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Friday, September 25, 2020
China, Disinformation, Eastern Mediterranean, EU, Europe, Health, Ireland, Middle East, Nordics, Russia, Serbia, Technology, UK, US

Must-Reads  
US
The Election That Could Break America, Barton Gellman, The Atlantic 
US
The Blob Meets the Heartland, William J. Burns, The Atlantic 
US – 
America’s Global Retreat and the Ensuing Strategic Vacuum, Ariel Cohen, Center for Global Policy 
Middle East
The Middle East’s New Map, Robert D. Kaplan, National Interest 
US/EU/China – 
The Real Strategic End Game in Decoupling From China, Valbona Zeneli and Joseph Vann, The Diplomat 
Europe/Health – 
Increased transmission of COVID-19 in the EU/EEA and the UK – twelfth update, European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control 
EU/Disinformation
The EU’s role in fighting disinformation: Crafting a disinformation framework, James Pamment, Carnegie Endowment  
Ireland/UK
A terrible border is reborn? Ireland and a no-deal Brexit, Daniel Keohane, Centre for European Reform 
Europe
Why Europe Wins, Andrew Moravcsik, Foreign Policy  
Europe/Russia
Russia and Europe: Stuck on autopilot, Andrew S. Weiss, Carnegie Endowment   
Eastern Mediterranean
Solving the Eastern Mediterranean crisis requires compromise, Matthew Bryza, Atlantic Council   
China/Nordics/Technology – 
Chinese technology acquisitions in the Nordic region, Heather A. Conley, James A. Lewis and Max Shafron, CSIS   
China/Serbia
Becoming a Chinese client state: The case of Serbia, Heather A. Conley et al., CSIS   
US/Europe
How Is the U.S. Military Pivoting in Europe? Jonathan Masters, CFR   

Book Shelf 
Robert S. Litwak,
Managing Global Risks, Woodrow Wilson Center 

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