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February 18th, 2019
China, Eastern Europe, Economy, EU, Europe, Finance, Germany, Kosovo, Russia, Security, Serbia, Trade, UK, US

Must-Reads
US ‘Emergencies’ have always been the pretext on which the safeguards of individual liberty have been eroded, Friedrich Hayek, Law, Legislation, and Liberty
US/Europe - Munich Security Conference 2019, Munich Security Conference
US/Europe - Munich Conference Highlights a Divided U.S., Jessica Donati and Bojan Pancevski, Wall Street Journal
US/EuropeRift Between Trump and Europe is Now Open and Angry, Steven Erlanger and Katrin Bennhold, New York Times
US/Europe - Donald Trump’s ill-timed rift with Europe, Rana Foroohar, Financial Times
US/EuropeThe Case for a Progressive Transatlantic Policy, Max Levites, Transatlantic Leadership Network
Finance/UK/EU/USFor Wall Street Banks in London, It’s Moving Time, Amie Tsang and Matthew Goldstein, New York Times
Trade/UK/EUWhat would a no-deal Brexit mean for trade? The Economist
Trade/USMeasuring Trump’s 2018 Trade Protection: Five Takeaways, Chad P. Bown and Eva Zhang, Peterson Institute for Internationl Economics
Eastern EuropeScenarios for a Wider Europe, Michael Emerson, CEPS
China/SerbiaChinese investment leaves Serbia in a bind, Vladimir Krulj, Financial Times
Germany/Economy - German export machine braced for global shocks, Guy Chazan, Financial Times
Germany/SecurityGermany and European Security: Ready to Leave the Comfort Zone Yet? Andrea Rotter, American Institute for Contemporary German Studies
Kosovo Bravo, but Kosovo can wait, Daniel Serwer, Peacefare
Russia State of Play: Russia and the Fraying West, Dmitri Trenin, Carnegie Moscow Center

 
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