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Friday, September 4, 2020
Belarus, Digital, Europe, EU, Globalization, Kosovo, Middle East, Migration, Montenegro, Nuclear, Russia, Security, Southeastern Europe, US

Note: The Must-Reads will return on Tuesday, September 9 following U.S. Labor Day holiday. Enjoy the weekend safely!

Must-Reads  
BelarusThe Belarusian Kids Are Alright, Slawomir Sierakowski, Project Syndicate 
Belarus
Lukashenko is no longer president of Belarus, Linas Linkevicius, Politico  
Belarus
The Trump Administration Has Gone AWOL On Belarus, Daniel B. Baer, Foreign Policy 
Kosovo – 
Trump Has a Fix for Kosovo. He’s Ignoring It, Edward P. Joseph, Foreign Policy  
Montenegro
The Winds of Political Change in Montenegro, Heather A. Conley and Dejana Saric, CSIS  
Southeastern Europe/Migration
Southeastern Europe Looks to Engage its Diaspora to Offset the Impact of Depopulation, Silviu Kondan, Migration Policy Institute 
Europe
E3 Cooperation Beyond Brexit: Challenging but Necessary, Alice Billon-Galland and Richard G Whitman, Chatham House  
Russia
Russia in the Asia-Pacific: Less Than Meets the Eye, Eugene Rumer, Richard Sokolsky, Aleksanda Vladicic, Carnegie  
US/Globalization – 
Restoring US trust in globalization, Joshua P Meltzer and Neena Shenai, Brookings  
US/Middle East – 
The Middle East Just Doesn’t Matter as Much Any Longer, Aaron David Miller and Richard Sokolsky, Politico  
Digital – 
The Razor’s Edge: Liberalizing the Digital Surveillance Ecosystem, Kara Frederick, CNAS
Nuclear
Toward a More proliferated World? The Geopolitical Forces that will Shape the Spread of Nuclear Weapons, Eric Brewer et al., CSIS 
Security
Hypersonic Weapons: Background and Issues for Congress, Kelley M. Sayler, Congressional Research Service  
Security – 
The Helsinki Process and its applicability: Towards regional security-building in the Persian Gulf, Mikael Wigell, Mika Aaltola and Mariette Hägglund, FIIA  

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