April 17th, 2019
China, Digital, EU, Europe, Finland, Global, Health, Iran, Russia, Syria, Trade, UK, Ukraine, US
Global - Beijing’s Bismarckian Ghosts: How Great Powers Compete Economically, Markus Brunnermeier, Rush Doshi and Harold James, Washington Quarterly
Global - Advice for a Dark Age: Managing Great Power Competition, Patrick Porter, Washington Quarterly
US - The Open World: What America Can Achieve After Trump, Mira Rapp-Hooper and Rebecca Friedman Lissner, Foreign Affairs
US - The End of Hubris And the New Age of American Restraint, Stephen M. Walt, Foreign Affairs
Syria - Hard Truths in Syria, Brett McGurk, Foreign Affairs
Ukraine/Russia - The Donbas Conflict: Opposing Interests and Narratives, Difficult Peace Process, Sabine Fischer, SWP
China/Europe/Trade - China’s backdoor to Europe, Theodore Pelagidis, Brookings Institution
UK/EU - How the Brexit Extension Could Scramble British and European Political Party Fortunes, Jacob Funk Kirkegaard, Peterson Institute for International Economics
EUWhat Europeans Really Want: Five Myths Debunked, Ivan Krastev, Mark Leonard& Susi Dennison, ECFR
EU - The Concepts of parliamentarism in the EU's political system: Approaching the choice between two models, Teija Tiilikainen, Finnish Institute of International Affairs
Europe/IranIran Has a Europe Problem, Jason Razaian, Washington Post
Digital - France Threatens a Digital Tax: Will the US Retaliate? Gary Clyde Hufbauer, Peterson Institute for International Economics
Finland - Finland’s Elections: Big Lessons from a Small Country? Leo Michel, Atlantic Council
Health - Why you’re more likely to die of cancer in Europe than America, Sarah Wheaton, Politico

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