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Monday, January 27, 2020
China, Conflict, EU, Defense, Digital, France, Migration, The Holocaust, Turkey, UK, Ukraine

Featured Studies
Survivors: Faces of Life After the Holocaust, Martin Schoeller, New York Times
The Many Holocausts, Michael Oren, The Atlantic
The Road to Auschwitz Wasn’t Paved With Indifference, Ritva Weinberg, New York Times
Remarks by Israeli President Reuven Rivlin at the Fifth World Holocaust Forum at Yad Vashem
Speech by German President Frank-Walter Steinmeier at the Fifth World Holocaust Forum at Yad Vashem
How and why did the “two cultures of remembrance” come about in Germany? Claus Leggewie, Archysport/Der Tagesspiegel
Germany’s Inadequate Culture of Remembrance, William Noah Glucroft, Berlin Policy Journal
Forgetting Auschwitz: The Chilling Return of Anti-Semitism, Ana Palacio, BIRN/Project Syndicate

Must Reads
Ukraine - Yes, Secretary Pompeo, Americans Should Care About Ukraine, William B. Taylor, New York Times
Conflict - From Dresden to drone: the morality of air war, P.W. Singer, Financial Times
China - Estimating the Arms Sales of Chinese Compnies, Nan Tian, Fei Su, SIPRI
UKUK foreign and security policy after Brexit, Ian Bond, Centre for European Reform
EU/Turkey/Migration - EU-Turkey Cooperation over Migration, Sinem Adar, Stiftung Wissenschaft and Politik
EU/Defense - PESCO: Two Years Later, Marcin Terlikowski, PISM
Turkey - Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s assertive foreign policy shakes international order, Laura Pitel, Financial Times

FranceMacron wins a battle, but faces long war over reforms, John Lichfield, Politico
Digital - Time to Align on Digital Governance, Matthew P. Goodman, Center for Strategic & International Studies

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