Tuesday, May 12, 2020
Arctic, China, Conflict, Defense, Economy, EU, France, Trade, Russia, UK, US, Western Balkans

TradeJust When You Thought Things Couldn’t Get Worse, William Alan Reinsch, CSIS
Trade - COVID-19 and Trade Policy: Why Turning Inward Won’t Work, Richard E. Baldwin and Simon J. Evenett, eds., Centre for Economic Policy Research,
Trade/US - The Era of Offshoring U.S. Jobs Is Over, Robert E. Lighthizer, New York Times
Trade/US/EU - EU trade chief seeks revived talks to close transatlantic rift, Jim Brunsden, Alan Beattie and Aime Williams, Financial Times
Trade/US/UK - Will Prioritising A UK-US Free Trade Agreement Make Or Break Global Britain? Ed Balls, Nyasha Weinberg, Jessica Redmond, Harvard Kennedy School
US/China - What Does Washington Want From China? Pique Is Not a Policy, Christopher R. Hill, Foreign Affairs
US/China/Economy - Decoupling the US Economy from China after COVID-19, John Lee, Hudson Institute
Russia - A backward looking nation, Maria Snegovaya, Center for European Policy Analysis
Russia - Why Russia Struggles to Feed Its Great-Power Addiction, William Courtney, Howard J. Shatz, National Interest
Russia/ArcticRussia’s Arctic Strategy Melts Under Scrutiny, Sergey Sukhankin, Riddle
Russia/China/ArcticLooking Beyond China: Asian Actors in the Russian Arctic (Part One), The Jamestown Foundation
France/UK/Defense - Breaking the Ice: How France and the UK Could Reshape a Credible European Defense and Renew the Transatlantic Partnership, Adrien Abecassis and Jolyon Howorth, Harvard Belfer Center
Conflict - The Future of Warfare in 2030, RAND
Western Balkans - Tailor-Made Laws in the Western Balkans: State capture in disguise, Gjergji Vurmo, CEPS

Book Shelf
Richard N. Haass, The World: A Brief Introduction

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