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November 19th, 2018
Anti-Semitism, Belarus, China, Conflict, Digital, EU, Eurasia, Europe, Eurozone, Russia, Technology, Trade, UK, US

Must-Reads
Russia - Scenario 2028: Russia’s Foreign Policy, Pavel Luzin, Riddle
Russia/Belarus - Belarus and Russia: On the Evolution of a “Hybrid Union”, Yuri Tsarik, Riddle
China - The Land that Failed to Fail, Philip Pan, The New York Times
US/China - The U.S. and China at a Crossroads, Henry M. Paulson, Paulson Institute
US/China - The unfolding of a new Cold War, Gary Hufbauer, East Asia Forum
China/Eurasia - China’s Belt and Road hits problems but is still popular, Raffaello Pantucci, Financial Times
Eurozone - Merkel and Macron make eurozone budget breakthrough, Guy Chazan and Mehreen Khan, Financial Times
Eurozone - Proposal on the architecture of a Eurozone Budget within the framework of the European Union, Governments of France and Germany
Technology/Conflict - Are Killer Robots the Future of War? Parsing the Facts on Autonomous Weapons, Kelsey Atherton, The New York Times
Digital - Zero Botnets: Building a Global Effort to Clean Up the Internet, Jason Healey and Robert K. Knake, Council on Foreign Relations
Digital - There is a ‘third way’ for Europe to navigate the digital world, John Thornhill, Financial Times
UK/EU Europe’s door is still open – but Britain will have to move fast, Timothy Garton Ash, The Guardian
Trade Trump's Mexico-Canada deal hits trouble in Congress, Sabrina Rodriguez, Politico
Europe Don’t blame the East for Europe’s populism, Tomáš Valášek, Politico
Anti-Semitism How Anti-Semitism still flourishes, Debra Cagan and Andras Simonyi, Chicago Tribune
 
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Dr. Daniel S. Hamilton, Austrian Marshall Plan Foundation Professor, at Johns Hopkins University SAIS
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