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February 6th, 2019
Africa, Balkans, China, Democracy, Energy, EU, Europe, Finance, France, Migration, NATO, North Macedonia, Nuclear, Russia, Sanctions, Technology, Turkey, UK, Ukraine, US

Must-Reads
NATO/North Macedonia - How a Name Change Opened the Door to NATO for Macedonia, Una Hajdari, New York Times
NATO/Nuclear - NATO’s Nuclear Deterrence: More important, but more contested, Michael Rühle, NATO Defense College
US - America Has a Commitment Problem, Stephen M. Walt, Foreign Policy
US/Sanctions - Extraterritorial Sanctions, Sascha Lohmann, SWP
US/China/Technology - A Deeper Tech Concern is at Core of US-Huawei Spat, John Pomfret, Washington Post
US/Europe - The West is Stirring, John Waters, First Things
US/UK/Energy - US becomes UK’s top oil supplier for first time since Suez, David Sheppard, Financial Times
EU/US - Exit Interview: EU’s Envoy to Washington on Navigating Challenges in the Transatlantic Relationship, Ashish Kumar Sen and David A. Wemer, Atlantic Council
China/Africa/France/EU - France-Africa relations challenged by China and the European Union, Landry Signé, Brookings Institution
Turkey/Migration - A refugee compact for Turkey? Kemal Kirişci and Jessica Brandt, Brookings Institution
Balkans/Russia - Russia’s Game in the Balkans, Paul Stronski and Anna Himes, Carnegie
Ukraine - Assessing Ukrainian Grassroots Activism Five Years After Euromaidan, Natalia Shapovalova, Carnegie Europe
Europe/Finance - The flawed bank redemption: Europe and the politics of money laundering, Chris Raggett, European Council on Foreign Relations
Democracy - The Weakness of Democracy’s Strength, Edward Lucas, CEPA

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