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Friday, May 15, 2020
Afghanistan, Arctic, Baltics, China, Economy, EU, Europe, Eurozone, Germany,
Global, Governance, Health, Health Security, Migration, NATO, Russia, Trade, US

Must-Reads
Health - The coronavirus is a siren for the health-related Sustainable Development Goals, Kushal Kadakia, Andrea Thoumi, Brookings

Health SecurityThe role of armed forces in the fight against coronavirus, Tania Lațici, European Parliamentary Research Service
Health/Governance - COVID-19 Will Reshape Our Relationship with the State, Matthew Goodwin, Chatham House
Global - Goodbye globalisation, The Economist
Trade - Torn apart: Covid-19’s blow to world trade is a heavy one, The Economist

US/EUWhy Transatlantic Relations Are In Trouble, Dalibor Rohac, The American Interest
EU - Searching for meaning, The Economist
EU - The Right Way to Fix the EU: Put Politics Before Economics, Matthias Matthijs, Foreign Affairs
NATO - Running on empty, Ray Wojcik, Center for European policy Analysis
Europe/US/ChinaChina, America, and how Europe can deal with war by economic means, Jonathan Hackenbroich, European Council on Foreign Relations
Eurozone - The Euro's German Question, Willem H. Buiter, Marcel Fratzscher, Hans-Helmut Kotz, Katharina Pistor, Project Syndicate
Germany/Economy - The Wander Years, Gerhard Bosch, American Academy in Berlin
Migration - 12 New Immigration Ideas for the 21st Century, Alex Nowrasteh, David J. Bier, Daniel Griswold, Stuart Anderson, Michael Clemens, Michelangelo Landgrave, Jack Graham, Rebekah Smith, Grover Norquist, Justin Gest, Steve Kuhn, Nathan Smith, Robin Hanson, CATO institute
Baltics - Ray of Light, Stephen Blank, CEPA
AfghanistanAfter recent violence, is Afghanistan’s peace process dead? Vanda Felbab-Brown, Brookings
ArcticLooking Beyond China: Asian Actors in the Russian Arctic (Part Two), Sergey Sukhankin, The Jamestown Foundation

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