November 26th, 2018
Climate, Corruption, Defense, Deterrence, Energy, EU, Russia, Security, Spain, UK, Ukraine, US

Ukraine/Russia - Kerch confrontation puts Crimean crisis back in spotlight, Simon Tisdall, The Guardian
Russia - What Drives the Russian State, Alexander Baunov, New York Times
Russia/Corruption - How Russia avoids sanctions and supports rebels in eastern Ukraine using an off-the-grid financial system, Anton Troianovski, Washington Post
Deterrence What Deters and Why: Exploring Requirements for Effective Deterrence of Interstate Aggression, Michael J. Mazarr, et al., RAND
UK/EU - EU leaders approve ‘best possible’ Brexit deal, Charlie Cooper, Politico
UK/EU/Spain - Spain seals deal with EU and UK on Gibraltar, Jim Brunsden, Mehreen Khan and Ian Mount, Financial Times
UK/EU Divorced, But Still Living Together, Owen Matthews, Foreign Policy
UK/EU/Security - The security and defence threat posed by May’s Brexit deal, Richard Dearlove, Financial Times
EU/DefenseThe EU’s Modular Approach to Defense Integration: An Inclusive, Ambitious and Legally Binding PESCO? Steven Blockmans, CEPS
EU/DefenseThe Mad Meditations of Monsieur Macron, Victor Davis Hanson, National Review
Energy Commercial Project or Strategic Disorientation? The Controversial Nord Stream 2 Gas Pipeline, Frank Umbach, German Federal Academy for Security Policy
Energy Mission Possible: Reaching net-zero carbon emissions from harder-to-abate sectors by mid-century, Energy Transitions Commission
Energy The World Needs to Quit Coal. Why Is It So Hard? Somini Sengupta, New York Times
Climate 4th National Climate Assessment, Vol. 2: Impacts, Risks, and Adaptation in the United States, Global Change Reach Program, U.S. Government
Climate -What’s New in the Latest U.S. National Climate Assessment, Brad Plummer and Henry Fountain, New York Times
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