June 17th, 2019
China, Digital, EU, Germany, Iran, Migration, Moldova, Populism, Russia, Trade, UK, US

Featured Study
Russia 2028:  A New Russian Spring? Forward-Looking Scenarios in Russian-European-American-Relations, Daniel S. Hamilton and Stefan Meister

Trade/US/EUEU and US broker beef import deal that promises to end dispute, Jim Brunsden, Financial Times
US/EUEurope’s Dream: Escaping the Dictatorship of the Dollar, Keith Johnson, Foreign Policy
UK/EU - A no-deal Brexit would be a lunacy wrapped up in a stupidity, Martin Wolf, Financial Times
EU/RussiaRussia Sought to Use Social Media to Influence E.U. Vote, Report Finds, Adam Satariano, New York Times
US/Russia - U.S. Escalates Online Attacks on Russia’s Power Grid, David E. Sanger and Nicole Perlroth, New York Times
US/Migration - A New Migrant Surge at the Border, This One From Central Africa, Manny Fernandez, New York Times
Populism - Crashing the Parties, Josef Joffe, The American Interest
Populism The new macroeconomics of populism, David Lubin, Financial Times
Germany/MigrationEast-West Exodus: The Millions Who Left, Christian Bangel, et al., Die Zeit
Germany Anti-Semitism Among Islamists in Germany, Federal Agency for Protection of the Constitution, translated by Jennifer S. Bryson, Hudson Institute
Digital The Next Big Phones Could Bring a Billion People Online, Shira Ovide, Bloomberg
China - How Hong Kong’s Leader Made the Biggest Political Retreat by China Under Xi, Keith Bradsher, New York Times
Iran - Iran Threatens to Violate Nuclear Deal’s Limits on Uranium Enrichment, Megan Specia, New York Times
Moldova - Gatekeeping in Action: Moldova’s Parliament Attempts to Recapture its Government from Oligarchy, Max Levites, Transatlantic Leadership Network

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