Wednesday, October 23, 2019
China, Defense, Digital, EU, Finance, Middle East, NATO, Poland,
Russia, Syria, Technology, Turkey, UK, Ukraine, US

Featured Studies
The Endgame of the Reagan Doctrine: Democratic Transition in Nicaragua and Chaos in AfghanistanJohn-Michael Arnold, in Exiting the Cold War, Entering a New World, Daniel S. Hamilton and Kristina Spohr, eds.

US/Ukraine - Opening Statement of Ambassador William B. Taylor
US/Ukraine6 Key Revelations of Taylor’s Opening Statement to Impeachment Investigators, Karen LaFraniere, New York Times
US/Ukraine/Russia - Trump’s Gift to Putin, Michael McFaul, Foreign Affairs
Russia/Turkey/Syria - Russia and Turkey reach deal to push Kurdish forces out of zone in northern Syria, Kareem Fahim, Karen DeYoung and Missy Ryan, The Washington Post
Poland - Poland, America, and a new West, Daniel Fried, Atlantic Council
UK/EU - Brexit limbo strikes again, Emilio Casalicchio and David M. Herszenhorn, Politico
EU/US/Digital - Report from the Commission to the European Parliament and the Council on the third annual review of the functioning of the EU-U.S. Privacy Shield, European Commission
EU/Defense - The European Commission in EU Defense Industrial Policy, Sophia Besch, Carnegie Europe
EU/NATO - Mutual Reinforcement: CSDP and NATO in the Face of Rising Challenges, Corentin Brustlein, IFRI
Digital/Finance - The Digitalization of Money, Markus K. Brunnermeier, Harold James and Jean-Pierre Landau, Princeton University 
China/Russia - Tacit Alliance: Russia and China Take Military Partnership to New Level, Vassily Kashin, Carnegie Moscow Center
China/Middle East - China’s great game in the Middle East, Camille Lons, Jonathan Fulton, Degang Sun and Naser Al-Tamimi, European Council on Foreign Relations
Defense/Technology - Emerging Technologies and Next Generation Arms Control, James Andrew Lewis, Center for Strategic and International Studies

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