energy, EU, Global,
Health, Iran, Italy, North Korea, Russia, Syria, Trade, US

Must-Reads
Global - The Best Foreign Policy Puts Women at the Center, Rachel Vogelstein, Jamille Bigio, Rebecca Turkington, Foreign Affairs
Health - How the coronavirus crisis is a dress rehearsal for combatting climate change, Robert E. Hunter, Responsible Statecraft
Health/Italy - Italy’s Coronavirus Response Is a Warning From the Future, Rachel Donadio, The Atlantic
Health/Italy - This Is Life Under Lockdown in Italy, Tim Parks, New York Times
Trade/China - 2019 Report to Congress On China’s WTO Compliance, United States Trade Representative
Trade/Russia - 2019 Report on the Implementation and Enforcement of Russia’s WTO Commitments, United States Trade Representative
Russia Combating the global disinformation threat, Alina Polyakova, Center for European Policy Analysis
Black Sea - Black Sea conflicts: Militarization and peacebuilding, Ketevan Murusidze, Natia Chankvetadze, Middle East Institute
US/Afghanistan - Trump’s peace deal with the Taliban is a sham. Here are two honest alternatives, Tom Malinowski, Washington Post
US/Afghanistan Getting Afghanistan to Peace Will Require Persistent U.S. Engagement, Earl Anthony Wayne and Hugo Llorens, CSIS
US/Iran - Iran May Be Eyeing the United States’ Soft Underbelly, Ryan C. Berg, Colin P. Clarke
Energy - Oil crash: Why Saudi Arabia has started a global crude price war, Anjli Raval and David Sheppard, Financial Times
EU/Digital - The EU’s new digital and data strategy: condemned to fail, Matthias Bauer, Encompass
EU/Syria - No-fly zone flop undermines EU’s grand ambitions, Jacopo Barigazzi and Rym Montaz, Politico
EU/North Korea - What’s wrong with the EU policy towards North Korea and how to fix it, Tereza Novotná, Friends of Europe

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