January 24th, 2019
Africa, China, EU, France, Germany, Global, Iran, Latvia, Nuclear, Poland, Russia, Turkey, Ukraine, UK, US, Venezuela

Global The Future of International Order(s), Shiping Tang, Washington Quarterly
Global/US/Russia/China - The Lost Art of Long-Term Competition, Hal Brands, Washington Quarterly
Global/EU How not to save the world: EU divisions at the UN, Richard Gowan, European Council on Foreign Relations
Germany - The World According to Germany: Reassessing 1989, Thomas Bagger, Washington Quarterly
US/Iran - What Iran’s revolution looked like from inside the shah’s palace, Strobe Talbott, Brookings Institution
Latvia - Latvia gets a new government led by Krišjānis Kariņš, LSM Latvia Public Broadcasting
Poland - Solidarity for Adamowicz, Poland, and Europe, Danuta Hübner, Center for European Policy Studies
US/EU/Africa - U.S. ‘Burden-Shifting’ Strategy in Africa Validates France’s Ambition for Greater European Strategic Autonomy, Alexandra de Hoop Scheffer and Martin Quencez, The German Marshall Fund of the United States
Nuclear/US/EU - Warsaw ‘Iran’ summit: What lies beneath, Piotr Buras, Ellie Geranmayeh and Jeremy Shapiro, European Council on Foreign Relations
US/Venezuela - Trump Recognizes Venezuelan Opposition Leader as Interim President, David A. Wemer, Atlantic Council
Venezuela/Global - Venezuela reaction shows world political splits, Michael Peel, Henry Foy and Laura Pitel, Financial Times
Turkey/Ukraine - Turkey Gives Symbolic Political, Military Support to Ukraine, Orhan Gafarli, Jamestown Foundation
Turkey - Turkey's ‘Climate of Fear’ for Journalists, Ayla Jean Yackley, The Atlantic
France - The Problem with No Name, Claire Berlinski, The American Interest
UK/EU - Sorry, Britain, You’re Just Not That Important for Europe, Simon Tilford, Foreign Policy

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