France Vol.18 (think tanks, etc.)


New Zealand Vol.22 (2020 Election)


https://twitter.com/USPoliticsPoll/status/1317528647272681474


Illinois Vol.13 (corporations: GE Healthcare)


https://twitter.com/NYSE/status/1256214114075959296


World Vol.46


https://twitter.com/DanScavino/status/1305039891936325633


https://twitter.com/NBCNews/status/1304432893733801985


https://twitter.com/njdotcom/status/1304887510926004224


Arkansas Vol.8


https://twitter.com/DowntownLR/status/1304118355343876096


World Vol.45

https://twitter.com/BlavatnikSchool/status/1303349121449963520


https://twitter.com/HistoricalJnl/status/1303262073170857987


https://twitter.com/Telegraph/status/1303803049979371527


World Vol.43


https://twitter.com/IAIonline/status/1295979117498765312


https://twitter.com/cepa/status/1299459241170866184


https://twitter.com/euronewsliving/status/1300750545653727232

https://twitter.com/DNewsHungary/status/1301045325445169152
https://twitter.com/DNewsHungary/status/1301030061819265025


https://twitter.com/DNewsHungary/status/1300795924499894274


https://twitter.com/VOANews/status/1299127051652276224


World Vol.42


US Presidential Election 2020 Vol.3 (American Enterprise Institute, Heritage Foundation)


US Presidential Election 2020 Vol.2 (Brookings Institution)


World Vol.40


https://twitter.com/RecoveryProj/status/1260946598625935361


https://twitter.com/CFR_org/status/1294254092748042240


https://twitter.com/RodaleInstitute/status/1293990745263792131


https://twitter.com/fwaction/status/1295752369876152322


https://twitter.com/NationalFarmers/status/1296254574483910656


https://twitter.com/rtenews/status/1296207501088690176


World Vol.39


https://twitter.com/dw_politics/status/1242097813070233600


https://twitter.com/VPrasadMDMPH/status/1291197342553538560


https://twitter.com/Yahoo/status/1292898510086393856


https://twitter.com/Carnegie_Europe/status/1293269785208410113


https://twitter.com/paulcshipley/status/1263422916198166528
https://twitter.com/Millenarian22/status/1289967247692165122
https://twitter.com/Millenarian22/status/1288514055796215808


https://twitter.com/France24_en/status/1293856470740733952
https://twitter.com/France24_en/status/1294210907162247168
https://twitter.com/France24_en/status/1294202266841485312
https://twitter.com/France24_en/status/1294274379765952512


https://twitter.com/Reuters/status/1294197068463038465


https://twitter.com/AFP/status/1294238590013190145
https://twitter.com/AFP/status/1294268788804911104


 https://twitter.com/sarahcpr/status/1253474772702429189


World Vol.38

https://twitter.com/FAOclimate/status/1290530414902358016


https://twitter.com/FAO/status/1290246412140249092


https://twitter.com/AberUni/status/1283337579551653889


https://twitter.com/dsallentess/status/1278291015003185155


https://twitter.com/CNN/status/1291234048061431808


Germany Vol.19 (Auswärtiges Amt)

https://twitter.com/GermanyDiplo/status/1289499248011014144


https://twitter.com/GermanyDiplo/status/1289210802520514560
https://twitter.com/GermanyDiplo/status/1289136257340248064
https://twitter.com/GermanyDiplo/status/1289107460490514437


https://twitter.com/GermanyDiplo/status/1287757911830269954
https://twitter.com/GermanyDiplo/status/1286950567378481152


https://twitter.com/GermanyDiplo/status/1286676774391181313


https://twitter.com/GermanyDiplo/status/1285973226892427264


https://twitter.com/GermanyDiplo/status/1280445990202269697


https://twitter.com/GermanyDiplo/status/1278976895309287424
https://twitter.com/GermanyDiplo/status/1278720588081541121


https://twitter.com/GermanyDiplo/status/1278287093438001154


https://twitter.com/GermanyDiplo/status/1276260475295223809
https://twitter.com/GermanyDiplo/status/1276214695800774664


