September 26th, 2018
China, Climate, Economics, Economy, EU, Germany, Global, Iran, Korea, NATO, Security, Trade, Ukraine, UN, US

Trade - Joint Statement on Trilateral Meeting of the Trade Ministers of the United States, Japan, and the European Union, Office of the United States Trade Representative
China/EU/TradeChina and the EU: The contradictions of exercising joint trade leadership, Jacques Pelkmans, CEPS
Global - Should the Defense of Democracy Be America’s Next Global Mission? Judah Grunstein, World Politics Review
USSocialists and Libertarians Need an Alliance Against the Establishment, Stephen M. Walt, Foreign Policy
Germany - Is Germany Slouching Toward Weimar Again? Josef Joffe, Wall Street Journal
Economy - Economic Freedom of the World: 2018 Annual Report, James Gwartney, Robert Lawson, and Joshua Hall, Cato Institute
NATONATO After the Brussels Summit: Bruised or Emboldened? Steven Keil and Sophie Arts, German Marshall Fund of the United States
EU/SecurityStrategic Autonomy for Europe: Can Berlin and Paris Agree? Detlef Puhl, Federal Academy for Security Policy
China - China’s Risky Play for Global Power, Joshua Kurlantzick, Washington Monthly
Ukraine - Putin’s invasion has backfired as the people of Ukraine push back against anything Russian, Anne Applebaum, Miami Herald
Economics - The economic value of trust is staggering, Martin Sandbu, Financial Times
Iran - Donald Trump’s lack of a Middle East strategy benefits Iran, David Gardner, Financial Times
Climate - The Paris Accord Won’t Stop Global Warming on Its Own, Richard Samans, Foreign Policy
UN - How to Fix the U.N.—and Why We Should, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, Foreign Policy
US/Korea - The Pyongyang Declaration: Implications for U.S.-ROK Coordination on North Korea, Scott A. Snyder, Council on Foreign Relations

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Dr. Daniel S. Hamilton, Austrian Marshall Plan Foundation Professor, at Johns Hopkins University SAIS

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