June 6th, 2019
Arctic, China, D-Day, Digital, EU, Global, Poland, Russia, Terrorism

Featured Study
NATO Enlargement 20 Years On, Malcolm Rifkind, in Daniel S. Hamilton and Kristina Spohr, eds., Open Door: NATO and Euro-Atlantic Security After the Cold War

D-Day - Seventy-Fifth Anniversary of D-Day, James Lindsay, Corey Cooper, Elizabeth Lordi, Council on Foreign Relations
D-Day - Nothing Prepares You for Visiting Omaha Beach, Rachel Donadio, The Atlantic
D-Day - Heroes of a More Certain Time, Alan Cowell, New York Times
D-Day - For France, a D-Day Ceremony Laced with Paradox, Sylvie Kauffmann, New York Times
Poland - An anniversary to remember: the economics of Poland’s 1989 election, Martin Sandbu,  Financial Times
EU - The case for public investment in the EU, Paolo Pasimeni, VUB Institute for European Studies
Russia/Digital - Russian technology: can the Kremlin control the internet? Max Seddon and Henry Foy, Financial Times
Terrorism - Jihadists Head Home: Thousands of Westerners Joined ISIS. Should They Be Allowed to Return? Jytte Klausen, Foreign Affairs
ChinaBeating the Americans at their Own Game: An Offset Strategy with Chinese Characteristics, Robert O. Work and Greg Grant, CNAS
ArcticA Strategic Plan for the Arctic Council: Recommendations for Moving Forward, David A Balton, Fran Ulmer, Belfer Center, Harvard University
Global“Make the World Order Great Again”: The Fight Over the Liberal Order as an Instance of the Transatlantic Divide, Alina Bârgăoanu, Romanian Journal of International Affairs

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