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Wednesday, October 7, 2020
China, EU, Europe, Germany, NATO, North Korea, Poland, Russia, Technology, Trade, US, Western Balkans

Must-Reads  
Technology – 
State of AI Report, Nathan Benaich and Ian Hogarth  
Technology/US/China – 
Techno-nationalism and diplomacy: The US-China race to reshape alliances, institutions and standards, Alex Capri, Hinrich Foundation 
China/Trade – 
The great uncoupling: one supply chain for China, one for everywhere else, Kathrin Hille, Financial Times 
US
A Bipartisan Foreign Policy Is Still Possible, Chris Coons, Foreign Affairs  
US/Russia – 
Russia Can Interfere Only if We Let It, Fiona Hill, New York Times
US/Europe – 
Together or Alone? Choices and Strategies for Transatlantic Relations for 2021 and Beyond, Transatlantic Task Force, German Marshall Fund of the United States/Bundeskanzler Helmut Schmidt Stiftung 
US/Europe/China
Complicated but Necessary: Transatlantic Policy Approach toward China, Heather A. Conley and Bonnie S. Glaser, CSIS   
EU – 
Schengen will survive the pandemic - the single market may not, Camino Mortera-Martinez, Encompass 
EU/Western Balkans – 
An Economic and Investment Plan for the Western Balkans, European Commission 
Conflict – 
From Blurred Lines to Red Lines How Countermeasures and Norms Shape Hybrid Conflict, Louk Faesen, et al., Hague Center for Strategic Studies 
NATO/China – 
Enlisting NATO to Address the China Challenge, Carisa Nietsche, Jim Townsend and Andrea Kendall-Taylor, CNAS 
Germany/Poland
The Provincial German-Polish Relationship, Piotr Buras, European Council on Foreign Relations  
Russia/North Korea
Behind the Hype: Russia’s Stance on North Korea, Andrei Lankov, Carnegie Moscow   

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