January 8th, 2019
Balkans, Defense, Digital, Economy, Energy, Europe, Food, France, Migration, NATO, Russia, Technology, Terrorism, UK, US

Food - What Foods Are Banned in Europe but Not Banned in the U.S.? Roni Caryn Rabin, New York Times
Digital/Technology/Economy - The Task Ahead of Us: Transforming the Global Economy With Connectivity, Automation, and Intelligence, Robert D. Atkinson, International Technology and Innovation Foundation
Digital - In 2019, the ‘techlash’ will go from strength to strength, Mark Scott, Politico
Digital - Four Internets: The Geopolitics of Digital Governance, Kieron O’Hara and Wendy Hall, Center for International Governance Innovation
Migration - Migrant flows to Europe shifted in 2018, with arrivals in Spain doubling from previous year, Siobhan O’Grady, Washington Post
Europe/Defense - Is Europe Ready to Defend Itself? Yaroslav Trofimov, Wall Street Journal
NATO - Shoring up NATO is in Europe’s Own Interest, Andrew Michta, American Interest
UK/US - America is woke to Brexit, David Herzshenhorn, Politico
US American Exceptionalism, Reclaimed, Jake Sullivan, The Atlantic
Energy Energy issues to watch in 2019, Nick Butler, Financial Times
Energy/Europe/Russia Pipe dreams, The Economist
Balkans Are the Bad Old Days Coming Back in the Balkans? Andrew MacDowall, World Politics Review
FranceThe rough year ahead for France, Art Goldhammer, New Republic
Terrorism - The New Face of Terrorism in 2019, Michael Hirsch, Foreign Policy
Terrorism/Europe - Why Jihadist Attacks Have Declined in Europe And Why Europe Shouldn’t Get Comfortable Yet, Jytte Klausen, Foreign Affairs
UK/Defense - Britain to become 'true global player' post-Brexit with military bases in South East Asia and Caribbean, says Defence Secretary, Christopher Hope, The Telegraph
UK/Defense - The military aims of ‘Global Britain’ should be realistic, Financial Times

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