Weekly Brief
December 29, 2019

2019 in Review

A few of our favorite pieces by TLN fellows from throughout the year:
A 3-Percent Solution for NATO, Daniel Hamilton, Defense One
Khalifa Haftar Is No Longer Part of Libya's Solution, Sasha Toperich, The Hill
Serbia Needs Kosovo's Respect, Not Its Land, Edward Joseph, Foreign Policy
The Special Relationship May Be Awkward Under Trump - But It Is Vital to Brexit Britain, Ian Bond, EuroNews


Blocked in US, Huawei Touts ‘Shared Values’ to Compete in Europe, Matina Stevis-Gridneff, New York Times
Make Europe Relevant Again, Sigmar Gabriel, Christoph Bornschein, Project Syndicate
The US-Chinese Trade War Just Entered Phase 2, Peter Harrell, Foreign Policy

Economic Challenges

How Poverty Ends, Abhijit Banerjee, Esther Duflo, Foreign Affairs
Law Must Be Adapted for the Fourth Industrial Revolution, Ali Abusedra, The Hill
The Future of Energy Is Being Shaped by Asia, Francois Austin, World Economic Forum


Ten Conflicts to Watch in 2020, Robert Malley, Foreign Policy
Erdogan Announces Plan to Send Troops to Libya, Al Jazeera
With US Help No Longer Assured, Saudis Try a New Strategy: Talks, Declan Walsh, Ben Hubbard, New York Times
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