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February 26th, 2019
Belarus, China, Climate, EU, Europe, Finance, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Middle East, Moldova, Nuclear, Russia, Trade, UK, US

Must-Reads
UK - Labour swings behind second referendum, Charlie Cooper, Politico
UK/IrelandAnglo-Irish relations are a casualty of Brexit, Gideon Rachman, Financial Times
UK/US/FinanceUK and US agree post-Brexit derivatives trading deal, Richard Partington, The Guardian
Trade Anger over tariffs obscures a shift in patterns of global trade, Susan Lund, Financial Times
Trade/US/EU - Build the Wall—To Keep Out the BMWs and Benzes, Philippe Legrain, Foreign Policy
EU/Middle East - EU, Arab leaders draw lines in the sand, David Herszenhorn, Politico
US/Europe - How Trump Killed the Atlantic Alliance, Philip H. Gordon and Jeremy Shapio, Foreign Affairs
US/Europe - The Accidental Atlanticist, Mark Leonard, Project Syndicate
Germany/FranceThe Aachen Mutual Defence Clause: A Closer Look at the Franco-German TreatyElie Perot, Egmont Institute
Nuclear - Trump Accidentally Just Triggered Global Nuclear Proliferation, Sarah Bidgood, Foreign Policy
Russia - Russia’s Global Ambitions in Perspective, Julia Gurganus, Eugene Rumer, Carnegie
Belarus - Can Belarus become a success story of European security? Yauheni Preiherman, ECFR
Moldova - Moldova’s Weak Democracy Is a Growing Risk for Europe, Cristina Gherasimov, Chatham House
China - Rise of China’s private armies, Odil Gafarov, Chatham House
Italy - Italian Foreign Policy: The More Things Change, The More They Stay The Same, Maria Elena Gutierrez, GMF
Climate/EU - After the Katowice Climate Summit: Building Blocks for the EU Climate AgendaSusanne Dröge, Vijeta Rattani, SWP

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Dr. Daniel S. Hamilton, Austrian Marshall Plan Foundation Professor, at Johns Hopkins University SAIS
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