Thursday, March 26, 2020
China, Defense, Economy, Europe, Germany, Health, Iran, Kosovo, Middle East, Migration, Nordics, North Africa, Norway, Security, Terrorism, UK, US

Featured Study
The Transatlantic Economy 2020 - Daniel S. Hamilton and Joseph P. Quinlan, Foreign Policy Institute, Johns Hopkins University SAIS

Health - How the pandemic will end, Ed Yong, The Atlantic
Health/Migration - Five Ways COVID-19 Is Changing Global Migration, Erol Yayboke, CSIS

Health/EconomyVirus to reduce world trade by a fifth in 2020, Capital Economics
Economy US exports to the EU still three times higher than to China, Rúben Castro,
US - The Good, The Bad, and the Ugly in the Two-Trillion-Dollar Stimulus, John Cassidy, New Yorker
UK - Brexit is not immune to coronavirus, Amanda Sloat, Brookings
Europe/TerrorismThe Right-wing Terrorism Threat in Europe, Seth G. Jones, Catrina Doxsee, Nicholas Harrington, CSIS
Kosovo - Kosovans look on aghast as government falls while coronavirus bites, Shaun Walker, The Guardian
Germany/China - Germany’s Strategic Gray Zone With China, Noah Barkin, Carnegie Endowment
Nordics/Security - The Nordics and the New European Security Architecture, Björn Fägersten (ed.), Swedish Institute of International Affairs
Norway/DefenseEnhancing deterrence and defence on NATO's northern flank: Allied perspectives on strategic options for NorwayJames Black, Stephen Flanagan, Gene Germanovich, Ruth Harris, David Ochmanek, Marina Favaro, Katerina Galai, Emily Ryen Gloinson, RAND
Iran/Middle East - The evolution of the revolution: The changing nature of Iran’s Axis of Resistance, Kenneth Pollack, The American Enterprise Institute
Middle East/North Africa - Brookings experts on the implications of COVID-19 for the Middle East and North Africa, Tarik M. Yousef, Ranj Alaaldin, Geneive Abdo, Ali Fatahollah-Nejad, Omar H. Rahman, Yasmina Abouzzohour, Galip Dalay, Nader Kabbani, Adel Abdel Ghafar, Noha Aboueldahab, Brookings Institution

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