February 13th, 2019
Defense, Europe, Germany, Global, Hungary, Iran, Kurds, Russia, NAFTA, Nationalism, NATO, Nuclear, Transatlantic  

Germany/TransatlanticThe Transatlantic Alliance Adrift - A Conservative Case for German Leadership in Europe, Bruce Jackson, The American Interest
Hungary/Russia - What to do about Hungary's cozy relationship with Moscow, Debra Cagan, The Hill
Russia - Russia’s Hybrid Strategy in the Sea of Azov: Divide and Antagonize (Part Two), Alla Hurska, The Jamestown Foundation
NAFTA The New NAFTA’s Real Target? China, Jorge López Areválo, Worldcrunch
Iran Iran’s Economy Is Crumbling, but Collapse Is a Long Way Off, Keith Johnson, Foreign Policy
Nationalism Why Nationalism Works – And Why It Isn’t Going Away, Andreas Wimmer, Foreign Affairs
Nationalism False Flags: The Myth of the Nationalist Resurgence, Jan-Werner Müller, Foreign Affairs
Global The Future of the Liberal Order Is Conservative: A Strategy to Save the System, Jennifer Lind and William C. Wohlforth, Foreign Affairs
Global The New Containment: Handling Russia, China, and Iran, Michael Mandelbaum, Foreign Affairs
Nuclear What Ronald Reagan would tell President Trump about arms control, Victoria Nuland, Washington Post
Nuclear/NATO/GermanyIn Germany, a Cold War Deal to Host U.S. Nuclear Weapons Is Now in Question, Bojan Pancevski, Wall Street Journal
Nuclear/NATO/GermanyDeterrence and Arms Control - Europe’s Security without the INF Treaty: Political and Strategic Options for Germany and NATO, Christian Mölling and Heinrich Brauß, German Council on Foreign Relations (DGAP)
NATO/RussiaTowards a More Stable NATO-Russia Relationship, Katarzyna Kubiak, ed., European Leadership Network/Russian International Affairs Council
Europe/Defense - European Defense: Time for a Higher Level of Ambition, Alexander Vershbow, DELFI
Kurds The Kurdish Awakening: Unity, Betrayal, and the Future of the Middle East, Henri J. Barkey, Foreign Affairs

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