Friday, March 6, 2020
Belarus, CybersecurityEnergy, Europe, Germany, Global, Israel,
Liberalism, Migration, Russia, Security, Slovakia, Technology, Turkey, Ukraine, US

Europe - For an EU that spans the whole of Europe, Faruk Ajeti, European Letters (No. 123),
Europe/Germany - No alternative: What the AfD wants for Europe, René Wildangel, European Council on Foreign Relations
Europe/Turkey - Erdogan’s refugee gambit, Asli Aydıntaşbaş, European Council on Foreign Relations
Europe/MigrationThe humanitarian crisis in Turkey shines a light on Europe’s failures, Elif Shafak, The Guardian
Europe/US - Operation Eisenhower, Michael Kimmage, Berlin Policy Journal
Ukraine - Denys Shmyhal is the new Prime Minister of Ukraine, Tadeusz Iwański, Krzysztof Nieczypor, Centre for Eastern Studies
Liberalism - Tribalism is Killing Liberalism: Why We Are Succumbing to the Politics of Division, Michael Carpenter, Foreign Affairs
Russia The Day After Putin: Russia’s Deep State Holds the Key to Succession, Steven Sestanovitch, Foreign Affairs
Russia A Threatening Neighbor, Heinrich Brauss, Berlin Policy Journal
Russia/Belarus - Belarus Struggles to Find Alternative Oil Supplies as Standoff With Russia Lingers, Rauf Mammadov, The Jamestown Foundation
Israel - Strike Three: How a Ruling Coalition Still Eludes Israel’s Netanyahu, Aaron David Miller, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
Global/Energy - Carbon Critical: International Relations Decarbonized, Noah Gordon, Berlin Policy Journal
Global/Security - The Exploitation of Global Financial Systems for Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD) Proliferation, Togzhan Kassenova, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
Slovakia - Gangster governance: How Slovakia fought back against corruption, Chris Raggett, European Council on Foreign Relations
Technology/Cybersecurity - A framework for an open, trusted, and resilient 5G global telecommunications network, John T. Watts, Atlantic Council

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