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February 15th, 2019
Armenia, Defense, Digital, EU, Europe, Georgia, Germany, Nationalism, NATO, Poland, Security, US

Must-Reads
US A State of Unreality: Trump’s emergency declaration is going to run into four hurdles, David Frum, The Atlantic
Nationalism Broken Bargain: How Nationalism Came Back, Jack Snyder, Foreign Affairs
Nationalism Blood for Soil: The Fatal Temptations of Ethnic Politics, Lars-Erik Cederman, Foreign Affairs
Nationalism The Importance of Elsewhere: In Defense of Cosmopolitanism, Kwame Anthony Appiah,
Foreign Affairs
Poland How the Polish Left Could Make Its Comeback, Marta Figlerowicz, Foreign Affairs
NATO NATO at Seventy: An Alliance in Crisis, Douglas Lute and Nicholas Burns, Belfer Center
EU/DefenseJoining Forces: The Way Towards the European Defence Union, European Political Strategy Centre, European Commission
Germany/SecurityThe German White Paper 2016 and the Challenge of Crafting Security Strategies, Gunther Hellmann and Daniel Jacobi, eds., Goethe University and Aspen Institute Germany
Germany/Security Germany’s Soldiers of Misfortune, Mathew Karnitschnig, Politico
Germany/Digital Germany: the struggle for digital sovereignty, Kamil Frymark, Centre for Eastern Studies
EU/USEurope puts American tech on leash, Matthew Karnitschnig, Politico
US/GermanyA preponderance of stability: Henry Kissinger’s concern over the dynamics of Ostpolitik, Stephan Kieninger, Journal of Transatlantic Studies
US/EuropeThe underestimated economic threat from the White House, Sebastian Dullien, European Council on Foreign Relations
GeorgiaSocial Underpinnings of Right-Wing Populism in Georgia, Salome Minesashvili, Georgian Institute of Politics
Armenia/USUpgrading U.S. Support for Armenia’s Postrevolution Reforms, Ray Salvatore Jennings, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace

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