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October 24th, 2018
Bioeconomy, China, Corruption, EU, Europe, Global, Hungary, Iran, Liberalism, Nuclear, Poland, Russia, US

Must-Reads
NuclearInterview With Richard Burt: The Dangers of Withdrawing from the INF Treaty, Jacob Heilbrunn, National Interest
NuclearCan the INF withdrawal be a win-win for all? Katarzyna Kubiak, European Leadership Network
Nuclear/China - Maritime Nuclear Deterrence: Submarine-Launched Ballistic Missiles in the South China Sea, Michael Paul, SWP
US - Here’s The Pentagon’s Initial Plan For Creating a Space Force, Marcus Weisgerber, Defense One
US/Russia - Can a US-Russia conflict be contained? Matthew Rojansky, European Leadership Network
US/Russia/Europe - Russia-West Incidents in the Air and at Sea 2016-2017: Out of the Danger Zone? Denitsa Raynova and Lukasz Kulesa, European Leadership Network
US/IranPompeo’s Dangerous Delusions, Colin H. Kahl, Foreign Affairs
US/Europe Transatlantic Relations in Times of Uncertainty: Crises and EU-US Relations, various authors, Journal of European Integration
US/Europe - Has the Transatlantic Alliance Been Irreparably Damaged? Foreign Affairs
Hungary/Poland - Hungary and Poland’s multispeed Europe, Martin Miszerak and Dalibor Rohac, Politico
Global - Will International Institutions Fail Again? Matthew D. Stephen, Finnish Institute of International Affairs
EU/Bioeconomy - A sustainable Bioeconomy for Europe, Directorate-General for Research and Innovation, European Commission
Liberalism - Liberals need to fight for their values again, Richard V. Reeves, The Economist
Corruption - ING Fine and Danske Developments Suggest More Aggressive AML Posture in EU, Financial Integrity Network

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