Wednesday, September 11, 2019
China, Economy, Extremism, EU, Europe, Nuclear, Populism, Refugees, Terrorism, Trade, UK, US

TerrorismSix things we’ve learned about terrorism since 9/11, Khusrav Gaibulloev and Todd Sandler, Washington Post
USBolton Was Trump’s Best Match, Until He Wasn’t, Ivo H. Daalder and I. M. Destler, Foreign Affairs
USRight-Sizing Foreign Policy, Bruce W. Jentleson, Democracy
USSmart Power for a Rising Generation, Suzanne Nossel, Democracy
US/EuropeLeft for Dead, Yascha Mounk, Democracy
US/RefugeesTrump's Refugee Cuts Threaten Deep Consequences at Home and Abroad, Amanda Taub and Max Fisher, New York Times
US/Europe/Extremism - The Dehumanization of Immigrants and the Rise of the Extreme Right, Beverly C. Ames, AICGS
US/EU/TradeBetween Nationalism and Multilateralism: A Renewed Approach for Transatlantic Economic Engagement, Peter S. Rashish, AICGS
EU - Ursula von der Leyen’s To-Do List, Daniela Schwarzer, DGAP
EU - Give the people what they want: Popular demand for a strong European foreign policy, Susi Dennison, European Council on Foreign Relations
UK - How Brexit Is Undoing Britain’s Political System, Peter Kellner, Carnegie
Nuclear - A Commonsense Policy for Avoiding a Disastrous Nuclear Decision, James A. Winnefeld Jr., Carnegie
China/Economy - Are Foreign Companies Really Leaving China in Droves? Nicholas R. Lardy, Peterson Institute for International Economics
Populism - Forget Populism! Frank A. Stengel, Global Discourse
Populism - How to get rid of autocrats, Claus Leggewie, Eurozone

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