March 12th, 2019
Brexit, China, Climate, Digital, Energy, EU, Europe, France, Georgia, Germany, Middle East, Norway, Russia, US

Russia - The Kremlin Playbook 2, Heather A. Conley, Donatienne Ruy, Ruslan Stefanov, Martin Vladimirov, Center for Strategic & International Studies
Europe - No End in Sight for the EU’s Democracy and Rule of Law Crisis, Daniel Hegedüs, GMF
Climate - What’s next for UN climate negotiations? The UNFCCC in the era of populism and multipolar competition, Antto Vihma, Finnish Institute of International Affairs
Brexit - The International Impact of Brexit, Nicholas Westscott, Instituto Affari Internazionali
France - France's strongman strategy in the Sahel, Tarek Megerisi and Andew Lebovich, European Council on Foreign Relations
France/Germany -  Macron’s Appeal Hits a German Wall, Again, Bettina Vestring, Berlin Policy Journal
China - What’s Causing China’s Economic Slowdown, Christopher Balding, Foreign Affairs
Georgia - Rise of Nationalist Populism in Georgia: Implications for European Integration, Bidzina Lebanidze, Georgian Institute of Politics
Energy An opportunity for natural gas in the eastern Mediterranean, Simone Tagliapietra, Financial Times
Energy Reliance on Russian gas has big risks for Europe, Gordon Sondland, Financial Times
Digital/US/Germany - Drop Huawei or See Intelligence Sharing Pared Back, U.S. Tells Germany, Bojan Pancevski and Sara Germano, Wall Street Journal
Middle East - The Middle East’s Great Divide Is Not Sectarianism, Hussein Agha and Robert Malley, New Yorker
Norway/EU - Norway and the Common Foreign and Security Policy of the European Union, Christophe Hillion, Norwegian Institute of International Affairs

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