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Wednesday, October 14, 2020
Afghanistan, Caucasus, China, Climate, Digital, Energy, EU, Europe, Germany, Russia, UK, Ukraine, US

Featured Article 
Rebooting the Transatlantic Economy, Joseph P. Quinlan, AmCham EU  

Must-Reads  
Climate
As the World Burns: Climate Change’s Dangerous Next Phase, Michael Oppenheimer, Foreign Affairs  
Digital – 
Uniting the Techno-Democracies, Jared Cohen and Richard Fontaine, Foreign Affairs 
US/Europe – 
An election of stark choices for Americans, but also for Europe, David O’Sullivan, European Policy Centre 
US/Afghanistan –
America Should Stay in Afghanistan Until an Intra-Afghan Deal is Reached Forever, Madiha Afzal, Brookings   
US/China – 
Mapping the Future of U.S. China Policy, Michael J. Green et al., Brookings    
China – China:
Charting a Course Between Conflict and Accommodation, John McLaughlin, OZY   
Germany/China
Made in Germany, Co-opted by China, Emily de La Bruyère and Nathan Picarsic, Foundation for Defense of Democracies 
Germany/Russia
Is Germany Turning Against Russia, Anna Sauerbrey, New York Times   
Russia
Navalny’s Challenge Exposes Putin’s Self-Isolation from Reality, Pavel K. Baev, The Jamestown Foundation  
Russia/Ukraine/Energy – 
Putin’s Pipeline is a Strategic Weapon. It Must Be Stopped, Members of Ukrainian Parliament, Atlantic Council   
EU
EU Peace Mediation in the 2020s: From Intervention to Investment, Tyyne Karjalainen, Finnish Institute of International Affairs   
EU/Caucasus
How the EU Became Marginalised in Nagorno Karabakh, Nicu Popescu, European Council on Foreign Relations   
UK – 
Brexit Threatens to Become the Messiest of Messy Divorces, Tim Bartz et al., Der Spiegel 

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