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Transatlantic Must-Reads
June 1st, 2018
 China, Germany, G7, Hungary, Iran, Italy, NATO, North Korea, Russia, Slovenia, Spain, Trade, US

CTR/SAIS Commentary
Italy - How Worried Should We Be about an Italian Debt Crisis? Olivier Blanchard, Silvia Merler & Jeromin Zettelmeyer, Peterson Institute for International Economics
Russia/Iran - Russia Leverages Iran Disagreement, Donald Jensen, Center for European Policy Analysis
Russia/China - Countering Comprehensive Coercion: Competitive Strategies Against Authoritarian Political Warfare, Thomas G. Mahnken, Ross Babbage & Toshi Yoshihara, Center for Strategic and Budgetary Assessments

Spain - 5 Takeaways from the overthrowing of Mariano Rajoy, Diego Torres, Politico EU
Italy - The new brooms: Italy, at last, gets a new government, The Economist 
Trade - Trump Tariffs Threaten National Security, Jennifer Hillman, The New York Times
Trade - Steel Yourself as Trump Cuts Off Trade to Spite His Face, Daniel J. Ikenson, Cato Institute 
G7 - A Primer to the G7 Summit in Charlevoix, June 8-9, 2017, Colin Robertson, Canadian Global Affairs Institute
China - Debtbook Diplomacy: China’s Strategic Leveraging of its Newfound Economic Influence and the Consequences for U.S. Foreign Policy, Sam Parker & Gabrielle Chefitz, Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs
Germany - Germany’s Populism Amid Prosperity, Dalia Marin, Project Syndicate
North Korea - A Better North Korea Strategy: How to Coerce Pyongyang Without Starting a War, Victor Cha & Katrin Fraser Katz, Foreign Affairs 
US/China/North Korea - A North Korean Opportunity for America and China, Richard N. Haass, Project Syndicate
Slovenia/Hungary - Slovenian survivor targets victory à la Orbán, Valerie Hopkins, Politico EU

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