MONDAY CIVILIZATION EDITION

North Korean Troops Marching (Photo Credit: The National Interest)

This is How North Korea Would Start a War (and How Bad It Could Get)

by Robert Farley

of The National Interest

Pope Reportedly Confirmed Holy See’s Opposition to Catalan Independence, Privately – RR
Eastern Resentment of Germany Spells Trouble for Berlin & Brussels – Seb. Dullien, ECoFR
The Chinese Dream in Peril: Xi Jinping and the Korean Crisis – Anthony Miller, The Diplomat
What’s in the New China Military Aid to the Philippines? – Prs. Parameswaran, The Dplmt
A Stronger Australia in Southeast Asia? – Luke Hunt, The Diplomat

Korean Reunification Seems More Quixotic Than Ever; Now What – Zach Montague, WPR
Russian Studies is Thriving, Not Dying – Timothy Frye, The National Interest
Competitive Federalism in Southern India – T.S. Maini & M.S. Lingala, The Diplmat
A Visit to Russia: Can Relations Be Improved? – Pual J. Sanders, The National Interest
China Plays Up ASEAN Confucius Inst. Presence w/Laos Project – P. Parameswaran, Dplmt

U.S. Doubts Viability of 1-Country/2-Systems’ Model in Hong Kong – Charlotte Gao, The Dplmt
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