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Tuesday, September 29, 2020
China, Defense, Eastern Mediterranean, Eurasia, Europe, EU, Health, Germany, Global, Migration, Poland, Sahel, South Caucasus, US

Must-Reads  
Health – 
Vaccine Chaos is looming, Sarah Zhang, The Atlantic  
Germany – 
Since Reunification, Germany Has Had Its Best 30 Years. The Next 30 Will Be Harder,  Timothy Garton Ash, The Guardian 
South Caucasus
Armenia and Azerbaijan fight over Nagorno-Karabakh again, The Economist  
US/Eurasia – 
US power vacuum risks escalating violence in Armenia-Azerbaijan, Thomas De Waal, Politico 
US – 
Isolationism Is Not a Dirty Word, Charles A. Kupchan, The Atlantic
US/Global – 
U.S. Alliances: Crucial Enablers in Great-Power Competition, Andrew A. Michta, Heritage Foundation 
US/Europe – 
The Transatlantic Tragedy, Joschka Fischer, Project Syndicate
US/Europe – 
Touching the Elephant: European Views of the Transatlantic Relationship, Jana Puglierin, European Council on Foreign Relations 
Europe – 
There's a social pandemic poisoning Europe: hatred of Muslims, Patrycja Sasnal and Yasemin El Menouar, The Guardian 
Europe/Migration
Assessing Immigration Scenarios for the European Union in 2030: Relevant, Realistic and Reliable? International Organization for Migration/Netherlands Interdisciplinary Demographic Institute
EU – 
The EU Isn’t Built to Lead, Walter Russell Mead, Wall Street Journal
EU/Poland – 
Before It’s Too Late: Open Letter to the President of the European Commission regarding the Rule of Law Breakdown in Poland, Laurent Pech, Kim Lane Scheppele, Wojciech Sadurski, Verfassungsblog On Matters Constitutional  
EU/Defense
The EU defence market directives: genesis, implementation and way ahead, Alessandro Marrone and Michele Nones, Instituto Affari internazionali   
EU/Eastern Mediterranean – 
European Foreign Policy Is Drowning in the Mediterranean, Sinan Ülgen, Carnegie Europe 
EU/Sahel – 
The EU’s role and policies in the Sahel: The need for reassessment, Tuomas Iso-Markku and Teemu Tammikko, Finnish Institute of International Affairs   
EU/China – 
Exploring a “Green List” for EU-China Economic Relations, Agatha Kratz, Matthew Mingey, and Daniel H. Rosen, Report prepared by the Rhodium Group for the Bertelsmann Stiftung  

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