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Wednesday, March 4, 2020
Afghanistan, China, Elections, Eastern Europe, EU, Europe, France, Germany, Global, Libya, Poland, Russia, Slovakia, Technology, Ukraine, US

Must-Reads
GlobalA Leaderless Struggle for Democracy, Sarah Repucci, Freedom House

US/TechnologyNo matter which way you look at it, tech jobs are still concentrating in just a few cities, Mark Muro, Brookings Institution
US/Elections - The 2020 Candidates on Foreign Policy, Council on Foreign Relations
US/Elections5 Takeaways From a Super Tuesday That Changed the Democratic Race, Lazaro Gamio, Shane Goldmacher, The New York Times

US/Afghanistan - Afghanistan at Peace or Afghanistan in Pieces – Part One: The First Phase, Anthony H. Cordesman, Center for Strategic & International Studies
US/China - Trump's phase one deal relies on China's state-owned enterprises, Chad P. Bown, Mary E. Lovely, Peterson Institute for International Economies
Slovakia - Voters want Slovakia’s incoming government to end corruption. That will be tough., Kevin Deegan-Krause, Tim Haughton, Marek Rybar, The Washington Post
Slovakia - Slovakia the end of Smers rule the triumph of Igor Matovič, Krzysztof Dębiec, Mateusz Gniazdowski, Centre for Eastern Studies
Poland - Poland’s Judges Are Being “Harassed into Obedience”, Susan Corke, Karen Kerschke, The German Marshall Fund of the United States
EU/Libya - The EU Will Not Be Able to Enforce the UN Arms Embargo in Libya, Markus Kaim, René Schulz, Stiftung Wissenschauft und Politik
Europe - Europe (and yes, that includes Britain) can still be a superpower, Timothy Garton Ash, European Council on Foreign Relations
Eastern Europe - Beyond Frozen Conflict, Thomas de Waal, Nikolaus von Twickel, The Centre for European Policy Studies
Russia/Ukraine -  Russian ‘Bot Farms’—The New-Old Challenge to Ukraine’s National Security, Alla Hurska, The Jamestown Foundation
France/Germany - France and Germany Need a Dialogue on Nuclear Policy, Shahin Vallée, German Council on Foreign Relations

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