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Thursday, October 17, 2019
China, EU, Germany, Health Security, Kosovo, Serbia, Syria, Technology, Turkey, UK, Ukraine, US

Must-Reads
Syria - The U.S. Turned Syria’s North Into a Tinderbox. Then Trump Lit a Match, Max Fisher, New York Times
Syria - The Way Forward in Syria, Sinan Ulgen, New York Times
Turkey/US/EU - One step closer to a rupture: Europe, the US and Turkey, Luigi Scazzieri, Centre for European Reform
UK/EU - EU and UK say they have Brexit deal, David Herszhenhorn, Politico
UK/EU - The Boris Johnson deal dissected, Robert Shrimsley, Financial Times
UK/EU - Brexit deal faces familiar obstacle – Northern Ireland unionists, Eleni Courea, Politico
US/Ukraine - Opening Statement before the House of Representatives Committee on Foreign Affairs, Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence, and Committee on Oversight and Government ReformGordon D. Sondland, US Ambassador to the EU
US/China - Here’s the real foreign policy disaster that Trump has created for the U.S., Robert D. Kaplan, Washington Post
US/China - The Cost of Another US-China No-Deal Deal, Mary. E. Lovely, Peterson Institute for International Economics
EU/Technology - EU coordinated risk assessment of the cybersecurity of 5G networks, NIS Cooperation Group, European Commission
Germany/China/Technology - Why Germany’s Huawei move irks more than just Washington, Laurens Cerulus, Politico
Kosovo/Serbia - The Future Is Back: The EU, Russia and the Kosovo–Serbia Dispute, Maria Giulia Amadio Viceré, Istituto Affari Internazionali (IAI)
Kosovo - Kosova’s Crucial Crossroads: What’s Next for Prishtina? Janusz Bugajski, Center for European Policy Analysis
Health Security - Ending Pandemics: U.S. Foreign Policy to Mitigate Today’s Major Killers, Tomorrow’s Outbreaks, and the Health Impacts of Climate Change, Matthew M. Kavanagh, op. cit., Journal of International Affairs

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