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Weekly International
Press Brief
24 - 28 : VI : 2019


G20 Summit

> Averting a global calamity? Trump and Xi at the G20

> The World Order is Dead. Long Live the World Order.

> The G20 Comes to Japan: Making Sense of the Osaka Agenda

White House Middle East peace plan

> Economic Band-Aids Won’t Bring Peace to the Middle East

> Trump’s economic proposal is an opportunity in disguise

Hong Kong Protests

> Hong Kong Extradition Law: The Fallout

US-Iran Tensions

> How Will Iran Respond to the Threat of Force?

> What the Iran Crisis Reveals About European Power

Istanbul Elections

> Erdogan’s Istanbul Setback

> What will the Istanbul election change?

Arch of Crisis

> Can the South Caucasus Conflicts Escalate into a Regional War?

> Will Ukraine Begin a New Dialogue With Moscow?

Great Powers

> Trump’s Trade War With China Is Already Changing the World

> Why the World is Not Becoming Multipolar

> Rethinking US-China competition: Next generation perspectives


> The Self-Destruction of American Power

> The Elephant in the Room: Auditing the Past and Future of the U.S.-India Partnership

> Who Says Foreign Policy Doesn’t Win Elections?

> U.S.–Southeast Asia Trade Relations in an Age of Disruption


> A Mid-2019 Guide to Chinese Aircraft Carriers

> The Third Magic Weapon: Reforming China’s United Front

> China como líder innovador, entre el éxito y las dudas

> Will China Take the Seoul Train to a New Korean Future?


> Russia Rejoins PACE—But the Battle Isn’t Over in Europe

European Union

> Redefining Europe’s economic sovereignty

> European Policy Blueprint for Countering Authoritarian Interference in Democracies

> The EU as a Global Actor: A new conceptualisation four ecades after ‘actorness’

Middle East

> Frustrating Assadʹs plans for a new state

> Conflict Economies in the Middle East and North Africa

> Tunisia is Economically Adrift

> Pitfalls of the paramilitary paradigm: The Iraqi state, geopolitics, and Al-Hashd al-Shaabi

Latin America

> Losing Legitimacy? The Organization of American States and its inconsistent defense of democracy

> Argentina Is Polarized. Or Is It?

> Forced to Leave: Determinants of Slow-Onset Displacement in Colombia

> Presidential Terms in Latin America Are Like Potato Chips: You Can Never Stop at One

> Preparing for a Venezuela After Maduro


> Making Sense of the ASEAN Summit

> The Other Asian Power

> The Indo-Pacific is the New Asia

> Mongolia: Bridge or Buffer in Northeast Asia?

> Walking a Tightrope: New Zealand Revises Its China Policy


> ¿Qué está pasando en la República Checa?

> Understanding Volodymyr Zelenskyi’s Foreign Policy Priorities for Ukraine

> A Trip to Romania

> Georgia’s Perpetual Street of Protest


> “Not the change we voted for”: Liberia awaits more protests as anger rises

> République démocratique du Congo: la cohabitation insolite

> Can Sudan’s Military Be Convinced to Support Democracy?


> A Strategic Odyssey: Constancy of Purpose and Strategy-Making in NATO, 1949-2019


> The Year 2025 Will Be Like 2019, Only More So


> To Catch a Kleptocrat: Lessons Learned from the Biens Mal Acquis Trials in France

Energy Security

> Situation des marchés mondiaux du charbon et principales tendances de la demande dans les régions clés


> Can Emmanuel Macron Stem the Populist Tide?

Books & Reviews

> Democratic Capitalism at the Crossroads: Technological Change and the Future of Politics [chapter 1]

> Africa’s Lost Kingdoms

> How Should a Liberal Be? Walter Bagehot and the Politics of Progress

> La Grande Guerre vue de l'État

> Supporting dictators is not anti-imperialism

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