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Transatlantic Must-Reads
Monday, February 27th, 2017


UK, EU, NATO, US, Global, Europe, Asia, Russia, Nuclear, Globalization, Monetary, China, Climate Change, Turkey


UK, EU - What If the Brexit Talks Reach No Deal? John Bruton, Center for Transatlantic Relations
Our NATO Partners Should Engage Trump in Brussels, Jaap de Hoop Scheffer & Hans Binnendijk, Newsweek
US -
A Renewed Republican Party, Joshua Mitchell, American Affairs
US -
Realism About Trumpism, Joschka Fischer, Project Syndicate
US -
How Trump Split Conservatives Three Ways, Tevi Troy, Politico
US, Global -
America and the Liberal International Order, Michael Anton, American Affairs
US, Europe:
US Officials in Europe: A Glass Half-Full, Robert E. Hunter, Center for Transatlantic Relations
US, Europe, Asia -
U.S. Allies are Learning that Trump's America is not the 'Indispensable Nation,' Dan de Luce & John Hudson, Foreign Policy
Russia -
A Comparative Guide to Russia’s Use of Force: Measure Twice, Invade Once, Michael Kofman, War on the Rocks
Russia -
Protecting Falsehoods With a Bodyguard of Lies: Putin's Use of Information Warfare, Deborah Yarsike Ball, NATO Defense College
Nuclear -
Pathways to Cooperation. A Menu of Potential U.S.-Russian Cooperative Projects in the
Nuclear Sphere
, Nuclear Threat Initiative & Center for Energy and Security Studies
Globalization -
The New Shape of Globalization, Clyde Prestowitz, American Affairs
Monetary, China -
The Renminbi Goes Global. The Meaning of China's Money, Barry Eichengreen, Foreign Affairs
Climate Change, US -
American soft power, the Paris Agreement, and climate finance under Trump, Timmons Roberts & Caroline Jones, Brookings
EU -
A potted history of EU referendums, Dina Pardijs, ECFR
Turkey -
Turkey’s Domestically Driven Foreign Policy, Marc Pierini, Carnegie Europe


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