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Transatlantic Must-Reads
March 28th, 2018
Baltics, China, Defense, Energy, EU, Europe, Global, Inequality, NATO, Russia, Trade, UK, US, West
Global - Has a New Cold War Really Begun? Odd Arne Westad, Foreign Affairs
Global -
Comparative Exceptionalism: Universality and Particularity in Foreign Policy Discourses, Nicola Nymalm & Johannes Plagemann, International Studies Review
Inequality -
The world is not flat, Martin Sandbu, Financial Times
UK -
National Security Capability Review, Her Majesty's Government
UK/Russia -
Britain Has No Clue Why It's Punishing Russia, Mark Galeotti, Foreign Policy
Russia -
We Will Never Have an Honest Conversation about Russia Again, Michael Brendan Dougherty, National Review
Russia/West -
Russia and the west's moral bankruptcy, Edward Luce, Financial Times
US -
America's Global Role in Question, Michael Mandelbaum, The American Interest
US -
John Bolton is No Bugaboo, Walter Russell Mead, The Wall Street Journal
Trade -
The Asia-Pacific's Response to Rising U.S. Protectionism, Pradumna B. Rana & Xianbai Ji, Council of Councils
Trade -
Trump gets South Korean concessions in first trade deal, Doug Palmer, Politico
Trade -
Finding the Right Off-Ramp from the Trade War, Claire Reade, Center for Strategic and International Studies
China -
The Open Door Swings Back: The Challenge of Chinese Investment, Ronald H. Linden, Instituto Affari Internazionali Rome
China -
Xi Jinping's grasp on power has captured the West's attention - now what? Stanley Rosen, China Policy Institute
Order, integration, and the development of European security and defense - Key uncertainties and future scenarios, Björn Fägersten & August Danielson, Swedish Institute of International Affairs
EU/Defense -
The Trouble with PESCO: The Mirages of European Defense, Justyna Gotkowska, The Center for Eastern Studies
Baltics/NATO -
Preventing Escalation in the Baltics: A NATO Playbook, Ulrich Kuhn, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace

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