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April 2nd, 2019
Armenia, Azerbaijan, Digital, Europe, Gender, Germany, NATO, Russia, Trade, Turkey, US
 
Must-Reads
US The American Empire Is the Sick Man of the 21st Century, David Klion, Foreign Policy
Germany The New German Question: What Happens When Europe Comes Apart? Robert Kagan, Foreign Affairs
Germany/NATONATO is Dying, But Don’t Blame Trump, Walter Russell Mead, Wall Street Journal
NATO - NATO turns 70 this week. Here’s how the alliance stays relevant — despite Trump. Garrett Martin and Balazs Martonffy, Washington Post
NATO At 70th Anniversary, NATO Must Return to Basics, Luke Coffey and Daniel Kochis, Heritage
Digital - Opening Internet Monopolies to Competition with Data Sharing Mandates, Claudia Bian, Peterson Institute for International Economics
Digital/EuropeAttacking the Internet, William Alan Reinsch, Center for Strategic & International Studies
Digital/US/RussiaA Cyber Treaty With Russia, Robert G. Papp, Woodrow Wilson Center
Russia Let’s empower Russians who are fighting Putin’s propaganda, Christian Caryl, Washington Post
Gender - Missing in Action: The Absence of Women Scholars on Foreign Policy Panels, Federiga Bindi and Mimosa Giamanco, Georgetown Journal of International Affairs
Armenia/AzerbaijanShadows of the April 2016 War: Armenia and Azerbaijan Back in a Deadlock? Ali Askarov, Jamestown Foundation
TradeGlobal trade growth loses momentum as trade tensions persist, WTO
Turkey - Erdogan loses Istanbul and Ankara, The Economist

 
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