Thursday, September 17, 2020
Afghanistan, China, Digital, Economy, Employment, Energy, Europe, EU, France, Germany, Health, Israel, Middle East, Netherlands, Nuclear, Russia, Turkey, US

US – 
Divided We Stand: Democrats and Republicans Diverge on US Foreign Policy, Results of the 2020 Chicago Council Survey of American Public Opinion, Dina Smeltz, et al., Chicago Council on Global Affairs 
Nuclear Weapons: It’s Time for Sole Purpose, Steven Pifer, National Interest 
Nuclear/Germany/France – 
Switching Umbrellas in Berlin? The Implications of Franco-German Nuclear Cooperation, Barbara Kunz, Washington Quarterly 
Germany/China/Economy –  
China, Once Germany’s Partner in Growth, Turns Into a Rival,Tom Fairless, Wall Street Journal 
Germany/US/Energy – 
Germany offered €1bn for gas terminals in exchange for US lifting NS2 sanctions, Guy Chazan, Financial Times
US/Europe – 
The World Still Needs a United West: How Europe and the United States Can Renew Their Alliance, David McKean and Bart M. J. Szewczyk, Foreign Affairs 
US/EU/Digital – 
US should seize chance to end data-sharing stand-off, Dominique Shelton Leipzig, Financial Times 
The Dutch Don’t Love Europe – and Never Did, Caroline De Gruyter, Foreign Policy 
The fate of women’s rights in Afghanistan, John R. Allen and Vanda Felbab-Brown, Brookings  
US/Middle East
Judging the impact of U.S. force reductions in Afghanistan, Iraq and Syria, Anthony H. Cordesman, CSIS  
For Netanyahu, normalization deals are a long-await vindication, Jonathan H. Ferziger, Foreign Policy  
There goes the neighborhood: The limits of Russian integration in Eurasia, Paul Stronski, Carnegie Endowment 
Erdogan is turning Turkey into a Chinese client state, Ayca Alemdaroglu and Sultan Tepe, Foreign Policy  
Health/Employment – 
COVID outcomes update: Health and employment impacts in the US compared to other countries, Harry J Holzer, Brookings  

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