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Friday, November 8, 2019
China, Digital, EU, Europe, Eurozone, Germany, NATO, Populism, UK, Ukraine, US

Featured Studies
Europe: Whole and Free or Fractured and Anxious? Daniel S. Hamilton, in Europe Whole and Free: Vision and Reality,  Sławomir Dębski and Daniel S. Hamilton, eds. (Transatlantic Leadership Network/Polish Institute of International Affairs) 

Some Aspects About “Sealing the Deal” on Unification of Germany, Horst Teltschik, keynote speech upon the public release of Exiting the Cold War, Entering a New World, Daniel S. Hamilton and Kristina Spohr, eds. (Johns Hopkins SAIS/Brookings Institution Press)

Must-Reads
US/Ukraine - Ukraine Needs More Than Lethal Aid From the United States, Sophie Pinkham, Foreign Affairs
US/Ukraine - Deposition of: William B. Taylor, Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence, joint with the Committee on Oversight and Reform and the Committee on Foreign Affairs, U.S. House of Representatives
US/Ukraine - Interview of: George Kent, Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence, joint with the Committee on Oversight and Reform and the Committee on Foreign Affairs, U.S. House of Representatives
US/Europe - Keeping the Promise of 1989: A Millennial Vision for Progressive Atlanticism, Progressive Atlanticists, Medium
US/Europe - Thirty Years After the Fall: The Lessons of 2019, John Kornblum, AICGS
US/EuropeThe ordinary People Who Brought Down the Berlin Wall, Mary Elise Sarotte, Wall Street Journal

US/Europe - Europeans Bewildered as Trump Stomps Off, Beppe Severgnini, New York Times
Germany - Germany Has Been Unified for 30 Years. Its Identity Still Is Not, Katrin Bennhold, New York Times
Germany - How German reunification could change global capitalism today, Dennis J. Snower and Markus Engels, Brookings Institution
Germany - Germany Remains Tepid on NATO 2-Percent Goal, Matthias Gebauer, Spiegel
Europe - Why Can’t the EU’s West and East Work as One? Tomáš Valášek, Carnegie Europe
Eurozone - Revising the euro's north-south rift, The Economist
Digital - Countries are increasingly willing to censor speech online, The Economist
NATO - Stoltenberg to Macron: NATO’s Not Dead Yet, Foreign Policy
EU/PopulismNational populism at the heart of Europe: When will the clash come? Adam Balcer, European Council on Foreign Relations
UK/China - Brexit identities and British public opinion on China, Wilfred M. Chow, Enze Han, and Xiaojun Li, International Affairs

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