January 10th, 2019
Arctic, Belgium, Central Europe, China, Defense, Digital, Eastern Europe, Energy, EU, Europe, France, Germany, Global, Greece, Hungary, Nuclear, Russia, Turkey, UK, US

Global - Understanding the Emerging Era of International Competition: Theoretical and Historical Perspectives, Michael J. Mazaar, Jonathan Blake, Abigail Casey, Tim McDonald, Stephanie Pezard, Michael Spirtas, RAND
US/Europe/Russia/China - The Sino-Russian and US-Russian Relationships: Current Developments and Future Trends, Marcin Kaczmarski, Mark N. Katz and Teija Tiilikainen, Finnish Institute of International Affairs FIIA
China - The Belt and Road turns five, Michael Baltensperger and Uri Dadush, Bruegel
China/Arctic - Along the Road: China in the Arctic, Cécile Pelaudeix, European Union Institute for Security Studies
France/Nuclear - French nuclear deterrence policy, forces and future, Bruno Tertrais, Fondation pour la Recherche Stratégique
Digital/Germany - A Test Of Cyber Resilience In Germany, Edward Lucas, Center for European Policy Analysis
Central Europe - Double Trouble in Central Europe, Milan Nič, Berlin Policy Journal
UK/Eastern Europe - Brexit’s Impact On Europe's East, Janusz Bugajski, Center for European Policy Analysis
UK/EU/Defense Brexit Negotiations In The Field Of Defence: Lessons Learnt and Moving Forward, Sophia Besch, Centre for European Reform
Energy Navigating the Energy Transition, David Koranyi, Atlantic Council
Belgium/EU Belgium’s integration blues, Simon Desplanque, European Council on Foreign Relations
Hungary Victor Orban’s Far-Right Vision for Europe, Elisabeth Zerofsky, New Yorker
EuropeHow Populism Spills Over Into Foreign Policy, David Cadier, Carnegie Europe
Greece - Greece’s Great Hemorrhaging, Nikos Kostandaras, New York Times
Turkey - Don’t Blame Everything on Erdogan, Selim Sazak, Foreign Policy

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