Monday, February 17, 2020
China, Defense, Digital, Economy, EU, Europe, France, Georgia, Germany, Global,
Migration, NATO, Poland, Russia, Security, Technology, Trade, US

Must Reads
Germany/GlobalRemarks by German President Frank-Walter Steinmeier at the Munich Security Conference
US/Global - The West is Winning, Remarks by U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo at the Munich Security Conference
US/Defense/China - As Prepared Remarks by Secretary of Defense Mark T. Esper at the Munich Security Conference
Security/GlobalSpeeches and Statements, Munich Security Conference
EuropeEurope’s Unfinished (Western) Transition, Judy Dempsey, Carnegie Europe
US/Migration - Frequently Requested Statistics on Immigrants and Immigration in the United States, Jeanne Batalova, Brittany Blizzard, and Jessica Bolter, Migration Policy Institute
US/EconomyThe Budget and Economic Outlook 2020-2030, Congressional Budget Office
US/EUDonald Trump to raise tariffs on European aircraft imports, James Politi and Aime Williams, Financial Times
US/Trade - Trump’s Trade War Timeline: An Up-to-Date Guide, Chad P. Bown, Melina Kolb, Peterson Institute for International Economics
China/Economy - China: an economy in quarantine, Tom Mitchell, Don Weinland and Brendan Greeley, Financial Times
Digital/China - When It Comes to Digital Authoritarianism, China is a Challenge – But Not the Only Challenge, Steven Feldstein, War on the Rocks
Technology - Big Tech needs more regulation, Mark Zuckerberg, Financial Times
Technology/EU - Europe may be the world’s AI referee, but referees don’t win, Guntram Wolff, Politico
EU/Georgia - Resilience and democracy: Can a pragmatic EU still promote democracy in Georgia? Bidzina Lebanidze, Georgia Institute of Politics
Germany/France/Poland/NATO - NATO after “Brain Death”: the View from France, Germany, and Poland, Michal Baranowski, Martin Quencez, Jan Techau, The German Marshall Fund of the United States
Russia/Europe/Economy - FDI another day: Russia’s reliance on European investment, Marta Domínguez Jiménez, Niclas Poitiers, Bruegel

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