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Transatlantic Must-Reads
March 13th, 2018
Arms Control, China, Economy, Europe, Germany, Iran, NATO, North Korea, Russia, UK, US

Featured CTR Commentary
Economy - Jobs, Trade and Investment: Examining the Ties that Bind, in The Transatlantic Economy 2018, Daniel S. Hamilton & Joseph P. Quinlan, CTR
US/North Korea - Trump and Kim Together - Now What? Robert Hunter, LobeLog
US - Why Did Trump Fire Tillerson Now? David Frum, The Atlantic
US - Mike Pompeo, a Hawk Who Pleased the President, Moves from Spying to Diplomacy, Scott Shane, The New York Times
US -
It's Time for a New American Foreign Policy, Rand Raul, The National Interest
US -
The Last Temptation, Michael Gerson, The Atlantic
Iran -
How to Save the Iran Nuclear Deal, Ilan Goldenberg & Elizabeth Rosenberg, Foreign Affairs
US/Russia -
Is the U.S. Hypocritical to Criticize Russian Election Meddling? Thomas Carothers, Foreign Affairs
Russia/NATO -
Strategic Warning on NATO's Eastern Flank: Pitfalls, Prospects, and Limits, Mark R. Cozad, RAND
Arms Control -
Saving the INF Treaty, Victor Mizin, Carnegie Moscow
Europe -
The Rising Tide of Europe's Anti-Establishment Rebellion, Andrew Michta, American Interest
Economy -
Interim Economic Outlook, OECD
China/US -
White House says it's blocking rival Broadcom bid for rival Qualcomm, Steven Overly, Politico
China/Germany -
Backlash grows over Chinese deals for Germany's corporate jewels, Guy Chazan, Financial Times
UK -
Theresa May's Impossible Vision for Brexit, Jonathan Hopkin, Foreign Affairs

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