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Thursday, December 5, 2019
China, Climate, Defense, Digital, Eastern Europe, Energy, EU, Euro, Georgia, Germany, Global, NATO, Nuclear, Trade, Ukraine, US

Must-Reads
NATO - London Declaration, North Atlantic Treaty Organization
US - A Manifesto for Restrainers, Stephen M. Walt, Responsible Statecraft
US/Defense - Strategic Threats, Ongoing Challenges, and National Defense Strategy Implementation, John C. Rood, Testimony to the Senate Armed Services Committee
Germany - The Collapse of German Centrism, Peter Kuras, Foreign Affairs
Trade - Ways Out of the WTO’s December Crisis: How to Prevent the Open Global Trade Order from Unravelling, Laura von Daniels, Susanne Dröge, and Alexandra Bögner, German Institute for International and Security Affairs
Trade - Can We Save the WTO Appellate Body? Chad P. Bown, Peterson Institute for International Economics
Euro - Europe First: taking on the dominance of the US dollar, Martin Sandbu, Financial Times
Euro - How the euro has become ‘the world’s new carry trade’, Eva Szalay, Financial Times
Eastern Europe - Eastern Europe’s transition to capitalism, 30 years on, Martin Sandbu, Financial Times
Ukraine - Ukraine’s Divided House Still Stands, Brian Milakovsky, Foreign Affairs
Ukraine - How to Stabilize Ukraine Long Term? Securitize Well-Being, Cynthia Buckley, Ralph Clem, and Erik Herron, War on the Rocks
Georgia/EU - Does EU have role in stopping backsliding in Georgia? Kornely Kakachia and Bidzina Lebanidze, EU Observer
EU - The European Commission’s Enhanced Rule of Law Mechanism, Molly O’Neal, German Institute for International and Security Affairs
EU - The Expansion of Frontex, Raphael Bossong, German Institute for International and Security Affairs 
Energy/Climate - We need to balance energy and climate needs to keep our planet livable, András Simonyi and Richard Morningstar, The Hill
Digital - Reviewing a Multipolar Tech World in 2019: China, United States, and EU-Japan, Chan Jia Hao, Council on Foreign Relations
Nuclear/China - What the End of the INF Treaty Means for China, Andrey Baklitskiy, Carnegie Moscow Center
Global - Subversive Statecraft, Melissa M. Lee, Foreign Affairs

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