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September 17th, 2018
China, Economy, EU, Georgia, Germany, Global, Macedonia, NATO, Security, Syria, Technology, Trade, Turkey, US

Must-Reads
Global - The Return to Great-Power Rivalry Was Inevitable, Thomas Wright, The Atlantic
Economy - The Crisis Next Time: What We Should Have Learned From 2008, Carmen Reinhart and Vincent Reinhart, Foreign Affairs
Economy - The Global Trade System Could Break Down, Anne O. Krueger, Project Syndicate
Economy - How the Tariff War Could Turn Into the Next Lehman, Michael Hirsh, Foreign Policy
Trade - Japan-EU agreement provides ballast amid the rising tides of protectionism, Fukunari Kimura, Keio University and ERIA 
US - America Needs an Entirely New Foreign Policy for the Trump Age, Peter Beinart, The Atlantic
USMake America Germany Again, The Economist
Germany/SecurityMissions in a Changing World: The Bundeswehr and Its Operations Abroad, Rainer Glatz, Wibke Hansen, Markus Kaim and Judith Vorrath, German Institute for International and Security Affairs
Georgia/EU - Not EU’s world? Putting Georgia’s European Integration in Context, Bidzina Lebanidze and Mariam Grigalashvili, Georgian Institute of Politics
Macedonia - Let the Balkan Great Games begin, Bruno Maçães, Politico
Macedonia/EU/NATO - For Macedonia, Is Joining NATO and the EU Worth the Trouble? Florian Bieber, Foreign Policy
Technology - Shaping Disruptive Technological Change for Public Good, Ash Carter, Ernest May Lecture, Aspen Strategy Group
EU - The World Needs A Stronger E.U., George J. Mitchell, New York Times
EU/China - Is Europe Finally Pushing Back On Chinese Investments? Erik Brattberg and Etienne Soula, Carnegie Endowment
US/Turkey/Syria - Turkey and the United States Should Work Together to Avert Disaster in Idlib, Ilan Goldenberg and Nicholas A. Heras, Foreign Policy

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