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Monday, October 5, 2020
China, Conflict, Digital, Eastern Mediterranean, EU, Georgia, Germany, Global, Health, Nuclear, Russia, Security, Technology, UK, US, Venezuela, Western Balkans

Featured Article  
Thirty Years of German Unity: Europe Whole and Free? Daniel S. Hamilton, Der Standard [
English] [German

Must-Reads  
Global/Conflict – 
The World That War Has Made, Margaret MacMillan, Wall Street Journal 
US
The Point of No Return: The 2020 Election and the Crisis of American Foreign Policy, Thomas Wright, Lowy Institute  
US/EU/Venezuela
Synchronizing with Europe on the Venezuela Crisis, Paul J. Angelo, Council on Foreign Relations 
US/Western Balkans – 
Greater U.S. Investment in the Western Balkans Could Spur Regional Reconciliation, Paul McCarthy Paul Prososki, National Interest 
Georgia
Georgia’s Doomed Sea Port Ambitions: Geopolitics of the Cancelled Anaklia Project, Maximilian Hess and Maia Otarashvili, Foreign Policy Research Institute 
Eastern Mediterranean – 
Is There a Still Way Forward to Cooperation in the Eastern Mediterranean? Aylin Ünver Noi, Mediterranean Citizens’ Assembly Foundation 
Nuclear
A ReSTART for U.S.–Russian Nuclear Arms Control: Enhancing Security Through Cooperation, Pranay Vaddi and James M. Acton, CSIS 
Health/Germany
COVID-19 Has Democratic Lessons to Teach. Has Angela Merkel Helped Germany to Learn Them? Ian Beacock, Sudha David-Wilp and Heidi Tworek, GMF 
Russia
The Kremlin Takes On a Resurrected Navalny, Alexander Baunov, Carnegie Moscow  
Russia
Lubyanka Federation: How the FSB Determines the Politics and Economics of Russia, Atlantic Council 
UK/EU
What Happens if There’s No Brexit Trade Deal? Politico 
UK/China
UK-China Relations: From Gold to Dust, Thomas des Garets Geddes, The Diplomat 
China
The Future of Chinese Power, Michael Schuman, The Atlantic 
China
China’s Geopolitics are Pumped Up by its Economic Success, Graham Allison, Financial Times 
Technology – 
Two Western Roads to Regulating Artificial Intelligence, Meredith Broadbent, CSIS 
Digital/Security
The Politics of Internet Security: Private Industry and the Future of the Web, Justin Sherman, Atlantic Council 

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