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Thursday, September 3, 2020
Belarus, China, Defense, Eastern Mediterranean, Europe, EU, Germany, Health, Human Rights, Racism, Resilience, Russia, US

Featured Commentary 
US/EuropeScheitern oder neu erfinden? Die Zukunft der transatlantischen Beziehungen steht auf dem Spiel. Mit Joe Biden wäre eine Neubegründung möglich – wenn Europa bereit ist, mehr zu leisten, Daniel S. Hamilton, Internationale Politik (in German)  
US/China
USA vs China: A New Cold War? Daniel Hamilton, Mareike Ohlberg, Qian Sun, Christoph von Marschall, Deutsche Welle (Also in German)


Must-Reads  
Resilience – A Grand Strategy of Resilience, Ganesh Sitaraman, Foreign Affairs  
Health
The Developing World Could Come Out of the Pandemic Ahead, Ashfaq Zaman, Foreign Policy 
Human Rights/Racism – 
Civil Rights International, Keisha N. Blain, Foreign Affairs  
Eastern Mediterranean
Home truths in the eastern Mediterranean, Philip Stephens, Financial Times 
Russia/Belarus
Belarus, the Kremlin and the Attack on Alexei Navalny, Alexander Chernyshev, et al., Der Spiegel 
Russia/Belarus – 
The Kremlin and the Protests in Belarus: What’s Russia’s Next Move? Maxim Samorukov, Carnegie Moscow
Russia – 
Take It From Eastern Europe: Now Is Not the Time to Go Soft on Russia, Sławomir Dębski, James Sherr and Jakub Janda, Politico  
Russia – 
The Kremlin's Plot Against Democracy, Alina Polyakova, Foreign Affairs  
US/Germany/Defense – 
USA – Germany – NATO’s eastern flank Transformation of the US military presence in Europe, Justyna Gotkowska, OSW Warsaw 
US/China – 
Great-power competition and the rising US-China rivalry: Towards a new normal? Bart Gaens and Ville Sinkkonen, FIIA
US/Europe/China – 
Capitalizing on transatlantic concerns about China, Hans Binnendijk, Sarah Kirchberger, and Christopher Skaluba, Atlantic Council  
EU/China
The European Union Won’t Be Fooled by China’s Health Silk Road, Alberto Tagliapietra, GMF 

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