November 1st, 2018
Austria, Belgium, Brazil, China, Digital, EU, Finance, Libya, Mexico, Russia, Security, UK, Ukraine, US, Yemen

Yemen - U.S. and Britain Seek Yemen Cease-Fire as Relations With Saudis Cool, Gardiner Harris, Eric Schmitt and Rick Gladstone, The New York Times
Yemen - How the War in Yemen Became a Bloody Stalemate — And the Worst Humanitarian Crisis in the World, Robert F. Worth, Lynsey Addario, The New York Times Magazine
Mexico/US - Mexican Immigrants in the United States, Migration Policy Institute
Digital - Freedom on the Net 2018: The Rise of Digital Authoritarianism, Freedom House
Digital/SecurityThe implications of artificial intelligence for national security strategy, Mara Karlin, Brookings Institution
Brazil - Jair Bolsonaro poised to upend Brazil’s foreign policy, Andres Schipani and John Paul Rathbone, Financial Times
Ukraine/Russia - A Church Conflict Brews in Ukraine, Thomas de Waal, Carnegie Europe
Ukraine/Finance The IMF and Ukraine, Mark Sobel, Center for Strategic & International Studies
US/China - China and the United States: Trade Conflict and Systemic Competition, C. Fred Bergsten, Peterson Institute for International Economics
US/Russia  - Mapping Global Strategic Stability in the Twenty-First Century, Dmitri Trenin, Carnegie Moscow
Russia/China - Vostok-2018: Another Sign of Strengthening Russia-China Ties, Brian G. Carlson, German Institute for International and Security Affairs
UK/EU - The Brexitization of European Politics, Guy Verhofstadt, Project Syndicate
Belgium/Libya - Pressure mounts on Belgian government over Libya payments, Simon Marks, Politico
Austria - Austria will not sign UN migration treaty, Eline Schaart, Politico
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Dr. Daniel S. Hamilton, Austrian Marshall Plan Foundation Professor, at Johns Hopkins University SAIS

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