Monday, May 4, 2020
Africa, Central Europe, China, Eastern Europe, Economy, EU, Eurasia, Finance, Germany,
Global, Health, Mediterranean, Mexico, Nuclear, Trade, UK, US

Health - COVID-19: Global Cases, Johns Hopkins University

Global - The Pandemic Isn’t Changing Everything, Ruchir Sharma, New York Times
Global - Salvaging globalisation, Mark Leonard, European Council on Foreign Relations
Global - The World Order Is Dead. Here’s How to Build a New One for a Post-Coronavirus Era, Edward Fishman, Politico
Global/USFears rise that Trump will incite a global vaccine brawl, Nahal Toosi and Natasha Bertrand, Politico
Global/US - Trump’s New Marshall Plan, James Jay Carafano, National Interest
US/Mexico - The U.S. wants Mexico to keep its defense and health-care factories open. Mexican workers are getting sick and dying, Kevin Sieff, Washington Post
ChinaGlobal Backlash Builds Against China Over Coronavirus, Steven Erlanger, New York Times
China/EurasiaChina faces wave of calls for debt relief on ‘Belt and Road’ projects, James Kynge and Sun Yu, Financial Times
Eastern Europe/Mediterranean/Africa - The Coronavirus Is Creating a Crisis on Europe’s Borders, Sinan Ulgen, Foreign Policy
Central/Eastern Europe - Coronavirus in Central and Eastern Europe – will the lockdown become a cage? Veronica Anghel, Encompass
UK/US/TradeUK trade talks with US begin Tuesday, Emilio Casalicchio and Doug Palmer, Politico
Germany/Nuclear - German Social Democrats tell Trump to take US nukes home, Matthew Karnitschnig, Politico
EU/Economy/Finance - The monetary response to the pandemic emergency, Philip R. Lane, European Central Bank
EUEU members clash over state aid as richer countries inject more cash, Sam Fleming and Javier Espinoza, Financial Times
EU - Covid-19 and the Search for an Ambitious EU Recovery Fund, Donatienne Ruy, Heather A. Conley, Center for Strategic & International Studies

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