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April 1st, 2019
Africa, Authoritarianism, China, EU, Europe, Georgia, Italy, Migration, NATO, Russia, Turkey, Ukraine, US

Featured Study
US/Europe – U.S. Commerce and Europe: A Country-by-Country Comparison, Daniel S. Hamilton and Joseph P. Quinlan
 
Must-Reads
NATO - Assessing NATO’s Value, Paul Belkin, Congressional Research Service
NATO - NATO at 70: How strong is public support? Karlyn Bowman, Forbes
US/Europe - For Europe, A Deeply Polarized U.S. Public is a Bigger Challenge than Trump, Bruce Stokes, GMF
US/Energy - The Changing Role of Energy in the U.S. Economy, Sarah Ladislaw and Jesse Barnett, CSIS
Italy/China - Italy’s Deal with China Signals a Shift as U.S. Influence Recedes, Jason Horowitz, New York Times
Europe/China - Can Europe “Be Open But Not Stupid” on Foreign Acquisitions by China? Theodore H. Moran, Peterson Institute for International Economics
EU - Catch me if you can: The European arrest warrant and the End of Mutual Trust, Camino Mortera-Martinez, Centre for European Reform
Authoritarianism - Robert Kagan’s Cloudy Crystal Ball, Andrew E. Bacevich, The American Conservative
Migration The Cost of Non-Europe in the Area of Legal Migration, Sergio Carrera, et. al, CEPS
Russia/Africa - Russia’s Military Mission Creep Advances to a New Front: Africa, Eric Schmitt, New York Times
Georgia - Political Polarization and Media: Threats to the Democratic Process in Georgia, Nino Robakidze, Georgian Institute of Politics
Ukraine/Russia - Ukraine’s Election Is a Mess—and That’s Exactly What Putin Wants, Justin Lynch, Project Syndicate
Turkey - Erdoğan loses control of Ankara in Turkish elections, Zia Weise, Politico
Ukraine - Ukraine puts a TV comedian in pole position to be president, The Economist

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