Wednesday, January 8, 2020
China, Energy, Environment, EU, Europe, Germany, Greece, Migration, Spain, Sweden, Technology, Trade, Ukraine, US, Western Balkans

Technology - Lab-grown food will soon destroy farming - and save the planet, George Monbiot, The Guardian
US - The New Anti-Americanism, Richard Wike, Foreign Affairs
US/Europe - Why Europe hates Trump more than Iran, Matthew Karnitschnig, Politico
EU/Western Balkans - The power of perspective: Why EU membership still matters in the Western Balkans, Beáta Huszka, European Council on Foreign Relations
Ukraine - Ukraine’s underrated economy is poised for a strong 2020, Anders Åslund, Atlantic Council
US/China - What Went Wrong? U.S.-China Relations from Tiananmen to Trump, James B. Steinberg, Texas National Security Review
Sweden/China - Sweden’s China Problem, Edward Lucas, Center for European Policy Analysis
Migration/US - Battle at the border: 5 essential reads on asylum, citizenship and the right to live in the US, The Conversation
Migration/Germany -  Integrating Refugees and Asylum-Seekers into the German Economy and Society, Herbert Brücker, Philipp Jaschke and Yuliya Kosyakova, Transatlantic Council on Migration
Germany - Europe's Reluctant Leader: Germany Searches for Its Role in the World, Christian Esch, Christiane Hoffmann, René Pfister, Jan Puhl, Britta Sandberg and Bernhard Zand, Spiegel Online
Energy/Germany - The Tragedy of Germany’s Energy Experiment, Jochen Bittner, New York Times
Energy - New Gas Pipeline Geopolitics in Central and Eastern Europe, Maciej Zaniewicz, Warsaw Institute
EU/US/Trade/Environment - Europe’s Green Deal Could Open a New Front in the Trade War, Bruce Stokes, Foreign Policy
Greece - Greek economy: will reality collide with fresh optimism in Athens? Ben Hall and Kerin Hope, Financial Times
Spain - Crimes and Recriminations in Catalonia: Who Is at Fault in Spain’s Catalan Crisis? Natividad Fernández Sola, Rafael Martínez, and José Javier Olivas Osuna, Foreign Affairs

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