Thursday, November 19, 2020
Afghanistan, Baltics, Digital, Economy, EU, Europe, Finance, Health, Inequality, Iran, Nuclear, Russia,
South Caucasus, Turkey, US

Featured Podcast
How will Biden change U.S. foreign policy? Daniel S. Hamilton, Carlota García Encina, Heather Conley, Jeffrey H. Michaels, Charles Powell, Elcano Royal Institute

HealthWhat you need to know about coronavirus vaccines in Europe, Jillian Deutsch, Politico  
HealthVaccine Apartheid, Jayati Ghosh, Project Syndicate
Health/Baltics – Bubble trouble: Estonia and the coronavirus crisis, Viljar Veebel, ECFR  
Nuclear – Nuclear Command and Civilian Control: Civil-Military Relations and the Use of Nuclear Weapons, Alice Hunt Friend, Reja Younis, Defense 360
USShould America still police the world? Daniel Immerwahr, New Yorker  
US – How to Defeat Disinformation: An Agenda for the Biden Administration, Nina Jankowicz. Foreign Affairs
USThe significance of an interceptor missile launched from an American warship, The Economist  
US/AfghanistanFailed reporting and analysis of the Afghan peace process, Anthony H. Cordesman, CSIS  
US/EuropeEurope to Joe Biden: It’s Not All Sugar and Spice, Josef Joffe, American Purpose
US/Europe/IranRenewing transatlantic strategy on Iran, Ellie Geranmayeh, Barbara Slavin, and Sahil Shah, Atlantic Council  
Inequality/EconomyHow to fix economic inequality? Peterson Institute for International Economics
Digital/FinanceEnduring cyber threats and emerging challenges to the financial sector, Adrian Nish, Saher Naumaan, and James Muir, Carnegie Endowment
UK/EUAs Brexit pressure builds, EU red lines shine bright, David M. Herszenhorn and Barbara Moens, Politico  
Russia/Turkey/South Caucasus – After Russia’s Nagorno-Karabakh ceasefire, could Turkey step up next for lasting peace? Kemal Kirisci and Behlül Özkan, Brookings  
EU/South Caucasus – What Role for Europe in the New Post-War Caucasus? Thomas de Waal, Carnegie Europe

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