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Tuesday, October 6, 2020
Black Sea, Canada, Crime, Digital, Eastern Europe, EU, Europe, Global, Health, Liberalism, Migration, NATO, Russia, Terrorism, US, Western Balkans

Featured Podcast   
Europe: Why Should We Care? Daniel S. Hamilton, “Need to Know” Congressional Staff Series, Wilson Center [
Soundcloud] [Apple]

Must-Reads  
US/Europe – The Crisis in America Has Already Taken Root in Europe, John Kornblum, Welt am Sonntag [
English] [German]  
US/Europe
Reimagining Transatlantic Relations, Erik Brattberg, Dan Baer et al., Carnegie Endowment 
US
Rogue Superpower: Why This Could Be an Illiberal American Century, Michael Beckley, Foreign Affairs  
EU/Eastern Europe/Western Balkans
2020 Communication on EU enlargement policy, European Commission 
EU/Migration – 
The New EU Migration and Asylum Package: Breakthrough or Admission of Defeat? Steffen Angenendt, Nadine Biehler, Raphael Bossong, David Kipp, Anne Koch, SWP  
Digital
Will We Have Cyber War or Cyber Peace? Richard A. Clarke, Wall Street Journal 
Digital
The Clean Network Program: Digital Age Echoes of the “Long Telegram”? David P. Fidler, CFR   
Digital/Crime
Internet Organised Crime Threat Assessment 2020, Europol  
Liberalism –
Liberalism and Its Discontents, Francis Fukuyama, American Purpose 
Russia/NATO/Black Sea – 
Russia, NATO, and Black Sea Security, Stephen J. Flanagan, Anika Binnendijk, Irina A. Chindea, Katherine Costello, Geoffrey Kirkwood, Dara Massicot, Clint Reach, RAND 
Terrorism –  
The Death and Life of Terrorist Networks. How Alliances Help Militants Survive, Christopher Blair, Erica Chenoweth, Michael C. Horowitz, Evan Perkoski and Philip B. K. Potter, Foreign Affairs
Health/Global
Post-Pandemic Geopolitics, Joseph S. Nye, Jr., Project Syndicate   
Canada –
Life is About to get Harder for Canada’s Minority Government, The Economist   

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