Thursday, March 5, 2020
Africa, Belarus, China, Digital, Europe, Global, Health, Iran, Romania, Russia, Security, Syria, Turkey, US

Global/Security - Why Arms Control Is (Almost) Dead, Ulrich Kühn, Carnegie Europe
GlobalMultilateralism, Hanns Maull, Stiftung Wissenschauft und Politik
Global/HealthGlobal trade impact of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) Epidemic, Division on International Trade and Commodities, UNCTAD

US/Europe/Digital - Digital divide? Transatlantic defence cooperation on AI, Simona S. Soare, European Union Institute for Security Studies
US/Health - We Need Hard Decoupling, Andrew A. Michta, The American Interest
Europe/US/Turkey - Relations with Turkey Are Putting the Political Cohesion of the Atlantic Alliance Through the Mill, Alexandra de Hoop Scheffer, German Marshall Fund
Europe/Climate - A European carbon border tax: much pain, little gain, Ben McWilliams, Georg Zachmann, Bruegel
Europe/US/Defense - Europe’s defense debate is all about America, Barbara Kunz, War on the Rocks
Europe - Europe must stand with Turkey over Putin’s war crimes in Syria, George Soros, Financial Times
EU/China - Should the EU develop ‘European Champions’ to fend off Chinese competition? John Springford, Centre for European Reform
Turkey/SyriaBattlefield tomorrow, Michal Harmata, The Center for European Policy Analysis
Africa - The African Continental Free Trade Area, Evita Schmeig, Stiftung Wissenschauft und Politik
China/Health - How Coronavirus Beat Big Brother in China, Leonid Kovachich, Carnegie Moscow Center
Russia/Belarus - Entering Buildings Through Back Doors: The Case of Belarus Policy, Grigory Ioffe, The Jamestown Foundation
Russia - Behind Moscow’s Arms Control Offensive, Stephen Blank, The Jamestown Foundation
Iran What to Do About Iran: Regional activities and the JCPOA, Edward P. Joseph, Real Clear World
Romania - The step-by-step revolution, Cătălin Teniţă, The Wilson Quarterly

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