Wednesday, January 22, 2020
Baltic, China, Defense, Democracy, Digital, Economics, EU, Europe, Iran, Libya, Russia, Security, Trade, US
Democracy - Democracy Index 2019, Economist Intelligence Unit

US - The Cost of an Incoherent Foreign Policy, Brett McGurk, Foreign Affairs
US - What to Expect from the United States: A Look Ahead at US Foreign Policy, Ian Lesser, IAI Rome
US/IranAlternatives to War with Iran are Dwindling, Robert E. Hunter, Responsible Statecraft
US/China/TradeDoes the Phase One China Deal Measure Up? Depends on How You Measure, Claire Reade, Center for Strategic & International Studies
US/China/Trade - Unappreciated hazards of the US-China phase one deal, Chad P. Bown, Peterson Institute for International Economics
US/Russia - Stay in the Open Skies Treaty…For Now, Peter Brookes, Heritage Foundation
Russia - Neo-Containment: a Strategy toward Russia, Henrik Larsen, Center for Security Studies, ETH Zurich
RussiaRussia at the United Nations: Law, Sovereignty, and Legitimacy, Philip Remler, Carnegie Endowment For International Peace
Baltic/Security - Hard security dynamics in the Baltic Sea region: From turbulence to tense stability, Matti Pesu, Finnish Institute of International Affairs
EU - Why EU should ban Hezbollah, Richard A. Grenell, Politico
EU/DefenseThe Challenges Ahead for EU Defense Cooperation, Sophia Besch, German Marshall Fund
EU/LibyaWhat's Libya's impact on EU foreign policy? Jan Techau, EU Observer
Europe/EconomicsThe risk of inaction: Economic threats against Europe, Jonathan Hackenbroich, European Council on Foreign Relations
Europe/Digital - Artificial intelligence and cybersecurity, Lorenzo Pupillo, CEPS
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