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November 29th, 2018
Asia, China, Defense, EU, Europe, Germany, Middle East, Migration, North Africa, Northern Europe, Russia, Ukraine, UK, US

Must-Reads
EU/North Africa - Assessing the European Union’s North Africa trade agreements, Uri Dadush and Yana Myachenkova, Bruegel
Migration - A divisive issue threatening democracy and stability, Karl Kaiser, Metro UN
EU/Asia - Guns, engines and turbines: The EU’s hard power in Asia, Eva Pejsova ed., European Union Institute for Security Studies
Germany On German External Imbalances, Stefano Micossi, Alexandra D’Onofrio and Fabrizia Peirce, CEPS
EU/UK/Defense - Protecting Europe: Meeting the EU’s military level of ambition in the context of Brexit, various authors, German Council on Foreign Relations
UK/EU - EU Exit: Long-term economic analysis, UK Government
UK/EU EU withdrawal scenarios and monetary and financial stability, Bank of England
US/Northern Europe - The new American dream? Northern Europe, Simon Kuper, Financial Times
Europe/US/ChinaEurope’s unpleasant choice between Trump and Xi, Philip Stephens, Financial Times
Ukraine/Russia - Crimea Annexation 2.0, Gwendolyn Sasse, Carnegie Europe
US/Middle East Senate defies White House on Saudi support in Yemen, Elana Schor, Politico
US/Russia Time for Trump to Stand Up to Putin After the Sea of Azov Attack, Jonathan D. Katz, The German Marshall Fund of the United States
Europe/Russia/Defense Under the gun: Rearmament for arms control in Europe, Gustav Gressel, European Council on Foreign Relations
China/US China will ease financial constraints to counter US tarriffs, Simon Rabinovitch, The Economist
 
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Dr. Daniel S. Hamilton, Austrian Marshall Plan Foundation Professor, at Johns Hopkins University SAIS
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