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Monday, March 23, 2020
China, Economy, Europe, Eurozone, Germany, Global, Hungary, Italy, Kosovo, Middle East, Poland, Russia, US

Featured Study
Transatlantic Commerce: Ties That Bind, Daniel S. Hamilton, Berlin Policy Journal

Must-Reads
Global Will the Coronavirus Bring the End of Globalization? Don’t Count on It , Zachary Karabell, Wall Street Journal
Global - How the World Will Look After the Coronavirus Pandemic, John Allen, Nicholas Burns, Laurie Garrett, Richard N. Haass, G. John Ikenberry, Kishore Mahbubani, Shivshankar Menon, Robin Niblett, Joseph S. Nye Jr., Shannon K. O’Neil, Kori Schake, Stephen M. Walt, Foreign Policy
US - Another Virus Victim: The U.S. as a Global Leader in a Time of Crisis, Steven Erlanger, New York Times
US/KosovoMeanwhile, America’s Kosovo Strategy is Melting Down, Edward P. Joseph, Foreign Policy
US/China/Russia - How the 2021 National Defense Authorization Act and the Defense Appropriations Act Can Prepare the U.S. for Great Power Competition, Frederico Bartels, ed., Heritage Foundation
China/Italy - China, Italy, and Coronavirus: Geopolitics and Propaganda, Theresa Fallon, The Diplomat
Economy - Is the Coronavirus Crash Worse Than the 2008 Financial Crisis? Adam Tooze, Foreign Policy
Europe - International Order and the European Project in Times of COVID19, Nathalie Tocci, IAI Rome
GermanyGermany, Wilsonianism, and the Return of Realpolitik, Dominik Wullers, War on the Rocks
Germany/Europe - Kurzarbeit: a German export most of Europe wants to buy, Guy Chazan, Richard Milne, Financial Times
Eurozone - Coronavirus: can the ECB’s ‘bazooka’ avert a eurozone crisis? Ben Hall, Martin Arnold, Sam Fleming, Financial Times
Middle East - Add Coronavirus to Other Crises, and the Middle East Faces a Catastrophe, Jon B. Alterman, Center for Strategic & International Studies
Poland - As Poland’s government punishes judges, corruption is rising, The Economist
Hungary - Hungary’s weaponising of the coronavirus crisis, István Szent-Iványi, Encompass

Book Review
The Seine.The River That Made Paris. By Elaine Sciolino. W.W. Norton and Company. Review by Michael D. Mosettig, Transatlantic Leadership Network

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