November 20th, 2018
Bosnia-Herzegovina, China, Defense, Denmark, Digital, Economy, EU, Europe, Finance, Germany, Global, Law Enforcement, Migration, NATO, Romania, Trade, UK, Ukraine, US

China/Digital - How China Walled Off the Internet, The New York Times
UK/EU - Is a “No Deal” Brexit Still Avoidable? Henry Farrell, Foreign Affairs
UK/EU/Finance - How Brexit will redraw Europe’s financial infrastructure, Philip Stafford, Financial Times
Finance - China and the EU are Growing Sick of U.S. Financial Power, Elizabeth Rosenberg and Edoardo Saravalle, Foreign Policy
US - America’s two economies remain far apart, Mark Muro and Jacob Whiton, Brookings Institution
US/EU/Trade - America’s trade relations with its allies are extremely fragile, The Economist
Migration/US - In blow to Trump’s immigration agenda, federal judge blocks asylum ban for migrants who enter illegally from Mexico, Isaac Stanley-Becker and Maria Sacchetti, Washington Post
Migration/Europe - Morocco, the EU, and the migration dilemma, Chloe Teevan, European Council on Foreign Relations
Romania - Romania’s government assaults the rule of law, Financial Times
Germany/Economy - Stubbornly Germany First, Heribert Dieter, SWP
Denmark - Foreign and Security Policy Strategy 2019-2020, Government of Denmark
EU/Defense EU unveils plans for new but limited military projects, Michael Peel and Tobias Buck, Financial Times
EU/NATO EU-NATO Relations: A Long-Term Perspective, Sven Biscop, Egmont Royal Institute for International Relations
Global/Law Enforcement Don’t Let Russia Lead Interpol, Eli Lake, Bloomberg
Ukraine Are Ukraine’s anti-corruption reforms working? John Lough and Vladimir Dubrovskiy, Chatham House
Bosnia-Herzegovina In Bosnia, Entrenched Ethnic Divisions Are a Warning to the World, Andrew Higgins, The New York Times
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Dr. Daniel S. Hamilton, Austrian Marshall Plan Foundation Professor, at Johns Hopkins University SAIS

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