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Transatlantic Must-Reads
May 8th, 2018
 Armenia, Black Sea, Canada, China, Energy, EU, Europe, Global, Italy, Nuclear, Populism, Russia, Security, Trade, Turkey, UN, US
US/Nuclear - Trump Withdraws U.S. From 'One-Sided' Iran Nuclear Deal, Mark Landler, The New York Times
US/China/Trade - Balancing the Trade Relationship Between the United States of America and the People's Republic of China, United States Government
US/EU/Trade -
How Europe Should Respond to Trump's Steel Tariffs, Daniel Gros, Project Syndicate
Energy/US/Canada -
Mapping the U.S.-Canada Energy Relationship, Andrew Stanley, Center for Strategic and International Studies
US/Europe -
Europe Has No Clue How to Handle an American Bully, Stephen M. Walt, Foreign Policy
Black Sea -
The Black Sea: How Russia is Looking to Cause Chaos for NATO, Angus Ross & Andrew Savchenko, The National Interest
Turkey -
Turkey's Perfect Path to Autocracy, Marc Pierini, Carnegie Europe
Italy -
Matteo Salvini, Italy's populist-in-chief, Jacopo Barigazzi, Politico
Global -
Is a Multipolar World Emerging? Jacob L. Shapiro, Geopolitical Futures
US/Security -
Friends With Benefits - What the Reliance on Local Partners Means for the U.S. Strategy, Frances Z. Brown & Mara Karlin, Foreign Affairs
Europe/US/Populism -
Exploring Transatlantic Responses to Far-Right Populism in Europe: Simulation Exercise, Jacob Parakilas & Thomas Raines, Chatham House
Separation anxiety: European influence at the UN after Brexit, Richard Gowan, European Council on Foreign Affairs
Russia/China -
What will be at stake when Moscow and Beijing begin to share their lessons? Edward Lucas, Center for European Policy Analysis
Russia/Armenia -
What explains Russia's uncharacteristic indifference to the revolution in Armenia? Pavel K. Baev, Brookings Institution

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