May 6th, 2019
China, Digital, EU, Germany, Latin America, North Korea, North Macedonia, Russia, Sahel, Sanctions, Technology, Turkey, UK, US

Featured Study
Opening NATO and Engaging Russia: NATO’s Two Tracks and the Establishment of the North Atlantic Cooperation Council, Stephan Kieninger, Johns Hopkins SAIS
Must Reads
EU - The Juncker Commission’s ten priorities: An end-of-term assessment, European Parliamentary Research Service
EU/UK - What Brexit Means for the World: Some Unexpected Benefits for the EU, Karl Kaiser, Metro-UN
EU/North KoreaDonald Trump and Kim Jong-un need the European Union, Tereza Novotná and Alessandro Ford, Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists
US - Democrats and foreign policy: There’s something happening here, The Economist
Sahel - The West’s forgotten war, The Economist
China/Latin America - China and Latin America: What the Next Phase Will Look Like, Americas Quarterly
China/DigitalWe Should Worry About How China Uses Apps Like TikTok, Nick Frisch, New York Times
Germany Bonsai Global Players:  The Impact of Geopolitics on Germany’s Mittelstand, Heidi Obermeyer, AICGS
Technology - Forget about artificial intelligence, extended intelligence is the future, Joi Ito, Wired
EU/Turkey - Options for the EU-Turkey Relationship, Marc Pierini, Carnegie Europe
Sanctions/Russia - Have Sanctions on Russia Changed Putin’s Calculus? Andrew Chatzky, Council on Foreign Relations
Turkey Turkey's Purchase and the Path to a Post-American Alliance Architecture, Micha’el Tanchum, Turkish Policy Quarterly
Turkey/US - Why Turkey and American Cannot Compromise in Syria, Aaron Stein, Foreign Policy Research Institute
North Macedonia - Ruling party’s Pendarovski wins North Macedonia presidency, Emma Anderson, Politico      
Book Tip
Douglas Webber, European Disintegration? The Politics of Crisis in the European Union (London: Macmillan/Red Globe Press, 2019)

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