December 4th, 2018
Democracy, Economy, Energy, EU, Europe, Eurozone, France, Geopolitics, Law Enforcement, Russia, Trade, Turkey, UK, Ukraine, US

Democracy - Restoring the Role of the Nation-State in the Liberal International Order, Michael R. Pompeo, U.S. Department of State
Russia/Ukraine - The battle for Azov: Round 1 goes to Russia, Steven Pifer, Brookings Institution
Russia/Turkey/Energy - Russia’s Gas Strategy Gets Help From Turkey, Marc Pierini, Carnegie Europe
UK/EU/Law Enforcement Disarming a ticking bomb: Can the Withdrawal Agreement ensure EU-UK judicial and police cooperation after Brexit? Marco Stefan and Fabio Giuffrida, CEPS
Economy - Can The Euro Rival The Dollar? Adam Tooze and Christian Odendahl, Centre for European Reform
Russia - The Kremlin's Trojan Horses 3.0, Alina Polyakova, Flemming Splidsboel Hansen, Robert van der Noordaa, Øystein Bogen, and Henrik Sundbom, Atlantic Council
Democracy The Cowardly Face of Authoritarianism, Timothy Snyder, The New York Times
US - American Foreign Policy Could Use More Prudence, Richard Fontaine, The Atlantic
Europe/Geopolitics Uncertain Ground: Engaging With Europe’s De Facto States and Breakaway Territories, Thomas de Waal, Carnegie Europe
Eurozone - EU finance ministers strike eurozone reform deal, Jim Brunsden and Mehreen Khan, Financial Times
Energy Opec: why Trump has Saudi Arabia over a barrel, David Sheppard and Ed Crooks, Financial Times
US/Trade The Trump administration’s Potemkin negotiations, Daniel W. Drezner, Washington Post
Trade Trump Says He Plans to Withdraw From Nafta, Glenn Thrush, The New York Times
France France Suspends Fuel Tax Increase That Spurred Violent Protests, Adam Nossiter, The New York Times
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Dr. Daniel S. Hamilton, Austrian Marshall Plan Foundation Professor, at Johns Hopkins University SAIS

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