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November 30th, 2018
China, Defense, Economy, EU, Europe, France, Germany, Hungary, Migration, Nuclear, Russia, Saudi Arabia, South Sudan, Trade, UK, US

Must-Reads
South Sudan/Europe/China - Weapons Supplies into South Sudan’s Civil War, Conflict Armament Research
Trade - NAFTA 2.0 is signed — but it’s far from finished, Doug Palmer and Megan Cassella, Politico
Hungary - Orban and His Allies Cement Control of Hungary’s News Media, Patrick Kingsley, The New York Times
Nuclear/Saudi Arabia Why Saudi Arabia Will Acquire Nuclear Weapons, Paul Pillar, National Interest
Russia - How Putin is Perfecting His Border Plan, Michael Hirsch, Foreign Policy
US - A Foreign Policy for All: Strengthening Democracy – At Home and Abroad, Elizabeth Warren, Foreign Affairs
US Three heretic authors take on the foreign policy blob, Steven Kinzer, Boston Globe
US - Progressives are thinking seriously about foreign policy, Daniel Drezner, Washington Post
Economy - Countering the geography of discontent: Strategies for left-behind places, Clara Hendrickson, Mark Muro, and William A. Galston, Brookings Institution
Economy - The economic problem tearing countries apart, Martin Sandbu, Financial Times
Migration Under far-right pressure, Europe retreats from UN migration pact, Eline Schaart, Politico
UK/US US and UK strike ‘open skies’ aviation pact, Josh Spero, Financial Times
UK/EU Six reasons why ‘Norway Plus’ is an unlikely Brexit outcome, Alex Barker, Financial Times
Germany/Defense Germany plans to increase size of armed forces, Tobias Buck, Financial Times
France Riots, low ratings … where did it all go wrong for Emmanuel Macron? Marion Van Renterghem, The Guardian
Europe/US A European Goes to Trump’s Washington, Ivan Krastev, The New York Times
 
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Dr. Daniel S. Hamilton, Austrian Marshall Plan Foundation Professor, at Johns Hopkins University SAIS
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