https://twitter.com/GermanyDiplo/status/1272589991445696513


https://twitter.com/GermanyDiplo/status/1270833235996655616


https://twitter.com/GermanyDiplo/status/1269547141330022400


https://twitter.com/GermanAmbUK/status/1273176165998628866


https://twitter.com/NielsAnnen/status/1277591008688197637


https://twitter.com/GermanyUN/status/1280995446752776192
https://twitter.com/EU2020DE/status/1272906788363526149


https://twitter.com/EU2020DE/status/1281875884811722754


World Vol.37


https://twitter.com/JoshuaPotash/status/1285139713993650177


https://twitter.com/France24_en/status/1286594722698416131

https://twitter.com/macrocredit/status/1284455663159173120


https://twitter.com/DiEM_25/status/1286676507696549890


https://twitter.com/BrugesGroup/status/1284898701153107970
https://twitter.com/dw_business/status/1286368733460496388
https://twitter.com/EU_Commission/status/1285458233629401088


https://twitter.com/BorisJohnson/status/1285929715300274177


Northern Europe Vol.4


https://twitter.com/business/status/1264073601885638657


https://twitter.com/IcelandUN/status/1270059713279987712
https://twitter.com/IcelandInUS/status/1262780494833475584


https://twitter.com/IcelandinUK/status/1268913169621291008
https://twitter.com/IcelandUN/status/1263879858213576704
https://twitter.com/MFAIceland/status/1260576902986768385

https://twitter.com/denmarkdotdk/status/1282601730316931072


https://twitter.com/denmarkdotdk/status/1280829118934921216


https://twitter.com/denmarkdotdk/status/1277564684292493313
https://twitter.com/denmarkdotdk/status/1276422247629099008
https://twitter.com/denmarkdotdk/status/1275330023600394240
https://twitter.com/denmarkdotdk/status/1275041624926629893


https://twitter.com/denmarkdotdk/status/1271436323765792768
https://twitter.com/denmarkdotdk/status/1265912380371996672
https://twitter.com/GoVisitDenmark/status/1275440895085522945
https://twitter.com/GoVisitDenmark/status/1268440304547434497
https://twitter.com/GoVisitDenmark/status/1257555686961135618


https://twitter.com/GoVisitDenmark/status/1250070892840914944


https://twitter.com/GoVisitDenmark/status/1245007431899516928


https://twitter.com/PalestinePMO/status/1283123291071315969


https://twitter.com/stateofgreendk/status/1275018421890166784
https://twitter.com/stateofgreendk/status/1268565050035486721


https://twitter.com/dkinireland/status/1266305547877351424
https://twitter.com/DanishMFA/status/1265387167762862080


