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Friday, October 18, 2019
Albania, Defense, Democracy, Eastern Europe, EU, Eurasia, Europe,
G7, Ireland, North Macedonia, Populism, Russia, Syria, Turkey, UK, Ukraine, US

Must-Reads
US - Who can trust Trump’s America? The Economist
US - The High Price of Trump’s Great Betrayal, Richard N. Haass, Project Syndicate
US/Ukraine - Mulvaney Says, Then Denies, That Trump Held Back Ukraine Aid as Quid Pro Quo, Michael D. Shear and Katie Rogers, New York Times
US/Turkey/Syria - In ‘Cave-In,’ Trump Cease-Fire Cements Turkey’s Gains in Syria, David E. Sanger and Eric Schmitt, New York Times
US/Europe/Syria - The latest Syrian crisis is a warning to Europe, Gérard Errera, Financial Times
US/G7 - Shrugging off allegations of self-dealing, Trump picks his Doral resort for G7 summit, Anita Kuman and Quint Forgey, Politico
UK/EU - The Brexit deal explained, Politico
UK/EU - European Union’s Message to U.K.: Just Leave Already, Steven Erlanger, New York Times
UK/EU - 3 concessions by the EU that led to a Brexit deal, David M. Herszenhorn, Jacopo Barigazzi and Hans von der Burchard, Politico
UK/EU/Ireland/US - Brexit And The Irish Issue—The American Dimension, Robert E. Hunter, Lobelog
UK/Defense - UK defence policy and Brexit: Time to rethink London’s European strategy, Alice Billon-Galland, European Leadership Network
EU/North Macedonia/Albania - EU leaders deadlock over membership talks for North Macedonia, Albania, David M. Herszenhorn, Politico
Democracy/Eastern Europe/Eurasia - Behind the Electoral Curtain of Post-Soviet Regimes, Celestine Bohlen, New York Times
Populism - The Case for Populism, Maria Schmidt, New York Times
Populism - Are Populists Unusually Prone to Political Blunders? Lukas Kaelin and Benjamin Kaelin, Foreign Affairs
Russia - Let Russia Be Russia: The Case for a More Pragmatic Approach to Moscow, Thomas Graham, Foreign Affairs

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