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Transatlantic Must-Reads
June 13th, 2018
 Economy, EU, Euro, Europe, Eurozone, Defense, Finance, Macedonia, North Korea, Russia, UK, US, West
 
Must-Reads
Macedonia - Greece and Macedonia reach deal to end decades-old name dispute, Magdaline Duncan, Politico
Macedonia - Macedonia Deal Draws Praise Abroad, Anger at Home, Sinisa Jakov Marusic, Balkan Insight
UK - MPs force major soft Brexit shift, Tom McTague, Politico
US/North Korea - Trump Got Nearly Nothing From Kim Jong Un, Uri Friedman, The Atlantic 
US/North Korea - North Korea Is Winning, Michael Brendan Dougherty, National Review
US - The Obama-Trump Grand Strategy, Ross Douthat, The New York Times
US/Europe - What "America First" Will Cost Europe, Jeremy Shapiro, Foreign Affairs
West - What's next for the West? Double, double toil and trouble, Politico EU
Finance - Easy transatlantic pickings come to end for US banks, Laura Noonan, Financial Times
Euro - The Populists' Euro, Barry Eichengreen, Project Syndicate
Euro - What can we expect from the euro summit? Martin Sandbu, Financial Times
EU/Eurozone - Is Macron Becoming Isolated in Europe? Charles Grant, Centre for European Reform
EU/Economy - Is the European Semester effective and useful? Konstantinos Efstathiou and Guntram B. Wolff, Bruegel
EU/Defense - Brussels plans to block US and UK groups from defence programme, Alex Barker, Financial Times
Russia - Unintended Consequences: The Great Sanctions Split, Karina Orlova, The American Interest
Russia - Russia Doesn't Solve Conflicts, It Silences Them, Ibrahim Fraihat & Leonid Issaev, Foreign Policy
Europe - A Changing Europe in an Uncertain World, Scott A.W. Brown & Alasdair R. Young, Center for European and Transatlantic Studies, Georgia Institute of Technology

 
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