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

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 
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  
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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