June 7th, 2019
Central Europe, Defense, Denmark, Digital, EU, Europe, Global, Iran, UK, US

Featured Study
Beyond NATO Enlargement to Poland, the Czech Republic, and Hungary:  A French Reappraisal, Benoît d’Aboville, in Daniel S. Hamilton and Kristina Spohr, eds., Open Door: NATO and Euro-Atlantic Security After the Cold War

Digital - You ain’t seen nothing yet: The second half of humanity is joining the internet, The Economist
Digital - A global timepass economy, The Economist 
US/Global - Weapons of mass disruption, The Economist
US/EU - Connected in freedom? Reconstructing a foundational value in EU and US foreign policy, Ville Sinkkonen and Henri Vogt, Journal of Transatlantic Studies
US/Europe/IranTrump’s Twists on Confronting Iran Confound Allies in Europe, Edward Wong and David E. Sanger, The New York Times
US/Europe/Defense - Europe Vows to Spend More on Defense, but U.S. Still Isn’t Happy, Steven Erlanger, New York Times
Denmark - Did the Left Really Win in Denmark? Sune Haugbolle, Foreign Policy
UK - The Corbyn doctrine on foreign policy, The Economist
Central Europe - Kafkaesque: Disgruntled investors are losing patience with central Europe, The Economist
EU - Treaty or rough treatment: Why the EU should not ditch bilateral investment treaties, The Economist
EU - Brussels acts against all EU members over single market failings, Jim Brunsden, Financial Times

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