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Transatlantic Must-Reads
April 4th, 2018
 Balkans, China, Digital, Energy, Europe, Portugal, Russia, Terrorism, Ukraine, US

Featured CTR Commentary
US/Europe - The Marshall Plan and Its Meaning for Today, Daniel S. Hamilton, Event Commemorating the 70th Anniversary of the Marshall Plan, U.S. Department of State
Ukraine - Two Ways the West Enables Corruption in Ukraine, Taras Kuzio, CTR
Ukraine - Can Poroshenko secure his second presidential term in 2019? Mykola Vorobiov, CTR

US - Saving the heartland: Place-based policies in 21st century America, Benjamin Austin, Edward Glaeser & Lawrence H. Summers, Brookings
Europe - Decades Under the Influence: How Europe's Parties Have Been Shifting Right, Markus Wagner & Thomas Meyer, Foreign Affairs
US/Europe - Statement of Principles, Democracy in Europe Working Group, Bipartisan Policy Center
US/Europe/Russia - Transatlantic take: A New Model for Unified Response to Putin, Laura Rosenberger, The German Marshall Fund of the United States
US/Europe/Russia - When Diplomats and Spies Must Go: Expelling Russians, Then and Now, Daniel Fried, Foreign Affairs
US/China - White House Unveils Tariffs on 1,300 Chinese Products, Ana Swanson, The New York Times
US/China - U.S. Leaves Door Open to Talks With China Amid Trade-War Fears, Andrew Mayeda, Bloomberg
China - The Chinese economy is rebalancing, at last, Martin Wolf, Financial Times
Digital - What the EU’s tough new privacy rules mean for Big Tech, Mehreen Khan & Aliya Ram, Financial Times
Digital - Cybersecurity and the New Era of Space Activities, David P. Fidler, Council on Foreign Relations
Portugal - What’s up with Portugal? Matthew C Klein, Financial Times
Energy - The Southern Gas Corridor: Challenges to a geopolitical approach in the EU’s external energy policy, Marco Siddi, Finnish Institute of International Affairs
Balkans - Do the Western Balkans face a coming Russian storm? Mark Galeotti, European Council on Foreign Relations
Terrorism - Al-Qaeda’s Long Game, Milo Comerford, Tony Blair Institute

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