Monday, March 2, 2020
Afghanistan, China, Economy, Energy, Europe, Greece, Italy, Migration, Russia, Sanctions, Slovakia, Syria, Turkey, UK, US

Turkey - Erdogan Says, ‘We Opened the Doors,’ and Clashes Erupt as Migrants Head for EuropeMatina Stevis-Gridneff, Carlotta Gall, The New York Times
Turkey/SyriaTurkey Declares Major Offensive Against Syrian Government, Carlotta Gall, The New York Times
Greece/Migration - Greece says it will stop accepting asylum requests amid migrant crisis, Nektaria Stamouli, Hans von der Burchard, Politico
ItalyItaly, Europe’s Coronavirus Lab, Beppe Severgnini, The New York Times
Economy - OECD Economic Outlook, Interim Report March 2020: Coronavirus: the world economy at risk, OECD
US - The End of American Exceptionalism: What the United States Should Learn From Its Peers, Thanassis Cambanis, Foreign Affairs
US/Sanctions - Sanctions by the Numbers: U.S. Sanctions Designations and Delistings, 2009–2019,
Johnpatrick Imperiale, CNAS
US/AfghanistanU.S. Strikes Deal With Taliban to Withdraw Troops From Afghanistan,
Mujib Mashal
The New York Times
US/Afghanistan4 Takeaways From the U.S. Deal with the Taliban
Mujib Mashal, Russell Goldman, The New York Times
US/AfghanistanThe U.S.–Taliban Deal is Not A Military Withdrawal; It Should Be, Adam Wunische, Quincy Institute
US/Russia - “He could get squishy on democracy”: Bill Clinton’s Perception of Vladimir Putin According to Recently Public Documents, Stephan Kieninger, History News Network
US2020 Trade Policy Agenda and 2019 Annual Report, United States Trade Representative
Europe/ChinaEurope’s Face-Off with China, Yaroslav Trofimov, Wall Street Journal
China - Uyghurs for sale: ‘Re-education’, forced labour and surveillance beyond Xinjiang, Vicky Xiuzhong Xu, et al., Australian Strategic Policy Institute
China/EnergyHow China Became the World’s Leader in Green Energy And What Decoupling Could Cost the Environment, Scott Malcomson, Foreign Affairs
SlovakiaHard graft ahead for Slovak election winners, Siegfried Mortkowitz, Politico
UK The UK's approach to trade negotiations with the US, Department for International Trade

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