January 25th, 2019
Afghanistan, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Economy, Europe, EU, Finance, Global, Globalization, Nuclear, Republic of North Macedonia, Russia, Self-Determination, Ukraine, UK, US

Global Remembering 1919: international organizations and the future of international order, Glenda Sluga, Chatham House
Global - What If…? Scanning the horizon: 12 scenarios for 2021, Florence Gaub, European Union Institute for Security Studies
Globalization The steam has gone out of globalisation, The Economist
US/Afghanistan - Our Longest War Is Still an Important War, Michael E. O’Hanlon, New York Times
US - The rise and fall of American hegemony from Wilson to Trump, Joseph S. Nye Jr, International Affairs
Europe - Europe: between dream and reality? Erik Jones and Anand Menon, International Affairs
Europe/Economy - How to combat Europe’s economic slowdown, Christian Odendahl, Centre for European Reform
Finance - Financial Networks of Mass Destruction, Elizabeth Rosenberg, Neil Bhatiya, Claire Groden and Ashley Feng, Center for a New American Security
Nuclear - The blame game begins over the INF Treaty’s demise, and Washington is losing, Steven Pifer, Brookings Institution
Russia - Putin’s Calendar of Subversion, Janusz Bugajski, Center for European Policy Analysis
Ukraine - Finding a new East-West understanding to avoid open war, Karl Kaiser, Metro UN
Self-Determination - Independence Movements and Their Aftermath, Jon B. Alterman and Will Todman, Center for Strategic & International Studies
Republic of North Macedonia - Greeks Approve Deal to Rename Macedonia, in Victory for the West, Jason Horowitz, New York Times
Armenia/Azerbaijan - How Ready Are Armenia and Azerbaijan for Peace? Laurence Broers, Chatham House
UK/EU - Fixing the European Union's Brexit Strategy, Frances G. Burwell, Atlantic Council

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