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Monday, March 30, 2020
China, Climate, Digital, Energy, Europe, Finance, France, Germany, Global, Health, Poland, Russia, Sahel, Ukraine, US, Venezuela

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COVID-19 Likely to Lead to Global Recession in 2020, Daniel S. Hamilton and Joseph P. Quinlan, Johns Hopkins University SAIS

Must-Reads
Health The Four Possible Timelines for Life Returning to Normal, Joe Pinsker, The Atlantic
Health/US/Global - Pandemic: The First Great Crisis of the Post-American Era, Kevin D. Williamson, National Review

Health/Europe - Europe Wasn’t Ready for Coronavirus. It May Never Fully Recover, Itxu Diaz, National Review
Global - The coronavirus is the biggest emerging market crisis ever, Adam Tooze, Foreign Policy
Finance - Four ways that coronavirus has changed capital markets, Financial Times
Climate - Sorry, but the virus shows why there won’t be global action on climate change, Jason Bordoff, Foreign Policy
Health/GermanyGermany Has Relatively Few Deaths From Coronavirus. Why? Anna Sauerbrey, New York Times
Poland - Poland’s coronavirus-crisis election unleashes political warfare, Jan Cienski, Zosia Wanat, Politico
US - We’re a nation all too ripe for another shock, Robert Kagan, Brookings 
US/Energy - Wall Street calls time on the shale revolution, Derek Brower, Financial Times
China/Digital - Inside China’s controversial mission to reinvent the internet, Madhumita Murgia and Anna Gross, Financial Times
China/Digital - NEW IP Framework and Protocol for Future Applications, Zhe Chen, Chuang Wang, Guanwen Li, Zhe Lou, Sheng Jiang, Huawei Technologies Co./ Ltd., Alex Galis University College London
Russia/Ukraine - Russo-Ukrainian War: Putin must be held accountable, Olena Zerkal, Atlantic Council
Russia/Venezuela/Energy - Rosneft pulls out of Venezuela over US sanctions, Max Seddon and Derek Brower, Financial Times
France/SahelCrisis in The Sahel Becoming France’s Forever War, Ruth MacLean, New York Times

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