Weekly Brief
January 26, 2020

US Foreign Policy

The Cost of an Incoherent Foreign Policy, Brett McGurk, Foreign Affairs
What to Expect from the United States: A Look Ahead at US Foreign Policy, Ian Lesser, IAI Rome
Why America Must Lead Again, Joseph Biden, Jr., Foreign Affairs
A New Era in Russia Will Allow America to Rethink Its Policy, Jeffrey Mankoff, The Hill


The Berlin Conference on Libya: Conference Conclusions, German Chancellery
International Powers Call for Cease-Fire in Libya’s Long Civil War, Katrin Bennhold, Melissa Eddy, New York Times
What's Libya's Impact on EU Foreign Policy? Jan Techau, EU Observer
How Italy Was Marginalised in Libya, Mattia Giampaolo, European Council on Foreign Relations


The Twilight of America’s Financial Empire: Washington’s Economic Bullying Will Erode Its Power, Henry Farrell, Abraham Newman, Foreign Affairs
A European Anti-money Laundering Supervisor: From Vision to Legislation, Joshua Kirschenbaum, Nicolas Véron, PIIE
The Greenback Needs a Digital Makeover, Tim Morrison, Foreign Policy
The Green Swan: Central Banking and Financial Stability in the Age of Climate Change, Patrick Bolton, Morgan Despres, Luiz Awazu Pereira da Silva, Frédéric Samama, Romain Svartzman Bank for International Settlements
Trump’s Tariffs Have Failed a Fair Test, Anthony Elson, The Wall Street Journal Letters to the Editor (Ran in the January 21st Edition of the WSJ)


The Secretive Company That Might End Privacy as We Know It, Kashmir Hill, New York Times
Artificial Intelligence and Cybersecurity, Lorenzo Pupillo, Afonso Ferreira, Stefano Fantin, CEPS
Europe Can’t Win the Tech War It Just Started, Tyson Barker, Foreign Policy
2020 Cybersecurity Predictions: Evolving Vulnerabilities on the Horizon, Anthony Ferrante, The Hill
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