November 5th, 2018
Defense, Digital, Economy, EU, Europe, Eurozone, Global, Iran, Korea, Nuclear, Regulation, Security, Trade, US

Global - The collision of these three geographies are molding a new world order, Samir Saran, World Economic Forum
Global - Grappling With Globalization 4.0, Klaus Schwab, Project Syndicate
US/Iran/Nuclear - Renewed sanctions will push Iran towards a better nuclear deal, Steven Mnuchin, Financial Times
US/Iran - The Challenge of Iran to US Security Policy, Karl Kaiser, Kurt Volker, et al, Metro UN
US/Iran/Europe - Europe prepares for US Iran sanctions hit, Financial Times
Europe/Iran - Europe's Iran dilemma, Julien Barnes-Dacey and Ellie Geranmayeh, European Council on Foreign Relations
Global/Nuclear - Armed and Dangerous, Scott D. Sagan, Foreign Affairs
US - Trump’s Screwing Up His Own Foreign Policy, Ivo Daalder and James Lindsay, Politico
US - The Foreign-Policy Establishment Reeks of Desperation, Stephen M. Walt, Foreign Policy
US - Contextualizing The “Trump Doctrine", Ville Sinkkonen, Finnish Institute of International Affairs
US/Korea - KORUS Amendments: Minor Adjustments Fixed What Trump Called “Horrible Trade Deal”, Jeffrey J. Schott and Euijin Jung, Peterson Institute for International Economics
US/Trade/RegulationAmerica gives up writing the global trade rule book, Financial Times
US/EU/DefenseThe United States Should Rally Behind European Strategic Autonomy, Rachel Rizzo, European Leadership Network
Security/Digital - Artificial Intelligence And National Security, Lindsey R. Sheppard, Robert Karlén, Andrew P. Hunter and Leonardo Balieiro, Center for Strategic & International Studies
EU/Economy - Can Europe strengthen its “economic sovereignty”? Daniel Daianu, European Council on Foreign Relations
Eurozone - Euro area reform: An anatomy of the debate, Jean Pisani-Ferry, Centre for Economic Policy Research
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