Monday, December 16, 2019
Arctic, China, Climate, Digital, EU, Europe, Eurozone, Germany, Migration, Sanctions, Trade, UK, US

Climate - 6 takeaways from the COP25 climate talks, Kalina Oroschakoff and Zack Colman, Politico
US - Why You Shouldn't Believe Those G.D.P. Numbers, David Leonhart, New York Times
US/Sanctions - Strengthening the Economic Arsenal: Bolstering the Deterrent and Signaling Effects of Sanctions, ​Elizabeth Rosenberg and Jordan Tama, CNAS
US/China/Trade - Initial U.S.-China Deal Defuses Tensions, But U.S. Still Has Concerns, Alan Rappeport, Ana Swanson, Keith Bradsher and Chris Buckley, New York Times
US/China/Digital - United States- China Collaboration on the Internet of Things Safety: What Next? Karl Frederick Rauscher, Atlantic Council
EU/Digital - Europe first: the EU’s digital industrialisation challenge​, Valentina Romei, Financial Times
EU/Digital - EU Is More Than A Decade Late In Its Plan To Be A Global Cloud Superpower, Eline Chivot, Center for Data Innovation
UK - How class, turnout and the Brexit party shaped the general election result, John Burn-Murdoch, Billy Ehrenberg-Shannon and Oliver Elliott, Financial Times​
UK - For Scotland and Northern Ireland, A Weakening of Ties, Ceylan Yeginsu and Stephen Castle, New York Times​
UK/Europe - The battle for EU membership is lost, but a European England is still possible, Timothy Garton Ash, The Guardian​
UK/EU - Boris Johnson’s Victory Is Exactly What the EU Wants, Garvan Walshe, Foreign Policy
Germany/Migration - Integration and Its Discontents: Germany’s Bold Experiment, Caitlin L. Chandler, New York Review of Books​
Arctic - Our Future Depends on the Arctic, Durwood J. Zaelke and Paul Bledsoe, New York Times​
Eurozone - The ECB is running out of policy space: Can fiscal policy help? Daniel Gros and Angela Capolongo, Centre for European Policy Studies
Europe - Five challenges for Europe, Ditchley Park, Centre for European Reform

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