Thursday, June 11, 2020
Africa, China, Corruption, Defense, Digital, EU, Europe,
Eurozone, Germany, Global, Hong Kong, Mediterranean, Migration, US

GlobalThe Next Liberal Order, G. John Ikenberry, Foreign Affairs
EU/Hong Kong - Hand-wringing for Hong Kong: What else can the EU do? Ian Bond, Centre for European Reform
Europe/Migration/Mediterranean - ‘Under water or under a knee, we can’t breathe’: Europe has turned a blind eye to deaths in the Mediterranean, Judith Sunderland, Politico

Corruption - The Rise of Strategic Corruption: How States Weaponize Graft, Philip Zelikow, Eric Edelman, Kristofer Harrison, and Celeste Ward Gventer, Foreign Affairs
China/Digital - China’s digital platform economy: Assessing developments towards Industry 4.0, Rebecca Arcesati, et al., Merics
US/Europe/Defense - Judy Asks: Will U.S. Troop Pullouts Accelerate European Defense Integration? Judy Dempsey, Carnegie Europe
GermanyNew Expectations: Generation Z and Changing Attitudes on German Foreign Policy, Philipp Rotmann, Sarah Bressan, Sarah Brockmeier, GPPI
EuropeCoronavirus and Europe’s New Political Fissures, Richard Youngs, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace

Europe/US/ChinaDecoupling Between Washington and Western Industry, Scott Kennedy, Shining Tan, Center for Strategic & International Studies
EurozoneIs the COVID-19 crisis an opportunity to boost the euro as a global currency? Grégory Claeys, Guntram B. Wolff, Bruegel

US/AfricaCold war with China is the wrong way to define US policy in Africa, David Pilling, Financial Times

Europe’s Place in the World, Madeleine Albright with Paul Adamson, Encompass

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