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Wednesday, November 6, 2019
Arms Control, Black Sea, China, Defense, EU, Europe, Germany, Hungary, Migration, NATO, Netherlands, Nuclear, Power, Russia, US, West 

Featured Studies
Shifting Economic Assessments: Germany in a Changing World, 1987–1993, Wencke Meteling in Daniel S. Hamilton and Kristina Spohr, Exiting the Cold War, Entering a New World (Johns Hopkins SAIS/Brookings Institution Press)
Thirty years after the Berlin Wall fell, Western order faces new strains, Tracy Wilkinson, Los Angeles Times
 
Must-Reads
West - The Crisis in the Democratic West, Nicholas Burns, Wolfson College, Oxford University
Power - The Hardening of Soft Power, Zaki Laïdi, Project Syndicate
Netherlands - How the Netherlands Built One of the World’s Worst Tax Havens, Johan Langerock and Maarten Hietland, Foreign Affairs
China/Black Sea - Belt and Road and Beyond: China Makes Inroads Into South Caucasus, Sergei Markedonov, Carnegie Moscow Center
EU - The EU’s budget tribes explained, Lili Bayer, Politico
EU/US/Defense - UK, US could take part in EU military projects under draft plan, Jacopo Barigazzi, Politico
EU/Germany - Germany will consider EU-wide deposit reinsurance, Olaf Scholz, Financial Times
US/Europe/China - Transatlantic Cooperation on Asia and the Trump Administration, Andrew Small, German Marshall Fund of the United States
Nuclear/Arms Control - The Death of the INF Treaty Has Lessons for Arms Control, Amy J. Nelson, Bulletin of Atomic Scientists
Nuclear/Arms Control - America’s interest in New START, John Maurer, American Enterprise Institute
Russia/Defense - Trends in Russia's Armed Forces. An Overview of Budgets and Capabilities, Keith Crane, Olga Oliker and Brian Nichiporuk, RAND Corporation
NATO - NATO’s Response to Hybrid Threats, Michael Rühle, National Institute for Public Policy
NATO - Not Enough Maritime Capability: The Challenge of Reinforcing Europe, Colin Smith and Jim Townsend, CNAS
Hungary/Migration - Using Fear of the “Other,” Orbán Reshapes Migration Policy in a Hungary Built on Cultural Diversity, Elżbieta M. Goździak, Migration Policy Institute

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