Tuesday, April 7, 2020
China, Eastern Europe, EU, Global, Greece, Migration, Poland, Syria, Turkey, US, Western Balkans

Featured Study
The Transatlantic Economy 2020: Jobs, Trade and Investment – Enduring Ties That Bind, Daniel S. Hamilton and Joseph P. Quinlan, Johns Hopkins University SAIS

Global - The Pandemic Will Accelerate History Rather Than Reshape It, Richard Haass, Foreign Affairs
Syria/Turkey/Greece/MigrationThe Refugee Drama in Syria, Turkey, and Greece, Sinem Adar, Steffen Angenendt, Muriel Asseburg, Raphael Bossong, David Kipp, SWP 

Eastern EuropeCoronavirus in the EU’s Eastern Neighborhood, Cristina Gherasimov, German Council of Foreign Relations
Poland - Polish government rams through electoral system changes, Zosia Wanat, Politico
EU - Old Divisions Threaten Europe’s Economic Response to the Coronavirus, Erik Jones, Foreign Affairs
EUAn Eroding European Union, Heather A. Conley, Center for Strategic & International Studies
EU - Love thy neighbour? Coronavirus politics and their impact on EU freedoms and rule of law in the Schengen Area, Sergio Carrera, Ngo Chun Luk, Centre for Europan Policy Studies
US - National Coronavirus Response: A Roadmap to Reopening, Scott Gottlieb, Caitlin Rivers, Mark B. McClellan, Lauren Silvis, Crystal Watson, American Enterprise Institute
US - After the Pandemic: Can the United States Finally Retool for the Twenty-First Century? Edward Alden, Brookings

US/Western Balkans - Washington Fiddles in the Balkans While COVID Flames Engulf the World, James Pardew, The Hill
China - Consider the Possibility That Trump Is Right About China, Nadia Schadlow, The Atlantic

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