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Monday, November 2, 2020
China, Digital, Economy, Europe, Germany, Health, Russia, Ukraine, US
 
Must-Reads
US – He Already Saw the Election as Good vs. Evil. Then His Tractor Burned, Dionne Searcey, New York Times
US
Democracy at Home is the Source of American Power Abroad, Peter Engelke and Julian Mueller-Kaler, Atlantic Council   
US
U.S. Role in the World: Background and Issues for Congress, Congressional Research Service
US/Russia – 
America’s Dysfunctional Russia Policy Is Unlikely to Improve Under Biden, Constanze Stelzenmüller, Foreign Policy
US/Economy
Toward a Smarter Economic Statecraft, Matthew P. Goodman, CSIS 
US/Digital
Beyond Huawei and TikTok: Untangling U.S. Concerns over Chinese Tech Companies and Digital Security, Robert D. Williams, Brookings 
Health/Europe
Europe grapples with what went wrong in Covid-19 resurgence, Michael Peel and Sam Fleming, Financial Times
Health/Europe – Latest restrictions in 
EnglandAustria, Portugal, IrelandGreece and Germany
Europe/DigitalEurope Should Embrace Digital Change, Not Strangle It, Nicolas Petit, Financial Times
EU/Russia
How U.S. Elections Could Impact EU-Russia Relations, Andrey Kortunov, Carnegie Moscow
Germany
Germany’s Shift From Wolf to Lamb, Josef Joffe, Wall Street Journal 
Germany/US
Defending the Liberal Democratic Order, Nils Schmid, international Politik Quarterly 
EU/Indo-Pacific
Franco-German Divergences in the Indo-Pacific: The Risk of Strategic Dilution, Mathieu Duchâtel and Garima Mohan, Institut Montaigne   
China/Russia/Digital
Digital Authoritarianism in China and Russia: Common Goals and Diverging Standpoints in the Era of Great-Power Rivalry, Elina Sinkkonen and Jussi Lassila, Finnish Institute of International Affairs   
Ukraine – 
Zelensky faces pivotal moment in confrontation with constitutional court, Roman Olearchyk and Ben Hall, Financial Times 

 
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Dr. Daniel S. Hamilton, Austrian Marshall Plan Foundation Professor, at Johns Hopkins University SAIS
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