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Monday, September 21, 2020
Belarus, Black Sea, China, Corruption, Democracy, Europe, EU, Finance, Germany, Iran, NATO, Russia, Security, Technology, Trade, UK, US

Featured News  
I am pleased to announce that I have joined the Woodrow Wilson Center as the Austrian Marshall Plan Foundation Distinguished Fellow and Director of its Global Europe Program. I continue my affiliation with Johns Hopkins SAIS, co-leading its postdoctoral program on The United States, Europe and World Order.  

Featured Article  
NATO
American Support for NATO is Strong – But There is a Wrinkle, Daniel S. Hamilton, Woodrow Wilson Center 

Must-Reads  
US 
How RBG's death could radicalize American politics, Ryan Lizza, Politico 
Democracy – 
Autocratization Surges – Resistance Grows: Democracy Report 2020, Varieties of Democracy (V-Dem) 
Finance/Corruption
Global banks defy U.S. crackdowns by serving oligarchs, criminals and terrorists, International Consortium of Investigative Journalists 
Technology
An Allied Approach to Semiconductor Leadership, Stephen Ezell, ITIF 
Security – 
The Decline of Deterrence, Andrew F. Krepinevich, CNAS 
China/Black Sea
China and the Black Sea Region: A Bridge Too Far? Richard Weitz, Middle East Institute 
Europe/US/China
Europe, the US and China: A love-hate triangle, Sophia Besch, Ian Bond and Leonard Schuette, Centre for European Reform  
EU
Emerging Europe and the capital markets union, Alexander Lehmann, Bruegel  
Germany/EU/Migration
Merkel losing her patience with lack of EU solidarity, Katrin Elger et al., Der Spiegel  
Germany/Russia
Pipeline Politics Tests Merkel’s Mettle, Josef Joffe, Wall Street Journal  
Belarus/Russia
Why Putin hasn’t won the game in Belarus, Eva Hartog, Politico  
US
The endless fantasy of American power, Andrew Bacevich, Foreign Affairs  
US/Iran
Trump’s Policies have convinced Iran to build a more advanced nuclear program before negotiating, Vali Nasr, Foreign Policy  
US/UK/Trade
Do you think the UK really cares about getting a US trade deal? Sam Lowe, Centre for European Reform  
NATO
The road to war within NATO, Thomas Trask and Jonathan Ruhe, National Interest  

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