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February 28th, 2019
 China, Defense, EU, Eurasia, Greece, Iran, Money Laundering, North Korea, Russia, Security, Trade, UK, US

Must-Reads
US - An interactive exploration of the geography of prosperity, Ryan Nunn, Jana Parsons, and Jay Shambaugh, Brookings Institution
US American Leadership and Grand Strategy in an Age of Complexity, Tanguy Struye de Swielande, Egmont Royal Institute for International Relations
US/North Korea - After Raising the Stakes for North Korea Summit, Trump Walks Away, Uri Friedman, The Atlantic
US/Iran - From Lebanon to Iraq, US-Iran Escalation Shows No Sign of Abating, Lina Khatib, Chatham House
US/China - Statement before the Senate Small Business and Entrepreneurship Committee - Made in China 2025 and the Future of American Industry, Bonnie S. Glaser, Center for Strategic & International Studies
UK/EU - Net migration from EU to UK falls 70% since Brexit vote, Helen Warrell, Financial Times

UK/EU/TradeSweden, UK and the EU:  Managing post-Brexit Relations and Defining a new Agenda for European Competitiveness, David Henig, ECIPE
EU/Defense - European Defence: Debates in and about Poland and France, Lena Strauß and Nicolas Lux, SWP
EU/Money Laundering - The European Union Must Change its Supervisory Architecture to Fight Money Laundering, Joshua Kirschenbaum & Nicolas Véron, Peterson Institute for International Economics
Russia/EurasiaDoes Russia Have a Viable Strategy to Become an Independent Pole in Eurasia? Positive Scenario I, Alexander Lukin, ASAN Forum
Security - State of disunion: Europe, NATO, and disintegrating arms control, Piotr Buras, European Council on Foreign Relations

Greece - Greece's Turnaround: From Achilles' Heel to Regional Bedrock, Damon Wilson, Atlantic Council

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