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Transatlantic Must-Reads
April 16th, 2018
 Climate, Defense, Eurozone, France, Germany, Italy, Montenegro, Nationalism, Nordics, Nuclear, Politics, Russia, Trade, Turkey, US

Featured CTR Commentary
Nordics/Russia - Nordics must keep Russian aggression in the minds of allies, Erlingur Erlingsson, The Hill
Russia - This time, sanctions on Russia are having the desired effect, Tom Keatinge, Financial Times
Russia -
A Guide for Getting Along in Putin's Russia, Maxim Trudolyubov, The New York Times
Germany/Russia -
German business concerns take a back seat over Russia sanctions, Tobias Buck, Financial Times
Germany/France/Eurozone -
Germany is frustrating Emmanuel Macron's grand ambitions, Wolgang M
ünchau, Financial Times
Montenegro -
Veteran politician Djukanovic sweeps back into power in Montenegro, Euractiv
Trade/Climate - EU Trade and Climate Policy Linkages: Potentials in Times of Repositioning, Susanne Dröge & Felix Schenuit, Stiftung Wissenschaft und Politik SWP
Trade - Brussels mulls offer of trade deal to Trump, if he drops tariff threat, Hans von der Burchard, Politico EU
Trade -
Nafta: Why the US car industry is trapped in Trump's trade crossfire, Shawn Donnan, Financial Times
Politics -
What's Been Stopping the Left? Dani Rodrik, Project Syndicate
US/Nuclear -
Is the 2018 Nuclear Posture Review as bad as the critics claim it is? Frank A. Rose, Brookings Institution
US/Turkey -
Breaking the Turkey-U.S. Deadlock in Syria, Galip Dalay, The German Marshall Fund of the United States
Defense -
Washington Should Help Europe Achieve 'Strategic Autonomy', Not Fight It, Ronja Kempin & Barbara Kuntz, War on the Rocks
Nationalism -
National Identity and Political Power, Andreas Wimmer, Foreign Affairs

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