December 10th, 2018
Armenia, Belgium, Central Europe, Defense, Eastern Europe, Europe, France, Hungary, Nationalism, NATO, Nuclear, Ukraine, US

Ukraine - Can the West Prevent the Slow Strangulation of Ukraine? Peter Dickinson, Foreign Affairs
Eastern Europe - Contours of Conflict and Prognosis in the Eastern Neighborhood, James Nixey, Chatham House
US/Europe/Defense - Reliability beyond Trump Tweets: The US military contribution in Europe, Philipp Lange, German Federal Academy for Security Policy
NATO NATO needs a European level of ambition, Hans Binnendijk and Gene Germanovich, Defense News
Nuclear - A Cold War Arms Treaty is Unraveling, But the Problem is Much Bigger, David E. Sanger and William J. Broad, New York Times
Central Europe - The new autocrats: How democracy helps leaders consolidate power, Griff White, Washington Post
US Misconnecting with the U.S. Public:  Narrative Collapse and U.S. Foreign Policy, Interim Report of Project on U.S. Global Engagement, Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs
US - Mike Pompeo Swaggers His Way to Failure, Jackson Diehl, Washington Post
US/Hungary Hungary is thumbing its nose at the U.S. – by following Trump’s cues, Anne Applebaum, Washington Post
US/Europe - Mourning a President, and Much Else Besides: George H. W. Bush and the Lost Art of Transatlantic Statecraft, Mary Elise Sarotte, Foreign Affairs
France Macron Can Survive France’s Anger, James Traub, Foreign Policy
France/Nationalism/Europe The Breaking of Nations: De Gaulle, Monnet, and the Politics of Nationalism in Europe, John Van Oudenaren, Krasno Analysis, University of North Carolina
Belgium Belgium’s Identity Crisis isn’t about migration, Wouter Verschelden, Politico
Armenia Armenia Elections Boost Hopes for Peace with Azerbaijan, Olesya Vartanyan, International Crisis Group
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