October 30th, 2018
Brexit, China, Economy, EU, Europe, Finance, Germany, Global, Ireland, North Korea, Security, Sweden, Terrorism, Ukraine, US

Featured Commentary
Germany/EuropeAngela Merkel’s departure will be profound for Europe, the world, Daniel S. Hamilton, San Francisco Chronicle

USTrump eyeing executive order to end birthright citizenship, a move most legal experts say runs afoul of the Constitution, John Wagner, Washington Post
USThe New Cold War, David Brooks, The New York Times
US - CSIS Election Cybersecurity Scorecard: The Outlook for 2018, 2020 and Beyond, William A. Carter, Center for Strategic & International Studies
Global - What Is Globalization? Peterson Institute for International Economics
US - Elections in America: Concerns Over Security, Divisions Over Expanding Access to Voting, Pew Research Center
US/North Korea - The US and North Korea, beyond the Singapore Summit, Bernt Berger, Italian Institute for International Political Studies
Germany - Merkel Is Going But Germany Won’t Shift Its Stance On Brexit, Charles Grant, Centre for European Reform
Germany Germany needs to keep strong for Europe’s sake, Financial Times
EU - EU Coalition Explorer, European Council on Foreign Relations
Finance - Reconciling contradictory forces: financial inclusion of refugees and know-your-customer regulations, Zsolt Darvas, Uuriintuya Batsaikhan and Inês Goncalves Raposo, Bruegel
Ukraine - How Ukraine's Presidential Race Is Shaping Up, Mykola Vorobiov, Atlantic Council
Security - Preparing For Future Threats, Edward Lucas, Center for European Policy Analysis
US/Economy - The New Tyranny of the Dollar, Mark Leonard, Project Syndicate
US/Terrorism - America’s Midterm Elections Turn Menacing, Elizabeth Drew, Project Syndicate
US/Terrorism - The Real Terrorist Threat in America, Peter Bergen and David Sterman, Foreign Affairs
US/China - America’s Self-Defeating China Policy, Andrew Sheng and Xiao Geng, Project Syndicate
Sweden - Sweden fails again to form new government, Eline Schaart, Politico
Brexit/Ireland - How the Irish border backstop became Brexit’s defining issue, Alex Barker and Arthur Beesley, Financial Times

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Dr. Daniel S. Hamilton, Austrian Marshall Plan Foundation Professor, at Johns Hopkins University SAIS

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