https://twitter.com/Danske_Research/status/1283391635594915840


World Vol.34

https://twitter.com/RexChapman/status/1278705237570867200


https://twitter.com/ESS_Survey/status/1280534575421276161


https://twitter.com/IrishHumanities/status/1275397748053942273


https://twitter.com/UniofBathIPR/status/1281139940970151936


https://twitter.com/EastMedMonitor/status/1282289700250820610


https://twitter.com/WCELaw/status/1281300817388072961


https://twitter.com/TERN_Aus/status/1277742413906247680


https://twitter.com/JohnOberg/status/1282273791050162176


https://twitter.com/USTreasury/status/1268966916653232128


https://twitter.com/MaximeBernier/status/1277968834947805194


https://twitter.com/wisheart12/status/1276646711444766722


https://twitter.com/StandUp4Brexit/status/1278284353173434368


World Vol.33


https://twitter.com/CornellPress/status/1278693286862106624


https://twitter.com/GavinNewsom/status/1152568356110786561


https://twitter.com/DiplomacyEdu/status/1263024244209876994


https://twitter.com/Brill_Social/status/1250003388668002304


https://twitter.com/eevriviades/status/1254753796460290048


https://twitter.com/TheTakeaway/status/1273715120263307266


https://twitter.com/ThomasEason_/status/1272841693407182849


World Vol.32

The US Is Officially in Recession Thanks to The Corona Virus Crisis (06/16/2020) | Jeffrey Frankel @guardian
… Readers are often surprised to learn that the task of declaring a recession in the US falls to a panel of economists who consider a wide variety of indicators. Most other advanced economies, after all, define a recession as simply two consecutive quarters of negative GDP growth. But the US isn’t the only country to go beyond the two-quarters rule. The Japanese government also considers other indicators in its official business-cycle chronology. And private committees in other domains – including the eurozone, Canada, Spain, and Brazil – date business cycles by looking at a wider variety of economic indicators, though without garnering as much attention from the media or official government bodies. …
Keller @ Large: Harvard Economist Warns Of Roller Coaster Economy (w Video; 05/14/2020) | @wbz
The Briefing Room – Coronavirus and the Economy (Radio; 07/05/2020) | @BBC
Deregulate for the coronavirus recovery: The Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs should think hard about which rules to enforce. (0503/2020) | Adam J. White @WSJ
Harvard’s Reinhart and Rogoff Say This Time Really Is Different: The professors, whose 2009 book showed that financial crises often follow similar patterns, spoke to us about what’s happening in 2020. (05/18/2020) | Simon Kennedy @markets
Firms won’t give up on globalization but will ‘redesign’ supply chains: Trade expert (Video; 06/12/2020) | Robert Lawrence @BNNBloomberg
Evaluating the success of President Johnson’s War on Poverty: Revisiting the historical record using a full-income poverty measure (w PDFs; 12/09/2019) | Richard Burkhauser, Kevin C. Corinth, James Elwell, Jeff Larrimore @AEI
3 charts showing good news about American wage growth (01/07/2020) | James Pethokoukis @AEI
The ‘new normal’: Thoughts about the shape of things to come in the post-pandemic world (04/19/2020) | Nicholas Eberstadt @NBRnews
A Seven-Point Checklist for Reopening the Economy: There will be setbacks, and Congress has to commit to propping up the economy over the long term. (04/15/2020) | Michael R. Strain @bpolitics
First, acknowledge that the shutdown was the right thing to do. …
Then the U.S. needs to decide what its goals are
policy makers need to be comfortable discussing the trade-off between lives and economic outcomes. …
The fourth principle: The U.S. will need to act without having all the necessary information. …
A regional opening strategy can depend on governors. …
The sixth principle is to accept the ebbs and flows of progress. …
Finally, Congress should be prepared to continue its attempts to rescue the economy over the longer term. …
National Digital Currencies: The Future of Money? (06/2020) | Aditi Kumar, Jeremy Ney, Eve Lee, Victor Ji @BelferCenter
The City-Sized Hole in U.S. GPS Planning (w PDF; 11/21/2019) | @BelferCenter
Privacy and the four categories of information technology (w PDF; 05/26/2020) | Jim Harper @AEI
The coronavirus could imperil Putin’s presidency: Russia entered the crisis with a stagnant economy, and its oil-price war with the Saudis isn’t helping. (04/23/2020) | Leon Aron @WSJ
