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  

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   
Made in Germany, Co-opted by China, Emily de La Bruyère and Nathan Picarsic, Foundation for Defense of Democracies 
Is Germany Turning Against Russia, Anna Sauerbrey, New York Times   
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 Peace Mediation in the 2020s: From Intervention to Investment, Tyyne Karjalainen, Finnish Institute of International Affairs   
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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