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Thursday, October 15, 2020
Arctic, Belarus, Caucasus, China, Climate, Conflict, Defense, Digital, Energy, EU, Europe, Iran, NATO, Russia, Turkey, US, WHO

Must-Reads
US/Europe
The U.S. Presidential Elections and the Outlook for Transatlantic Relations, Peter Rashish, AICGS 
Conflict
The Return of Great-Power War, Christopher Layne, Foreign Affairs 
Digital
Cross-Border Data Access in Criminal Proceedings and the Future of Digital Justice, Sergio Carrera, Marco Stefan and Valsamis Mitsilegas, CEPS  
Digital/EU
Who will really benefit from the EU’s big data plan? Gian Volpicelli, Wired UK 
NATO/Arctic
NATO in the Arctic: Keep its role limited, for now, David Auerswald, War on the Rocks 
EU/Russia/China
Authoritarian Shadows in the European Union: Influence of authoritarian third countries on EU institutions, Political Capital 
Ukraine/China
“Wolf Warrior” and Ukraine: Risks of Cooperation with China for Relations with the EU, the USA, and NATO, Sergiy Solodkyy, Anna Medvedeva, Marianna Fakhurdinova, New Europe Center 
NATO
NATO 20/2020: Twenty Bold Ideas to Reimagine the Alliance After the 2020 US Elections, Christopher Skaluba, Conor Rodihan and Gabriela R. A. Doyle (eds.), Atlantic Council 
Europe/Defense – 
Europe, Germany and defense: priorities and challenges of the German EU presidency and the way ahead for European Defense, Claudia Major and Christian Mölling, Fondation pour la recherche stratégique 
EU/Climate/Energy
A 2030 emissions target of net -55% means tough decisions on the bioeconomy can no longer wait, Milan Elkerbout, CEPS   
EU – 
Migration, Borders and the EU’s Geopolitics, Roderick Parkes, Institute for Democracy “Societas Civilis” – Skopje   
EU/WHO
Upholding the World Health Organization, Susan Bergner, Remco van de Pas, Louise van Schaik and Maike Voss, German Institute for International and Security Affairs (SWP)   
EU/Belarus – 
On Belarus, Try Comprehensive Sanctions, Katia Gold, CEPA   
Caucasus/Iran
Tehran’s worst Nightmare, Alex Vatanka, Foreign Policy   
Caucasus/Turkey – 
How Turkey’s Military Adventures Decrease Freedom at Home, Garo Paylan, New York Times    

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