Thursday, November 12, 2020
China, Defense, Eastern Europe, Environment, EU, Europe, Finance, France, Germany, South Caucasus, UK, US

Featured Podcast 
US/Eastern Europe – 
Ramifications of the US Elections for Change in the EU’s Eastern Neighborhood, with Daniel S. Hamilton, Cristina Gherasimov, Stefan Meister, Milan Nič, Woodrow Wilson Center/German Council on Foreign Relations DGAP 

I’m Not Yet Ready to Abandon the Possibility of America, Barack Obama, The Atlantic  
US/Environment – 
How California will shape U.S. environmental policy under Biden, Debra Kahn, Politico
Sovereign Solidarity: France, the US, and Alliances in a Post-Covid World, Jeffrey Lightfoot and Olivier-Rémy Bel, Atlantic Council  
A Strong but Frustrated China Poses a Special Kind of Danger, Daniel Blumenthal, The Atlantic   
COVID-19 and European Defense: Voices from the Capitals, Sophia Becker, Sören Hellmonds, Christian Mölling, Torben Schütz, German Council on Foreign Relations DGAP 
UK/Germany/Defense – 
UK-Germany defence cooperation: Bridging the political and military gaps, Sophia Becker, Christian Mölling, Torben Schütz, Policy Institute, Kings College London/Hanns Seidel Foundation 
Why a Brexit deal won’t end UK-EU squabbling, Emilio Casalicchio, Politico 
The EU’s Strategic Compass and Its Four Baskets, Christian Mölling and Torben Schütz, DGAP   
Tracking European Solidarity During Covid-19: Lessons from the First Wave, Rafael Loss, ECFR   
EU/Finance ­–
Monetary Policy in the Time of COVID-19, or How Uncertainty is Here to Stay, Maria Demertzis and Marta Dominguez-Jimenez, Bruegel   
South Caucasus – 
Great-Power Politics Is Back, Thomas de Waal, New York Times   
South Caucasus – 
Winners, Losers and Absentees in Nagorno Karabakh, Nathalie Tocci and Nona Mikhelidze, Istituto Affari Internazionali   
South Caucasus
Russia’s Peace Imposed on Armenia-Azerbaijan Bloodshed, Laurence Broers, Chatham House   
South Caucasus – 
Russia’s win in Nagorno-Karabakh is EU’s loss, NIcu Popescu, Politico   

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