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Weekly International
Press Brief
October
30 : X - 04 : X : 2019

 

North Korea

> Confronting Reality: The Bitter Medicine That North Korea Policy Needs Now

> North Korea Fine Tunes its Sea-Based Ballistic Missile Capabilities

European Commission

> Trouble for Von der Leyen’s Eastern Flank

> ¿Hacia dónde se dirige la UE?

China at 70

> How the one-party state may shape our future

> Xi Jinping, the Innovative Restorer

> China’s Neo-Maoist Moment

Revisiting 1989

> Reassessing 1989

> The three eras since reunification

Hong Kong

> It Is Time for the United States to Stand Up to China in Hong Kong

> Doxxing the pro-democracy movement in Hong Kong

Tensions at the Persian Gulf

> Iran’s attack on Saudi Arabia was ill-timed and premature

> Saudi Arabia Has Room to Maneuver After the Oil Attack

Brexit & UK’s future

> In Judging Prorogation, UK Supreme Court Marks Evolution, Not Revolution, in Law

> Brexit: Has the British people really decided? Direct versus indirect democracy

> The UK Supreme Court ruling: what does it mean for Brexit?

Arch of Crisis

> Getting the Afghanistan Peace Process Back on Track

> Ucrania en “modelo sándwich”: entre las instituciones internacionales y la sociedad civil

Terrorism & Extremism

> Can ISIS Make a Comeback?

> White Supremacy Extremism: The Transnational Rise of the Violent White Supremacist Movement

> The Kashmir Crisis: Is Hizbul Mujahideen Chief Syed Salahuddin Still Relevant?

Great Powers

> Russia and China: The Potential of Their Partnership

> Europe’s Next Move and the US-China Standoff

USA

> The Usurpation of U.S. Foreign Policy

> The Limits of US Military Power

> Les élections américaines de 2020: 4 scénarios, 12 États-clés pour le Sénat

China

> Global China: Domains of strategic competition and domestic drivers

Russia

> Domestic Challenges Spur Russian Pragmatism toward the West

> Last Chance Saloon: The Race to Grab Russia’s Reserves

> Will the Electoral Success Achieved by the Opposition Inspire a New Wave of Opposition Activity?

European Union

> Talking Migration: Narratives of Migration and Justice Claims in the European Migration System of Governance

> Will a New EU Democracy Strategy Make Any Difference?

> La politique de sanctions de l'Union européenne. Ambition multilatérale contre logique de puissance

Middle East

> Arab Futures 2.0: The road to 2030

> The EU and the Israeli-Palestinian Peace Process in a Post-Mogherini Era

> Iraq protests: How should the government and the US respond?

> Kuwait: A Changing System Under Stress

> The Algerian Hirak in the Time of Treason, September 2019

Latin America

> An Unprecedented Constitutional Crisis Divides Peru. But Who Is to Blame?

> Uruguay and the Inter-American Treaty of Reciprocal Assistance

> Latin America Already Has a Model to Solve Venezuela

> Argentina: No Plan B, and No Easy Choices

Asia

> India’s major power gambit

> South Korea is back in political turmoil

> Australia–Indonesia relations: Don’t mention Papua

> Can the ICC bring justice to Myanmar?

Africa

> Sudan Stakeholder Dialogues: Options for Economic Stabilization, Recovery and Inclusive Growth

> Preventing violent extremism: lessons from Africa

> Subverting Democracy in Tanzania and Zambia

> ECOWAS’s efforts at resolving Guinea-Bissau’s protracted political crisis, 2015-2019

Balkans

> Los Balcanes que vienen

> For Bosnian Women, No Justice—and No Seats

International Order

> Towards a ‘pluralist’ world order: creative agency and legitimacy in global institutions

> Between Polycentrism and Bipolarity

> Civilisations, states, and world order: Where are we? Where are we heading?

NATO

> From Hybrid Warfare to “Cybrid” Campaigns: The New Normal?

> The Breakaways: A Retrospective on the Baltic Road to NATO

Non Proliferation

> Dual-use distinguishability: How 3D-printing shapes the security dilemma for nuclear programs

> Scientists have a new technique for verifying a dismantled nuke

> Contrasting Views on How to Code a Nuclear Crisis

Transatlantic Relations

> The instinctive multilateralist: Portugal and the politics of cooperation

> The Alliance for Multilateralism: On Thin Ice in Canada’s Election

Essay

> Authoritarians Won’t Save the Middle East’s Religious Minorities

Books & Reviews

> Major Powers and the Korean Peninsula: Politics, Policies and Perspectives [E-Book]

> Trans-Atlantic Book Review #05

> How to Be a Dictator: The Cult of Personality in the Twentieth Century

> Novel and Naughty

> The Culmination of Republican Decay

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