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Thursday, April 2, 2020
Afghanistan, Climate, Economy, EU, Europe, Global, Hungary, Russia, Technology, US

Featured Studies
The Transatlantic Economy 2020: Executive Summary, Daniel S. Hamilton and Joseph P. Quinlan, Johns Hopkins University SAIS
China’s New Silk Road, Kristina Spohr and Faruk Ajeti, New Statesman

Must-Reads
Global Coronavirus reveals the dread of a ‘non-polar’ world, Janan Ganesh, Financial Times
Global - How Coronavirus Could Destroy the Western Multilateral Order, Paul Mason, New Statesman
Global/Economy - How to Pandemic-Proof Globalization, Shannon K. O’Neil, Foreign Affairs
Europe/US - The coronavirus gulf dividing Europe and America, Simon Kuper, Financial Times
Europe Some possible consequences of Covid-19, Jonathan Faull, Encompass
Russia - Putin and the COVID crisis: Instability as opportunity, Iain King, Rachel Ellehuus, Center for Strategic & International Studies
Russia - Unstable Russia, Andey Pertsev, Carnegie Moscow Center
Russia/China/FinanceA New Invisible Hand: Authoritarian Corrosive Capital and the Repurposing of Democracy, Martin Hála, National Endowment for Democracy
EU/Climate - The European green deal after corona, Milan Elkerbout, Christian Egenhofer, Jorge Nūnez Ferrer, Mihnea Catuti, Irina Kustova, Vasileios Rizos, Center for European Policy Studies

Climate - The environmental upside of the virus shows the green way ahead, Monica Medino, Miro Corenha, The Washington Post
Technology/US - National Security Commission on Artificial Intelligence, First Quarter Recommendations
US/Afghanistan - Can America Trust the Taliban to Prevent Another 9/11? David Petraeus and Vance Serchuk, Foreign Affairs
Hungary - The shocking ’coronavirus coup’ in Hungary was a wake-up call, Daniel B. Baer, Foreign Policy
Hungary - No more lines to cross: The Hungarian government’s emergency measures, European Council on Foreign Relations

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