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

Must-Reads
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
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 
Netherlands/EU
The Dutch Don’t Love Europe – and Never Did, Caroline De Gruyter, Foreign Policy 
Afghanistan
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  
Israel
For Netanyahu, normalization deals are a long-await vindication, Jonathan H. Ferziger, Foreign Policy  
Russia
There goes the neighborhood: The limits of Russian integration in Eurasia, Paul Stronski, Carnegie Endowment 
Turkey/China
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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