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Monday, December 2, 2019
Canada, China, Corruption, Defense, Digital, Eastern Europe, Energy, EU, Europe, Iran, Moldova, NATO, Nuclear, Russia, Trade, US

Must-Reads
EU - Von der Leyen’s real 100-day challenge, Politico
EU - Can Europe learn to play power politics? Zaki Laïdi, Centre for European Reform
US/Energy - US is net exporter of oil for first time in decades, Gregory Meyer, Financial Times
NATO - New Perspectives on Shared Security: NATO’s Next 70 Years, Tomáš Valášek, ed., Carnegie
NATO - European Security in Crisis: What to Expect if the United States Withdraws from NATOLiana Fix and Bastian Giegerich, War on the Rocks
Nuclear/US/NATO - Turkey's Syria move highlights America's tactical nukes in Europe, The Economist
Corruption/Digital/Eastern Europe - The Criminal Silicon Valley Is Thriving, Jonathan Lusthaus, New York Times
Corruption/US - How money laundering is poisoning American democracy, Edward Luce, Financial Times
Canada/Defense - Canada has plenty to gain from upping its defence spending, Colin Robertson, Globe and Mail
Trade - It’s the end of the World Trade Organisation as we know it, and America feels fine, The Economist
China/Russia - China and Russia Are Partners - and Now Have a $55 Billion Pipeline to Prove It, Georgi Kantchev, Wall Street Journal

US/Europe/China - The Future of Transatlanticism is China, Andrew Michta, American Interest
Europe/China - Europe and China’s Belt and Road Initiative: Growing Concerns, More Strategy, Gustaaf Geeraerts, Egmont Institute
Europe - Europe needs its own Belt and Road Initiative, Editorial board, Financial Times
Europe - A European Army? It'll Never Happen, Andreas Kluth, Bloomberg
Europe/Digital - Europe must put security first with 5G, Michael R. Pompeo, Politico
Moldova - Political Will Was Not Enough for Justice Reform in Moldova, Cristina Gherasimov, Chatham House
Iran - With Brutal Crackdown, Iran Is Convulsed by Worst Unrest in 40 Years, Farnaz Fassihi and Rick Gladstone, New York Times

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