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Thursday, October 31, 2019
China, Defense, Digital, Energy, EU, Europe, Eurozone, France, Global, Middle East, Nuclear, Resilience, Syria, Turkey, UK, US, Western Balkans

Featured Study
“Say One Thing and Think Another:” Internal British Debates in the Late 1980s on Germany’s Potential Reunification, Liviu Horovitz, in Daniel S. Hamilton and Kristina Spohr, Exiting the Cold War, Entering a New World (Johns Hopkins SAIS/Brookings Institution Press)

Must-Reads
Global - Global Risks 2035 Update: Decline or New Renaissance? Mathew J. Burrows, Atlantic Council
Digital/Resilience - Global Cyber Resilience: thematic and sectoral approaches, Kate Saslow, Stiftung Neue Verantwortung
Digital/Resilience - How Much Cyber Sovereignty is Too Much Cyber Sovereignty? Justin Sherman, Council on Foreign Relations
Energy/Europe - Nord Stream 2 clears final hurdle, but delays loom, Anca Gurzu, Politico
UK - Britain’s lonely future in the age of clashing empires, Mark Leonard, New Statesman
Nuclear/US/Turkey - It's Time To Get U.S. Nukes Out Of Turkey, Steven Pifer, National Interest
US/EU - Embrace the Union: A New Progressive Approach for Reviving the Trans-Atlantic Alliance, Max Bergmann, Center for American Progress
US/EU/Defense - Resetting the US-EU Defense Relationship, Michelle Shevin-Coetzee, Berlin Policy Journal
US/Europe/China - Transatlantic Cooperation on Asia and the Trump Administration, Andrew Small, German Marshall Fund of the United States
Europe - The Berlin Wall and the rise of nationalism, Philip Stephens, Financial Times
Eurozone - Politics, not policy will help Lagarde save the eurozone, Guntram Wolff and Rebecca Christie, Politico
France - Death of ISIS Leader Is Scant Consolation to a Changed France, Adam Nossiter, New York Times
Western Balkans/EU - Time for a Balkan reboot, Florian Bieber, Politico

US/Middle East - U.S. Deterrence in the Middle East is Collapsing, John Hannah, Foreign Policy
US/Syria - How the Iran Hawks Botched Trump’s Syria Withdrawal, Lara Seligman, Foreign Policy
EU/Syria - A European security force in Syria is a courageous idea, Constanze Stelzenmüller, Financial Times

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