March 29th, 2019
China, Economy, EU, Europe, Germany, Iran, Kosovo, NATO, Nuclear, Russia, Sanctions, Trade, UK, Ukraine, US

Featured Study
US/Europe – European Commerce and the 50 U.S. States: A State-by-State Comparison, Daniel S. Hamilton and Joseph P. Quinlan
UK/EUHouse of Commons rejects Brexit divorce deal for third time, Charlie Cooper and Tom McTague, Politico
Trade/North America - NAFTA to USMCA: What is Gained? Mary E. Burfisher, Frederic Lambert, and Troy Matheson, IMF Working Paper, International Monetary Fund
Trade/Europe/US - The European Parliament Elections and the Future of the Transatlantic Trade Relationship, William Alan Reinsch, Center for Strategic & International Studies
Nuclear - Five Ways to Counter INF Violations, Ulrich Kuhn, Valdai Club
Nuclear How to Think About Nuclear Crises, Mark S. Bell, Julia Macdonald, Texas National Security Review
Sanctions Maintaining America’s Coercive Economic Strength: Five Trends to Watch in U.S. Sanctions, Howard Berman, Paula Dobriansky, et. al, CNAS Task Force on the Future of U.S. Sanctions
NATO/Kosovo - The Kosovo War in Retrospect, James Goldgeier and Gorana Grgic, War on the Rocks
NATO/Russia - Does NATO Provoke Russia? Janusz Bugajski, Center for European Policy Analysis
Russia/UkraineWant to know what’s next in Russian election interference? Pay attention to Ukraine’s elections, Alina Polyakova, Brookings
Ukraine - Making Sense of Ukraine’s Complicated, Highly Competitive Presidential Campaign, Mikhail Minakov, Carnegie Moscow Center
US/China - US-China: Who Is Bigger and When, Derek Scissors, AEI
Germany - Germany: The Pacifist Menace, Jakub Grygiel, The American Interest
Germany/Economy - The Return of Economic Nationalism in Germany, Jeromin Zettelmeyer, Peterson Institute for International Economics
Iran - Iran's Islamic Revolution at 40: On the Way to a Post-Revolutionary Society, Walter Posch, Instituto Affari Internazionali

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