Thursday, September 10, 2020
Afghanistan, Arms Control, Baltics, China, Digital, EU, Iraq, Ireland, Migration, NATO, Nuclear, Technology, UK, United Arab Emirates, US

Greek refugee camp blaze highlights EU’s migration failure, David M. Herszenhorn, Jacopo Barigazzi and Nektaria Stamouli, Politico  
General announces Iraq, Afghanistan troop drawdowns as Trump looks to fulfill campaign pledge, Lara Seligman, Politico 
Pelosi Statement on Brexit & Potential U.S.-U.K. Trade Agreement, Nancy Pelosi, Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives 
Facebook to stop moving data from EU to US: 5 things you need to know, Mark Scott and Vincent Manancourt, Politico 
China/EU – 
China and the EU: A Tale of Two Summits, Theresa Fallon, The Diplomat 
Forget TikTok. China’s Powerhouse App Is WeChat, and Its Power Is Sweeping, Paul Mozur, New York Times 
The consequence of COVID-19: how the United States moved from security provider to security consumer, Simon Reich and Peter Dombrowski, International Affairs  
US – 
Is COVID-19 the end of US hegemony? Public bads, leadership failures and monetary hegemony, Carla Norrlöf, International Affairs  
A U.S. Foreign Policy for the Middle Class, Rozlyn Engel, Carnegie Endowment 
US/United Arab Emirates – 
Don’t Let the United Arab Emirates Play Us the Way Mohammed bin Salman did, Aaron David Miller and Richard Sokolsky, Washington Post 
US/Technology – 
Semiconductors and Modern Defense Spending, James A. Lewis, CSIS 
Nato’s never-ending struggle for relevance, James Goldgeier and Garret Martin, War on the Rocks 
US must remain committed to NATO and the Baltic States, Sally A. Painter, Atlantic Council 
A Low-Yield, Submarine-Launched Nuclear Warhead: Overview of the Expert Debate, Amy F. Woolf, Congressional Research Service 
Arms Control
Uncharted Waters: Europe and the End of Arms Control, Ulrich Kühn, Turkish Policy Quarterly 

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