February 14th, 2019
Central Europe, Defense, Democracy, Eastern Europe, EU, Europe, Energy, Finance, Media, Nationalism, Russia, Spain, Technology, Trade, Ukraine, US

Democracy - Upholding Democracy in a Post-Western Order, Richard Youngs, Carnegie Europe
Democracy/MediaDemocracy At Risk: Threats and Attacks Against Media Freedom in Europe, Council of Europe
Nationalism - This Is Your Brain on Nationalism: The Biology of Us and Them, Robert Sapolsky, Foreign Affairs
Nationalism - Building a Better Nationalism: The Nation’s Place in A Globalized World, Yael Tamir, Foreign Affairs
US/Central Europe - The Mike Pompeo Road Show in Central Europe, Tomáš Valášek, Carnegie Europe
Europe/Defense - Europe’s NATO Problem, David Herszenhorn, Politico
Energy Nord Stream 2: Who fared best, Anca Gurzu, Politico
Finance Brussels’ dirty money blacklist triggers US backlash, Bjarke Smith-Meyer, Politico
Finance/Eastern Europe - Strategies and Approaches of International Financial Institutions towards Eastern Partnership Countries, Ramūnas Vilpišauskas, EU-STRAT
Technology/USAccelerating America’s Leadership in Artificial Intelligence, The White House
Technology/Defense/US - Summary of the 2018 Department of Defense Artificial Intelligence Strategy, U.S. Department of Defense
Ukraine - Five Years (Is/Is Not)* A Long Time In Ukrainian Politics (*Delete As Applicable), Ian Bond, Centre for European Reform
Ukraine/Russia - Russia and Ukraine: A Lethal Codependency, Gleb Pavlovsky, Carnegie Moscow Center
EU/US/Trade - The EU Draft Motion That Could Lead to Car Tariffs, Marie Kasperek, Atlantic Council
Spain - The Catalan issue pushes Spain to the brink of yet another election, The Economist

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