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Thursday, December 19, 2019
Chemical Weapons, Corruption, Digital, EU, Europe, France, Migration, NATO, Technology, US

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The United States, Europe, and World Order: 2020-21 DAAD Post-Doctoral Fellows at the School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) Johns Hopkins University Washington, DC

Must-Reads
US - Impeachment won't force Trump out of office. But it matters for our republic, Andrew Gawthorpe, The Guardian
US - The House has impeached Trump. But in a sense, he won, Dana Milbank, Washington Post
US/Migration - The Changing Face of ImmigrationAlicia A. Caldwell, Wall Street Journal
US - Domestic Hurdles to a Grand Strategy of Restraint, C. William Walldorf, Jr. and Andrew Yeo, Washington Quarterly
US - Whither the “City Upon a Hill”? Donald Trump, America First, and American Exceptionalism, Hilde Eliassen Restad, Texas National Security Review
Europe - Europe’s Authoritarian Challenge, Jessica Brandt and Torrey Taussig, Washington Quarterly
NATO - NATO Is Not Brain Dead, Rose Gottemoeller, Foreign Affairs
Chemical Weapons - Rigid Structures, Evolving Threat: Preventing the Proliferation and Use of Chemical Weapons, Rebecca K.C. Hersman, Suzanne Claeys and Cyrus A. Jabbari, Center for Strategic and International Studies
Digital - Alienated, Alone And Angry: What The Digital Revolution Really Did To Us, Joseph Bernstein, Buzzfeed
Digital/Technology - Dawn of a Decade: The Top Ten Tech Policy Issues for the 2020s, Brad Smith, LinkedIn
Digital/EU - EU Legal Opinion on Facebook Case Spells Trouble For Data Transfers, Sam Schechner and Valentina Pop, Wall Street Journal
Digital/EU - Europe’s Third Way in Cyberspace, Annegret Bendiek and Martin Schallbruch, German Institute for International and Security Affairs
Corruption - Taking the Fight to the Kleptocrats, Dalibor Rohac, American Interest
France - What Macron Plans for Europe, Rym Momtaz, Politico

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