November 8th, 2018
Cyber, Defense, Digital, Economy, Europe, Germany, Global, Iran, Middle East, NATO, Russia, UK, US

Economy - The dollar can defend its global reserve role against EU and China, Megan Greene, Financial Times
US - For Both Parties, a Political Realignment Along Cultural Lines, Jonathan Martin and Alexander Burns, The New York Times
Russia/UK - Putin Sees and Hears it all: How Russia’s intelligence agencies menace the UK, Andrew Foxall, Henry Jackson Society
US/Middle East - Khashoggi Affair: Will US Now Put Its Interests First in Middle East? Robert Hunter, Lobelog
Cyber - Norm Package For Cyberstability, The Global Commission on the Stability of Cyberspace
Germany/Defense - The 2-Percent Objective and the Bundeswehr, Ulf von Krause, Federal Academy for Security Policy
Russia/US/Iran - Stealing Its Oil Customers, Russia Throws Iran a Lifeline—and Thumbs Its Nose at U.S., Benoit Faucon, The Wall Street Journal
US/Global - Washington thinks voters hate foreign entanglements. The data says otherwise., Ivo H. Daalder and James M. Lindsay, Washington Post
US/Russia/Europe - The United States, Russia, and Europe in 2018, Olga Oliker and Andrey Kortunov, Center for Strategic & International Studies
Digital - Artificial Intelligence: What implications for EU security and defence? Daniel Fiott and Gustav Lindstrom, European Union Institute for Security Studies
EuropeThe foundation of a sovereign Europe, ​Georgi Pirinski, European Council on Foreign Relations
US/GlobalFour Ways Foreign Policy Could Change, and One Way It Won’t, Richard Fontaine, The Atlantic
NATO - NATO holds its biggest exercises since the cold war, The Economist
US - How Sessions’s Firing Could Affect the Russia Investigation, Charlie Savage, The New York Times
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