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Tuesday, March 31, 2020
Digital, Economy, EU, Health, Health Security, Hungary, NATO, Russia, UK, Ukraine, US

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COVID-19 Induced Transatlantic Recession in 2020, Daniel S. Hamilton and Joseph P. Quinlan, Johns Hopkins University SAIS

Must-Reads
Health Coronavirus COVID-19 Global Cases, Johns Hopkins University
Health - What the G-20 Can Do About Coronavirus, Charles Ries, Wall Street Journal
Health/EconomyDoes Social Distancing Matter? Michael Greenstone and Vishan Nigam, University of Chicago

Health/Economy - 5 things that won’t change in the post-coronavirus economy, Parag Khanna, Quartz
Health/DigitalHow Covid-19 is accelerating the shift from transport to teleport, John Thornhill, Financial Times
Health/Digital - Pandemic Mitigation in the Digital Age: Digital Epidemiological Measures to Combat the Coronavirus Pandemic, Alexander Klimburg, Louk Faesen, Paul Verhagen, Philipp Mirtl, Hague Centre for Strategic Studies & Austrian Institute for European and Security Policy
Health Security/NATOCoronavirus and transatlantic security: Implications for defense planning, Christopher Skaluba and Ian Brzezinski, Atlantic Council
US - The Comeback Nation: U.S. Economic Supremacy Has Repeatedly Proved Declinists Wrong, Ruchir Sharma, Foreign Affairs
EU - How the coronavirus threatens a geopolitical Europe, Nicu Popescu, European Council on Foreign Relations
EU/US/Digital - Data access is the next transatlantic digital battleground, Peter Chase, Jonas Keck, Margaret Van Scoy, The German Marshall Fund of the United Nations
UK/Digital - Introduction of the Digital Services Tax, Government of the United Kingdom
Hungary - Hungary’s Viktor Orbán wins vote to rule by decree, Lili Bayer, Politico
Russia - In a COVID-19 World, Russia Sticks to International Distancing, Mathieu Boulègue, Chatham House
Ukraine - Desperate for Aid, Ukraine First Has to Fight Corruption, Andrew E. Kramer, New York Times

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