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October 3rd, 2018
Balkans, China, Defense, Democracy, Eastern Europe, EU, Global, Russia, Security, Trade, Ukraine, UN, US

Must-Reads
US - America Engaged: American Public Opinion and US Foreign Policy, Dina Smeltz, Ivo Daalder, Karl Friedhoff, Craig Kafura, and Lily Wojtowicz, The Chicago Council on Global Affairs
US/ChinaChina and the U.S., Anthony H. Cordesman, Center for Strategic & International Studies
US/Democracy - Can U.S. Democracy Policy Survive Trump? Thomas Carothers, Frances Z. Brown, Carnegie Endowment
US/TradeCharge of the Lighthizer brigade, Jakob Hanke, Politico
US/Global - How Does the U.S. Spend Its Foreign Aid? James McBride, Center on Foreign Relations
US/UN - Trump at the UN: Through a Glass Darkly, Robert E. Hunter, Lobe Log
US/Eastern EuropeBelarus and Ukraine: Fort Trump’s accidental victims? ​Yauheni Preiherman, European Council on Foreign Relations
US/EUAmerican Constitutional Theory and History: Implications for European Constitutionalism, Roger Pilon, CATO Journal
US/EU/Defense Defense Innovation: How Can Europe and the United States Learn from Each Other? Martin Quencez, German Marshall Fund
EU/Security - The Civilian CSDP Compact: A success story for the EU’s crisis management Cinderella? Nicoletta Pirozzi, European Union Institute for Security Studies
Russia - The Menace of Unreality: How the Kremlin Weaponizes Information, Culture and Money, Peter Pomerantsev and Michael Weiss, Institute of Modern Russia
Russia/China - How Russia and China Undermine Democracy, Andrea Kendall-Taylor and David Shullman, Foreign Affairs
Russia/Ukraine - Strait to war? Russia and Ukraine clash in the Sea of Azov, Andrew Wilson, European Council on Foreign Relations
Balkans - Moving Balkan borders: Peace plan or Pandora’s box? Ian Bond, Centre for European Reform

 
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Dr. Daniel S. Hamilton, Austrian Marshall Plan Foundation Professor, at Johns Hopkins University SAIS
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