February 11th, 2019
China, Digital, EU, Europe, Globalization, Middle East, NATO, Nuclear, Post-Soviet space, Technology, Trade, Turkey, US, Western Balkans

Globalization - Understanding Globalization, Bank for International Settlements
Europe - Europe Does Not Exist, Josef Joffe, Commentary
Nuclear - ​
Goodbye, INF Treaty. Hello, New Arms Race? Robert E. Hunter, Lobelog
Nuclear - 
How Russia Undermined Over 30 Years of Nuclear Arms Control, Kay Bailey Hutchison, New York Times
Trade/EU/US - 
Draft Motion for a Resolution to wind up the debate on the statement by the Commission pursuant to Rule 123(2) of the Rules of Procedure on the recommendations for opening of trade negotiations between the EU and the US (2019/2537(RSP)) AND Amendments to the Draft Resolution, Bernd Lange on behalf of the Committee on International Trade, European Parliament
NATO/Western Balkans - 
NATO secures the Western Balkans, Janusz Bugajski, Center for European Policy Analysis
Assessing Ukrainian Grassroots Activism Five Years After Euromaidan, Natalia Shapovalova, Carnegie Europe
Post-Soviet space -
What has remained of the USSR: Exploring the erosion of the post-Soviet space, Arkady Moshes and Andras Racz, Finnish Institute of International Affairs
Middle East
America's Mideast retreat, Paul Salem, Chatham House
Iran - 
The shadow of 1979 - Four decades after its revolution, Iran is still stuck in the past, The Economist
Turkey -
Turkey’s Options for Northeastern Syria: Some Conditional Insights, Şaban Kardaş, The German Marshall Fund of the United States
Digital/Technology - 
The Internet, Divided Between the U.S. and China, Has Become a Battleground, Josh Chin, Wall Street Journal
China/Technology - 
Understanding China’s AI Strategy, Gregory C. Allen, CNAS
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