February 1st, 2019
Afghanistan, Baltics, Black Sea, Defense, France, Germany, Hungary, Iran, Labor, NATO, Nuclear, Poland, Russia, Technology, UK, US

US/Russia/Nuclear - U.S. Suspends Nuclear Arms Treaty with Russia, David E. Sanger, New York Times
US - E Pluribus Unum? The Fight Over Identity Politics, Stacey Y. Abrams; John Sides; Michael Tesler; Lynn Vavreck; Jennifer A. Richeson; and Francis Fukuyama, Foreign Affairs
UK/France/Germany/Iran - Joint Statement on the New Mechanism to Facilitate Trade with Iran, Governments of the UK, France and Germany
UK/France/Germany/Iran - 3 European Nations Create Firm to Trade With Iran, but Will Anyone Use It? Steven Erlanger, New York Times
France/Germany/Defense - The paper Euro-army, The Economist 
NATO - Contemporary Deterrence: Insights and Lessons from Enhanced Forward Presence, Kalev Stoicescu and Pauli Järvaenpää, International Centre for Defence and Security

Poland/Hungary - Hungary and Poland: What Next for Europe’s “Illiberal Vanguard”? Joerg Forbig; Edit Zgut; and Wojciech Przybylski, German Marshall Fund of the United States
Baltics - Resilience of Necessity in the Baltics, Ojars Eriks Kalnins, RUSI
Baltics/Russia - How the Baltics resist Russia, The Economist
Russia - How Russia is corrupting the liberal world order, Josh Rogin, Washington Post
Russia/Black Sea - Russia’s Hybrid Strategy in the Sea of Azov: Divide and Antagonize, Alla Hurska, RealClearWorld
Russia - Russia Perfecting Its Elections Interference Toolkit in Moldova, Dumitru Minzarari, The Jamestown Foundation 
Technology/Labor - White-Collar Robots Are Coming for Jobs, Richard Baldwin, Wall Street Journal
Afghanistan - In Afghanistan, a fragile hope emerges, Vygaudas Ušackas, European Council on Foreign Relations
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