Oil’s Collapse Is a Geopolitical Reset In Disguise (04/29/2020) | Meghan L. O’Sullivan @bopinion
Russia’s Stock Market Rallies But Still Not a Source of Long-Term Capital (12/12/2019) | Ben Aris @russia_matters
In Depth with Yuval Levin: Author and American Enterprise Institute scholar Yuval Levin talked about U.S. political history and the political divide in the country today. He’s the author of “The Great Debate,” “The Fractured Republic,’ and “A Time to Build.” (Video; 06/07/2020) | @cspan
Three Americas and the pandemic, Part III: Small cities, towns, and the countryside (06/09/2020) | Charles Murray @AEI
Biden’s Bad Foreign-Policy Ideas: The former vice president lacks a consistent philosophy of when and how to use military force. (06/07/2020) | Kori Schake @TheAtlantic
What Policymakers Should Ask Modelers (04/21/2020) | Afreen Siddiqi, Kaveri Iychettira @ProSyn
How Will COVID-19 Affect the Transatlantic Relationship? (05/01/2020) | Nicholas Burns, Cathryn Clüver Ashbrook, David E. Sanger, Amanda Sloat, Torrey Taussig @BelferCenter
The World’s Weakest Strongman (06/06/2020) | Stephen M. Walt @ForeignPolicy
The United States Forgot Its Strategy for Winning Cold Wars (05/05/2020) | Stephen M. Walt @ForeignPolicy
Will a Global Depression Trigger Another World War? (05/13/2020) | Stephen M. Walt @ForeignPolicy
No, the Coronavirus Will Not Change the Global Order: We should be skeptical toward claims that the pandemic changes everything. China won’t benefit, and the United States will remain preeminent. (04/16/2020) | Joseph S. Nye @ForeignPolicy
American Exceptionalism in the Age of Trump (06/05/2020) | Joseph S. Nye @ProSyn
So Do Morals Matter in U.S. Foreign Policy? I Asked the Expert. (04/24/2020) | Joseph S. Nye @washingtonpost
How COVID-19 is Testing American Leadership (04/26/2020) | Joseph S. Nye @east_asia_forum
Breaking the Ice: How France and the UK Could Reshape a Credible European Defense and Renew the Transatlantic Partnership (w PDF; 05/2020) | Adrien Abecassis, Jolyon Howorth @BelferCenter
A divided Europe’s China challenge (26/11/2019) | Philippe Le Corre @east_asia_forum
“Maxwell Taylor’s Cold War: From Berlin to Vietnam” by Ingo Trauschweizer (05/2020) | Nathaniel L. Moir @ Michigan War Studies Review
Niall Ferguson: ‘Now We Are in Cold War II’ (04/28/2020) | @ekathimerini
Donald Trump Could Lose the Election by Authorizing a New Nuclear Weapons Test (06/23/2020) | Stephen Herzog, Benoît Pelopidas, Jonathon Baron, Fabrício Fialho @TheNatlInterest
Why Israel’s annexation of parts of the West Bank would be a historic mistake (06/22/2020) | Tzipi Livni @washingtonpost
Tzipi Livni is a former minister of foreign affairs for Israel.
South China Sea of troubles: In 2020 the world should pay more attention to the South China Sea (11/2019) | Oriana Skylar Mastro @TheEconomist
Russian jokes tell the brutal truth: In a repressive society, dark political jokes allow regular people to describe what they see with their own eyes. (11/29/2019) | Leon Aron @TheAtlantic
Who ‘Defeated’ ISIS? An Analysis of US and Russian Contributions (05/06/2020) | Domitilla Sagramoso @russia_matters
The decline of religion in American family life: Findings from the November 2019 American Perspectives Survey (12/11/2019) | Daniel A. Cox, Jacqueline Clemence, Eleanor O’Neil @AEI
How States Like Virginia Go Blue (11/08/2020) | Matthew Continetti @FreeBeacon
… President Trump so dominates the popular imagination that every election result is described in relation to his job approval and conduct in office. … But the story of this particular Democratic winning streak is less about Trump than it is about long-running demographic and cultural transformation. He catalyzed changes decades in the making. …
One reason why UI benefit payments remain low: The lingering effects of Obama-era stimulus policies (11/26/2019) | Matt Weidinger @AEI


World Vol.31


https://twitter.com/ISABELNET_SA/status/1271038226162212864


https://twitter.com/SPGlobal/status/1272566570989105152


https://twitter.com/SimonOKing/status/1271369116436369408

https://twitter.com/nowthisnews/status/1271138376549195777


https://twitter.com/FAOclimate/status/1239504343231090689
https://twitter.com/rose_k01/status/1271140860256608257

https://twitter.com/PlattsOil/status/1271283336535658498


Science and Technology Vol.30 (incl #coronavirus)


https://twitter.com/NHSsoutheast/status/1271474187442565131