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Daily Memo: Concerning the Rumors in China
July 21, 2018

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The Geopolitics of London: Or, How England Joined the World
July 19, 2018 The city was a global financial hub well before the EU, and it will be one well after Brexit.

Thinking About the Trump-Putin Meeting
July 18, 2018 The American president was not restrained by his advisers, but domestic politics imposes its own limits.

What We’re Reading: Ancient Civilizations in South America, the US Fracking Industry
July 17, 2018 Weekly reviews of what’s on our staff’s bookshelves.

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Latent Uzbek Nationalism
July 20, 2018 A large number of Uzbeks live in other Central Asian countries.

North Korea Talks Are Still at Square One
July 19, 2018 The U.S. has less leverage now than before.
Daily Memo: Russia’s Backyard, Iran’s Cabinet
July 19, 2018 All the news worth knowing today.

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Checking in on the Serbia-Kosovo Dispute
July 19, 2018 Unsurprisingly, it still isn’t resolved.

Taiwan’s Quest to Modernize Its Submarine Fleet
July 18, 2018 It still needs foreign technology to build up a modern fleet anytime soon.

Daily Memo: North Korean Expectations, Japanese Militarization, Syrian Mobilization
July 18, 2018 All the news worth knowing today.
In Syria, the Harder Fight Is in the North
July 18, 2018 The south has been mostly retaken. But danger lurks in Idlib.

Global Shipping Is Collateral Damage in the Coming Trade Wars
July 17, 2018 Yet the industry has proved highly adaptable in past crises.

Surveillance: What Russia Does is Bluff
July 16, 2018 George Friedman, Geopolitical Futures Chairman, says that a great deal of what Russia does is a “bluff.” He spoke with ...
Daily Memo: Protests in Iraq, a Presidential Meeting in Helsinki
July 16, 2018 All the news worth knowing today.

In Iraq, Local Protests Could Have Wider Implications
July 16, 2018 The demonstrations in an oil-rich region could exacerbate the problem of declining spare oil capacity.
Daily Memo: Updates on Iraq Oil Protests, Japan’s Remilitarization
July 14, 2018 All the news worth knowing this weekend.

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