Weekly Brief
September 15, 2019

TLN Commentary

Presidential Elections in Tunisia: a Deviation from the Path of Democracy? Sasha Toperich,

European Union

Meet the Commissioners, Politico
Ursula von der Leyen's To-do List, Daniela Schwarzer, Project Syndicate
As China Surges, Europe Is on the Menu, Andrew Michta, American Interest
'Protecting the European Way of Life' From Migrants Is a Gift to the Far Right, Daniel Trilling, The Guardian
Threat to 'European Way of Life' Is Not Migrants. It's Populists. Sophie In 'T Veld, Politico

US Foreign Policy

The Problem at the Core of Progressive Foreign Policy, Thomas Wright, The Atlantic
Bolton Was Trump's Best Match, Until He Wasn't, Ivo Daalder, I.M. Destler
Right-Sizing Foreign Policy, Bruce Jentleson, Democracy
John Bolton's Exit Isn't A Victory for Our Adversaries, Hayat Alvi, The Hill

Liquefied Natural Gas

US Liquefied Natural Gas Is Fueling Global Progress, Dustin Meyer, Fred Hutchison, Charlied Rield, The Hill
From Finding to Market: Perspectives and Challenges for the Development of Gas Resources in the East Med, Nicolo Sartori, Margherita Bianchi, IAI Rome
The Era of the Gas Mega-Players, Nikos Tsafos, CSIS

Remembering 9/11

It's Hard to Commemorate 9/11 If You Don't Understand It, Daniel Byman, Foreign Policy
We Cannot Forget, or Go Soft - Terrorists Remain Bent on US Destruction, Mary Beth Long, The Hill
Six Things We've Learned About Terrorism Since 9/11, Khusrav Gaibulloev, Todd Sandler, Washington Post 
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