December 19th, 2018
Central Europe, Development, Digital, Dollar, Economy, Emissions, Energy, EU, Euro, France, Hungary, Iran, Latvia, North Korea, Russia, Switzerland, UK, US

US/Development - A U.S. multilateral aid review, Anthony F. Pipa, Brina Seidel and Caroline Conroy, Brookings Institution
DollarThe Future of the Dollar—and Its Role in Financial Diplomacy, Christopher Smart, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
EuroThe euro as an international currency, Francesco Papadia and Konstantinos Efstathiou, Bruegel
Hungary - Hungary’s Sudden Protests Punch a Hole in Orbán’s Legitimization Narrative, Daniel Hegedüs, The German Marshall Fund of the United States
Energy - Iran oil exports: 8 waivers and the OPEC meeting, Sara Vakhshouri, European Council on Foreign Relations
Switzerland/Iran - Switzerland prepares to launch Iran payments channel, Michael Peel, Ralph Atkins, and Najmeh Bozorgmehr, Financial Times
EU/Emissions - Five myths about an EU ETS carbon price floor, Christian Flachsland, Michael Pahle, Dallas Burtraw Ottmar Edenhofer, Milan Elkerbout, Carolyn Fischer Oliver Tietjen and Lars Zetterberg, CEPS
EU/Economy Overestimating the EU Economy, Mohamed A. El-Erian, Project Syndicate
Russia The Russian Paradox, Edward Lucas, CEPA
Russia/US The Reset That Wasn’t: The Permanent Crisis of U.S.-Russia Relations, Robert E. Hamilton, Foreign Policy Research Institute
Russia/USHow Russia Hacked U.S. Politics With Instagram Marketing, Elias Groll, Foreign Policy
US/North Korea - U.S. Sanctions North Korean Officials for Human Rights Violations—How Significant? Robert R. King, Center for Strategic & International Studies
France/EU - France's Deficit Tests the Flexibility of the EU's Fiscal Rules, Jérémie Cohen-Setton and Álvaro Leandro, Peterson Institute for International Economics
Central Europe - Divided at the centre: Germany, Poland, and the troubles of the Trump era, Piotr Buras and Josef Janning, European Council on Foreign Relations
Latvia - Latvia’s controlled discontents, Karlis Bukovskis, European Council on Foreign Relations
UK/EU - EU’s hard Brexit is going to hurt — a lot, David M. Herszenhorn, Politico
Digital - The GPS Wars Are Here, Elisabeth Braw, Foreign Policy

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