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

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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