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Monday Links

  1. The case for Australia to step up in Southeast Asia (Brookings Institution).
  2. Trump is botching his election-year lies (Slate).
  3. A story set in a world without paper (Wired).
  4. The war comes home (CSIS).
  5. Don’t reboot the 2016 horror show (The New Republic).
  6. Planning Armageddon (War on the Rocks).
  7. Several people in Vice President Mike Pence’s world have COVID-19 (MotherJones).
  8. Ensuring the safety and integrity of the vote (RAND Corporation).
  9. In the streets with Antifa (The New Yorker).
  10. What to know about vaccine coverage (Council on Foreign Relations).
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Wednesday Links

  1. How to spot a military imposter (New Yorker).
  2. The world order that Donald Trump revealed (The Atlantic).
  3. What should have happened at the Amy Coney Barrett hearings (Reason).
  4. The anticlimax of the Google antitrust suit (Wired).
  5. How much does it matter who dies from COVID-19? (Marginal Revolution).
  6. Will there be domestic terrorism during election season? (RAND Corporation).
  7. The Russian cyber indictments (CSIS).
  8. COVID and Fed legitimacy (Duck of Minerva).
  9. Online harms (Demos).
  10. Self-help hacks at the end of the world (The New Republic).
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Tuesday Links

  1. When movements are guilty of what they are trying to challenge (The Atlantic).
  2. The Constitution is the crisis (The New Republic).
  3. Conventions and conspiracy theories (Reason).
  4. It’s happening! NASA is about to touch an asteroid (Wired).
  5. The West Coast wildfires are apocalypse, again (The New Yorker).
  6. Are we on a path to Bush v. Gore 2.0? (Slate).
  7. What our new Chinese overlords desire for us (Marginal Revolution).
  8. Trump and Fauci at each other’s throats (Vanity Fair).
  9. Mapping the future of U.S. China policy (CSIS).
  10. Thailand is spiraling toward outright conflict (Council on Foreign Relations).
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Monday Links

  1. Could Joe Biden bring America back together? (New Yorker).
  2. The final season of the Trump show (The Atlantic).
  3. Computer scientists break the ‘travelling salesperson’ record (Wired).
  4. The world’s fate rests on one swing state (Slate).
  5. The next COVID-19 surge is here (MotherJones).
  6. Promote and Build: Digital Authoritarianism (CSIS).
  7. Tracking North Korea’s nuclear program (Council on Foreign Relations).
  8. The Democrats aren’t serious about campaign finance reform (The New Republic).
  9. Balancing great power politics in 2021 and beyond (National Interest).
  10. Facebook users may spread Russian propaganda less often if they know its source (RAND Corporation).
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Thursday Links

  1. The changing meaning of the American flag under Trump (New Yorker).
  2. Last exit from autocracy (The Atlantic).
  3. Schools (and children) need a fresh air fix (Wired).
  4. NBC is giving Trump, who refused to debate Biden, a TV special (Slate).
  5. Energy; geopolitics; and the global map (Council on Foreign Relations).
  6. Mapping the future of U.S. China policy (CSIS).
  7. What teachers think about social and emotional learning (RAND Corporation).
  8. What kinds of fiscal stimulus are justified right now? (Marginal Revolution).
  9. How U.S. inflation exposes Europe to a third German monetary shock (Hudson Institute).
  10. Hedge fund short sellers target pandemic winners (Financial Times).

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Wednesday Links

  1. The town that went feral (The New Republic).
  2. Why Amy Coney Barrett doesn’t care about preexisting conditions (Slate).
  3. Stopping Amy Coney Barrett is mission impossible for the Democrats (National Interest).
  4. Joe Biden’s contest with his words (The New Yorker).
  5. Internet freedom has taken a big hit during the COVID-19 pandemic (Wired).
  6. China’s friends are few and unreliable (RAND Corporation).
  7. The panic attack of New York’s power brokers (New York Magazine).
  8. The reawakening of the black gun-rights movement (Reason).
  9. Amy Coney Barrett and dark money (MotherJones).
  10. Could the polls be understimating Donald Trump? (National Interest).
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Tuesday Links

  1. How to keep a fall surge from becoming a winter catastrophe (The Atlantic).
  2. We know exactly how Amy Coney Barrett will unravel Roe (Slate).
  3. The all American mind of a militia member (The New Republic).
  4. Trump’s ‘miracle cure’ for Covid is a logistical nightmare (Wired).
  5. Why Facebook can’t fix itself (The New Yorker).
  6. The Trump campaign’s Fauci doublespeak (Vanity Fair).
  7. Why can’t they both lose? (Reason).
  8. Stanley Crouch, 1945-2020 (The Nation).
  9. Private prisons have spent more on this election than any other in history (MotherJones).
  10. Research 4.0: research in the age of automation (Demos).
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Monday Links

  1. All that could burn (The New Yorker).
  2. Republicans are suddenly afraid of democracy (The Atlantic).
  3. How to block bad websites – or just get things done (Wired).
  4. Amy Coney Barrett is as cynical as Trump (Slate).
  5. The case for new global financial order (The National Interest).
  6. Foreign actors are again using Twitter to interfere with the U.S. election (RAND Corporation).
  7. Are Nobel Prizes worth less these days? (Marginal Revolution).
  8. The martyrdom of Donald Trump (The New Republic).
  9. The analytic edge (CSIS).
  10. Taking pandemic preparedness seriously (Council on Foreign Relations).
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Wednesday Links

  1. Anthony Fauci on the Coronavirus and the prospects for a vaccine (New Yorker).
  2. What happens when China leads the world (The Atlantic).
  3. Silicon Valley opens its wallet for Joe Biden (Wired).
  4. Trump just killed the stimulus talks. Is he out of his mind? (Slate).
  5. Russia, NATO, and Black Sea security (RAND Corporation).
  6. Contagious lies (New Statesman).
  7. Digital age echoes of the ‘Long Telegram’ (Council on Foreign Relations).
  8. Project convergence (Hudson Institute).
  9. Debt deflation and the neofeudal empire (Michael Hudson).
  10. The Social Network got Facebook and Zuckerberg all wrong (Vanity Fair).

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Tuesday Links

  1. The people Trump is coming home to (The Atlantic).
  2. A dangerous year in America enters its most dangerous month (Wired).
  3. Three scenarios for the future of climate change (The New Yorker).
  4. Is Donald Trump dying? (The New Republic).
  5. Mike Pence and Kamala Harris should not debate in person (Slate).
  6. How do you cover an Administration that has lost touch with reality? (The Nation).
  7. Actions in anticipation of Iranian elections (CSIS).
  8. Corporate bond market dysfunction during COVID-19 (Brookings Institution).
  9. A new Cold War (Financial Times).
  10. Pivoting during lockdown (Ritholtz).