December 17th, 2018
Armenia, Asia, Climate, EU, Europe, Italy, NATO, North Korea. Russia, Syria, Trade, Ukraine, UK, US

Russia/UkraineRussia pays no price for piracy in Kerch Strait, Stephen Blank and Debra Cagan, The Hill
Europe/North KoreaFacets of the North Korea Conflict: Actors, Problems and Europe’s Interests, Hanns Günther Hilpert, Oliver Meier, eds., SWP
USThe Battle Inside the Political Parties for the Future of U.S. Foreign Policy, Emma Ashford and Trevor Thrall, War on the Rocks
US - New report on Russian disinformation, prepared for the Senate, shows the operation’s scale and sweep, Craig Timberg and Tony Romm, Washington Post
US - How Did the Republican Party Get So Corrupt? George Packer, The Atlantic
US/SyriaAmerica’s Hidden War in Syria, Liz Sly, Washington Post
US/Asia - What Does Growing U.S.-China Rivalry Mean for America’s Allies in Asia? John S. Van Oudenaren, National Interest
Trade Comments on Negotiating Objectives for a U.S.-European Union Trade Agreement, U.S. Chamber of Commerce
Trade United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA): Potential impact on EU companies, European Parliament Research Service
Trade The impact of artificial intelligence on international trade, Joshua Meltzer, Brookings Institution
NATO/USWhy the United States Needs a Cohesive NATO, Ben Hodges, GMF
Armenia - Armenia’s Revolution Will Not be Monopolized, Maxim Edwards, Foreign Policy
Italy - The Dangerous New Face of Salvini’s Italy, Walter Mayr, Der Spiegel
UK/EU - Brexit: the Conservatives and their thirty years’ war over Europe, Robert Shrimsley, Financial Times
Climate - 5 takeaways from the COP24 global climate summit, Kalina Oroschakoff and Paola Tamma, Politico

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