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May 29th, 2019
EU, Europe, Germany, Iraq, Japan, Kosovo, Money laundering, NATO, Northern Ireland, Nuclear, Russia, Serbia, Technology, Trade war, UK, Ukraine, US

Featured Study

Winning Congressional and Public Support for NATO Enlargement, and the Political Psychology of Collective Defense, Jeremy D. Rosner

Must Reads


Europe/Money launderingWe need to get serious about money laundering in Europe, Richard Parlour, Centre for European Policy Studies
UK/JapanThe UK and Japan: Forging a Global and Proactive Partnership, Chatham House
Northern Ireland
Northern Ireland and the Backstop: Why ‘alternative arrangements’ aren’t an alternative, Sam Lowe, Centre for European Reform
Russia -
Symbolism and Radicalization: The New Russian Protest, Andrey Pertsev, Carnegie Moscow Center
Russia Russia’s influence arsenal, Edward Lucas, Center for European Policy Analysis
Trade war - How the trade war between China and America is changing global business, The Economist
Technology - A Study of More Than 250 Platforms Reveals Why Most Fail, David Yoffie, Annabelle Gawer and Michael Cusumano, Harvard Business Review
Russia/Nuclear - U.S. Says Russia Likely Conducting Low-Yield Nuke Tests, Defying Test Ban Treaty, Michael Gordon, Wall Street Journal
US/IraqThe Last War—and the Next? Learning the Wrong Lessons From Iraq, Jon Finer, Foreign Affairs
NATO - Myths Surrounding the Two Percent Debate – on NATO defence spending, Karl-Heinz Kamp, German Federal Academy for Security Policy
Serbia/Kosovo
Serbia Needs Kosovo’s Respect, Not Its Land, Edward P. Joseph, Foreign Policy
Ukraine - Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky: Once a Comedian, Now a Head of State to be Taken Seriously, Quentin Lopinot, Center for Strategic & International Studies
EU - Rule of Law infringement procedures, Petra Bard and Anna Śledzińska-Simon, Centre for European Policy Studies
Germany - Will Merkel Be Followed by Darkness? René Pfister, Der Spiegel
Europe The Sick Man of Europe Is Europe, Josef Joffe, Wall Street Journal

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