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Monday, October 26, 2020
Arms Control, Belarus, Caucasus, Climate, Crime, Defense, Democracy, Europe, France, Germany, Health, Lithuania, Nuclear, US

Must-Reads  
Health – 
COVID-19 Global Cases, Johns Hopkins University  
Health
Fighting a Pandemic Requires Trust, Thomas J. Bollyky, Sawyer Crosby, and Samantha Kiernan, Foreign Affairs   
Nuclear
An Historic Nuclear Ban Treaty Is Set to Become International Law: Here’s What That Means, Jennifer Knox, Union of Concerned Scientists 
Belarus – 
The Women’s March of Belarus, Slawomir Sierakowski, The New York Review of Books   
Belarus
Belarus protests: National opposition strike gains momentum, BBC 
Belarus
Putin stands with Belarus’s dictator – we should stand by its people, Ian Kelly, The Hill 
Caucasus
No Compromise in Sight for Armenia and Azerbaijan, Thomas de Waal, Foreign Affairs   
Lithuania
Conservatives win Lithuania Election – Preliminary results, Charlie Duxbury, Politico 
Germany/US
Speech by Federal Minister of Defense Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauer on the occasion of the presentation of the Steuben Schurz Media Award  
Europe/US
The End Of European Populists’ Fascination With America, Ivan Krastev, Noema 
France
On Islam, Macron’s no hard-liner, John Lichfield, Politico 
Democracy – 
Democratic regression in comparative perspective: scope, methods, and causes, Larry Diamond, Journal of Democratization 
US/Defense
Fragility and Failure: A Better Foreign Policy to Counter New Threats, Katherine Zimmerman, AEI   
US/Climate
A New Framework for U.S. Leadership on Climate Mitigation, Erol Yayboke and Janina Staguhn, CSIS   
Arms Control
US Nonproliferation Cooperation with Russia and China, Robert Einhorn, James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies   
Crime
States on the Cusp: Overcoming Illicit Trade’s Corrosive Effects in Developing Economies, Mark Shaw and Tuesday Reitano, Atlantic Council   

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