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Wednesday, December 2, 2020
Afghanistan, China, Defense, Democracy, Disinformation, Digital, Economy, Europe, Germany, Health, Migration, Security, Statecraft, UK, US

Must-Reads 
UK/Health
UK approves BioNTech/Pfizer vaccine, ready to use next week, Jillian Deutsch, Politico  
Health
The dangers of vaccine disillusionment, Josh Michaud and Jen Kates, Foreign Affairs   
Economy
Turning Hope Into Reality: OECD Economic Outlook, December 2020  
US
Biden ‘We’re going to fight like hell by investing in America first’, Thomas L. Friedman, New York Times   
US/Migration
Mexican immigrants in the United States, Emma Israel and Jeanne Batalova, Migration Policy Institute 
Germany/Migration – 
A Turkish-German Couple May Save Us From the Virus. So Why Is Germany Uneasy? Anna Sauerbrey, New York Times 
US/Europe/China
Priorities for a transatlantic China strategy, Franklin D. Kramer, Atlantic Council   
US/Afghanistan
The Biden transition and the real impact of U.S. force cuts in Afghanistan, Anthony H. Cordesman, CSIS   
US/Defense
The next national defense strategy, Benjamin Jensen and Nathan Packard, War on the Rocks  
US/Security – 
Is America to be first, second – or what? Victor Davis Hanson, National Review    
Bulgaria/North Macedonia
How to advance a European solution to Bulgaria’s and North Macedonia’s dispute, Goran Buldioski and Vessela Tcherneva, European Council on Foreign Relations   
China/Digital
How should democracies confront China’s digital rise? Weighing the merits of a T-10 alliance, Steven Feldstein   
Statecraft
Women and statecraft history, Seth Center and Emma Bates (eds.), CSIS  
Democracy
The west must live up to its own principles on democracy, Constanze Stelzenmüller, Financial Times   
Disinformation – 
Democratic offense against disinformation, Alina Polyakova and Daniel Fried, CEPA/Atlantic Council 
Europe
Newtonian Europe, The Economist

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