Tuesday, October 15, 2019
China, Digital, EU, Global Economy, Hungary, Middle East, NATO,
Russia, Spain, Syria, Technology, Trade, US, Western Balkans

Syria - 4 Big Questions About Syria’s Future, Ann Bernard, Anjali Singhvi, Sarah Almukhtar, Allison McCann and Jin Wu, New York Times
US/Middle East - Disaster in the Desert, Martin Indyk, Foreign Affairs
US - If impeachment comes to the Senate – 5 questions answered, Sarah Burns, The Conversation
Global Economy - World Economic Outlook October 2019, International Monetary Fund
Trade - Progressive Case Against Protectionism, Kimberly Clausing, Foreign Affairs
Trade/China/US - The Pretend Trade Deal, Christopher Balding, Foreign Policy
China/US/Technology - Competing With China on Technology and Innovation, James L. Schoff and Asei Ito, Carnegie Endowment
China/Europe/Technology - What China’s “Chips Endeavor” Can Teach Europe, Kaan Sahin, Berlin Policy Journal
China/Europe - Beyond Investment Screening: Expanding Europe's toolbox to address economic risks from Chinese state capitalism, Bertelsmann Stiftung

EU/Western Balkans - France objects to North Macedonia and Albania EU accession talks, Michael Peel and Valerie Hopkins, Financial Times
Euro - With or without you: are central European countries ready for the euro? Zsolt Darvas, Bruegel
Hungary - Viktor Orbán, Fidesz, and Me, Zsuzsanna Szelényi, American Interest
US/Russia - Americans and Russians Should Be Friends – Even if Their Countries Aren’t, Michael Carpenter and Spencer P. Boyer, Foreign Policy
NATO - NATO Needs a Multinational Amphibious Task Force, Justin Hooker and Michael Meyer, U.S. Naval Institute
Spain - What Catalan convictions mean for Spain’s future, Diego Torres, Politico
Digital - Internet Organised Crime Threat Assessment, Europol

Book Shelf:
Think Peace: Essays for an Age of Disorder, Thomas de Waal, ed., Carnegie Endowment

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