Wednesday, September 4, 2019
Balkans, China, Energy, Extremism, Europe, Italy, Iran, Migration, Nuclear,
Poland, Russia, Turkey, UK, Ukraine, US

Featured Commentary
Populism/Germany - This chant brought down the Berlin Wall. Now the far right has stolen it, Sheena McKenzie and Nadine Schmidt, CNN

Italy - The deep roots of Italy’s coalition chaos, Alberto Mingardi, Politico
UK - Boris Johnson loses control, Charlie Cooper, Annabelle Dickson and Emilio Casalicchio, Politico
UK/Europe/US - How Transatlantic Foreign Policy Cooperation Could Evolve After Brexit, David Whineray, Carnegie Endowment
US/Nuclear - Good Riddance to the INF Treaty. Washington Shouldn’t Tie Its Own Hands in Asia, Andrew S. Erickson, Foreign Affairs
US/Extremism Surveying the Landscape of the American Far Right, Mark Pitcavage, Program on Extremism, George Washington University
US/Extremism - The Other Travelers: American Jihadists Beyond Syria and Iraq, Seamus Hughes, Emily Blackburn and Andrew Mine, Program on Extremism, George Washington University
US/Iran - How the Trump administration can solve its Iran problem, Mathew Burrows and Julian Müller-Kaler, The Hill
US/Migration - Central American Immigrants in the United States, Allison O’Connor, Jeanne Batalova and Jessica Bolter, Migration Policy Institute
US/Migration - Trump administration raids military construction projects for border wall, Jennifer Scholtes, Sarah Ferris and Jacqueline Feldscher, Politico
Balkans/China - The Balkans Will Pay a Heavy Price for China's Global Ambitions, Karina Barbesino and Kristine Lee, CNAS
Europe Europe, Old and New, Jarosław Kuisz and Karolina Wigura, Berlin Policy Journal
Poland Who Gets to Claim History? Annabelle Chapman, Berlin Policy Journal
Russia/Turkey - After the S-400 Purchase: Where Are Turkish-Russian Relations Heading? Galip Dalay, SWP
Russia/Ukraine/EnergyHeading for (another) Ukraine-Russia gas fight? Steven Pifer, Brookings

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