Weekly Brief
February 9, 2020


The Future Relationship Between the UK and the EU, Written Statement to Parliament, Prime Minister Boris Johnson
Britain Has Changed Forever, Tom McTague, The Atlantic
The UK is About to Shoot Itself in Both Feet, Martin Wolf, Financial Times
Britain Is Leaving. Europe Has to Change, Jochen Bittner, New York Times
How Britain Can Shape Europe's Foreign Policy After Brexit, David Whineray, The Hill

Southeast Europe

Kosovo: A Protest Movement Comes to Power, Marta Szpala, OSW
Serbia’s Embrace of Chinese FDI Raises Questions of Transparency, Sebastian Shehadi, Valerie Hopkins, Financial Times
EU Focuses on Enlargement into Balkans After Brexit, Jennifer Rankin, The Guardian
Russia's Spy War in the Balkans, Dimitar Bechev, Al Jazeera

Trafficking, Migration

Here's How We're Winning the Fight Against Human Trafficking, Amb. John Cotton Richmond, The Hill
Greece’s Proposed ‘Floating Wall’ Shows the Failure of EU Migration Policies, Vasileia Digidiki, Jacqueline Bhabha, The Guardian
Chinese Immigrants in the United States, Carlos Echeverria-Estrada, Jeanne Batalova, Migration Policy Institute

US Armed Forces

Understanding the Deterrent Impact of U.S. Overseas Forces, RAND
Instances of Use of United States Armed Forces Abroad, 1798-2020, Barbara Salazar Torreon, Sofia Plagakis, Congressional Research Service


Let the Trans-Atlantic Trading Begin, Mike Gallagher, Wall Street Journal
From Globalization to Deglobalization: Zooming Into Trade, Bruegel
Trump's Steel and Aluminum Tariffs Are Cascading Out of Control, Chad P. Bown, PIIE
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