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Wednesday, October 9, 2019
Defense, Digital, EU, Europe, France, Germany, India, Kurds,
Poland, Russia, Syria, Tax, Trade, Turkey, UK, US

Must-Reads
Kurds - A 100-year struggle: the Kurdish fight for land and identity, Chloe Cornish and Laura Pitel, Financial Times
Turkey/Syria - Turkey’s Endgame in Syria: What Erdogan Wants, Gonul Tol, Foreign Affairs
US/Turkey/Syria - Trump’s Capitulation to Erdogan Destroys U.S. Credibility, Eric S. Edelman and Aykan Erdemir, Foreign Policy
US/Russia - Report on Russian Active Measures, Volume 1 & Volume 2, Campaigns and Interference in the 2016 U.S. Election, Select Committee on Intelligence, U.S. Senate
US/UK - The Not So Special Relationship, Steve Bloomfield, Foreign Affairs
US/India - U.S.-India Maritime Security Cooperation, Aman Thakker and Arun Sahgal, Center for Strategic and International Studies
US/Europe/Defense - European Allies in US Multi-Domain Operations, Jack Watling and Daniel Roper, Royal United Services Institute
EU - As Nationalism Rises, Europe Dies, Robert Menasse, New York Times
EU - 10 Trends Shaping the Future of Work in Europe, European Political Strategy Centre, European Commission
West - Stop Forecasting Catastrophe, the West is Not Yet Lost! Thomas Kleine-Brockhoff, German Marshall Fund of the United States
Digital - Toward digital power over states, Thomas A. Campbell, Atlantic Council
Digital/Tax - OECD takes aim at tech giants with plan to shake up global tax, Chris Giles, Financial Times
Digital/Trade - Global E-Commerce Talks Stumble on Data Issues, Privacy, And More, Gary Clyde Hufbauer and Zhiyo (Lucy) Lu, Peterson Institute for International Economics
France/Germany - A New Alliance to Nowhere, Jakub Grygiel, The American Interest
Germany/Europe - A Far-Right Dilemma for Europe’s Mainstream: Contain It or Join It? Katrin Bennhold, Amanda Taub and Max Fisher, New York Times
Poland - Democracy in Poland Is in Mortal Danger, Yascha Mounk, The Atlantic
Poland - Why Poland’s Populists Keep Winning, Slawomir Sierakowski, Foreign Policy

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