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February 21th, 2019
Bosnia, China, Eurasia, Europe, France, Germany, Nuclear, Russia, Syria, UK, US

Must-Reads
US - A true national security threat — foreign language programs disappearing, Dan Hamilton and Stacie Nevadomski Berdan, San Francisco Chronicle
US - Americans Want a Less Aggressive Foreign Policy. It's Time Lawmakers Listened to Them, Ian Bremmer, Time
US/UK/France/Syria - Allies decline request to stay in Syria after U.S. troops withdraw, Karen DeYoung and Missy Ryan, Washington Post
US/EuropeThe Many Self-Delusions Behind the Breakup in Trans-Atlantic Relations, Judah Grunstein, World Politics Review
US/EuropeAmerican Sanctions and European Sovereignty, Jean de Ruyt, Egmont Royal Institute for International Relations
US/Europe/GermanyAngela Merkel, Donald Trump and a broken alliance, Philip Stephens, Financial Times
Europe - Utopia’s Borders, David Lloyd Dusenbery, American Affairs
Nuclear - It’s Time to Retire the INF Treaty, Debra Cagan, American Interest
China/Eurasia - The New Silk Road and the Return of Geopolitics, Hervé Juvin, American Affairs
Russia - Reflections in the Russian Mirror, Thomas Meaney, American Affairs
Russia Russia’s Global Ambitions in Perspective, Julia Gurganus, Carmegie Endowmnent for International Peace
Bosnia In Bosnia, a Migrant Way Station Is Becoming a Winter Prison, Dariusz Kalan, Foreign Policy

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