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Thursday, October 8, 2020
Belarus, Canada, Caucasus, China, Climate Change, Digital, Eastern Mediterranean, EU, Health, Iran, Kyrgyzstan, Middle East, Multilateralism, Nuclear, Russia, Technology, 

Must-Reads
Health
Improving Pandemic Preparedness: Lessons from COVID-19, Council on Foreign Relations Task Force 
Technology
We are Approaching the Fastest, Deepest and Most Consequential Technological Disruption in History, Tony Seba and James Arbib, Fast Company 
Digital
Investigation into Competition in Digital Markets, Majority Staff Report, Subcommittee on Antitrust, Commercial and Administrative Law of the Committee on the Judiciary, U.S. House of Representatives 
Digital
How Best to Regulate Big Tech, The Economist   
Belarus
Belarus: International isolation and Further Protests, Kamil Klysiński, OSW  
Belarus
The West has no offer for Belarus, Jędrzej Bielecki, Rzeczpospolita/Forum.eu 
Caucasus
The Caucasus Burns While Europe Struggles, Thomas de Waal, Carnegie Europe 
Kyrgyzstan
The Scramble for Power in Kyrgyzstan, Alexander Gabuev and Temur Umarov, Carnegie Moscow   
Russia/Health
The Coronavirus Crisis Undercuts Russia’s Geopolitical Ambitions, Pavel K. Baev, The Jamestown Foundation  
EU/Eastern Mediterranean
The EU and the Eastern Mediterranean Flashpoint, Luigi Scazzieri, Centre for European Reform   
EU/US/Climate Change
Greening the Transatlantic Relationship, Connie Hedegaard  
Germany/Energy – 
US fracked LNG and Russian gas via Nord Stream 2: Germany’s double game heats up both geopolitics and the climate, Andy Gheorghiu, Energy Transition 
Multilateralism – 
Competing for Order: Confronting the Long Crisis of Multilateralism, Bruce Jones and Susana Malcorra, Brookings   
Canada/Nuclear – 
Canada Has a Nuclear History, Too, Eh? Susan Colbourn and Timothy Andrews Sayle, Wilson Center   
Middle East
The Abraham Accords: An Invitation to Rethink the Arab-Israeli Conflict, Gil Murciano, German Institute for International Security Affairs (SWP)   
Iran
Iran’s Foreign Policy: Buying Time Until the US Presidential Elections, Finnish Institute of International Affairs, Mariette Hägglund   
China
What Happens When China Leads the World, Michael Schuman, The Atlantic  

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