View this email in your browser
Transatlantic Must-Reads
February 12th, 2018
 Balkans, Budget, China, Digital, Energy, EU, Hungary, International Organizations, Nuclear, Poland, Russia, Syria, Terrorism, Ukraine, US

Featured CTR Commentary
EU/US - Foreign Policy-Making in the European Union: How the Political System Affects the EU’s Relations with the United States, Teija Tiilikainen, in Domestic Determinants of Foreign Policy in the European Union and the United States, Daniel S. Hamilton & Teija Tiilikainen, eds., CTR/FIIA 
US/Budget - An American Budget, Budget of the U.S. Government
Digital -
EU to demand tough data-protection rules with future trade deals, Mehreen & Jim Brunsden, Financial Times
US -
The Obama-Trump Foreign Policy, Thomas Donnelly & William Kristol, Weekly Standard
US -
Trump’s Cynical Use of Human Rights, Gary J. Bass, The New York Times
US -
American influence is at its lowest since the fall of the Soviet Union, David Rothkopf, The National
US/Nuclear -
U.S. Nuclear Weapons Modernization, Ankit Panda, Council on Foreign Relations
US/Terrorism -
Testing the Legal Limits of the War on Terrorism, Stephen I. Vladeck, Foreign Affairs
US/Europe -
A Growing Strategic Gap Between America and Europe? Olivier Schmitt & Stéphane Taillat, War on the Rocks
Balkans/China -
How to Live with China in the Balkans, Filip Vojvodic-Medi, Real Clear World
Hungary -
As West Fears the Rise of Autocrats, Hungary Shows What’s Possible, Patrick Kingsley, The New York Times
Poland -
Poland’s Holocaust Denialism Will Come Back to Haunt It, Remi Adekoya, Foreign Policy
Ukraine -
An Atmosphere of Growing Political and Societal Instability in Ukraine, Susan Stewart, SWP
Russia -
A New Role for United Russia, Andrey Pertsev, Carnegie Moscow Center
Russia -
Why Moscow fears NATO, Janusz Bugajski, CEPA
Syria/International organizations -
Hypocritic Oath, Annie Sparrow, Foreign Policy

This email was sent to <<Email Address>>
why did I get this?    unsubscribe from this list    update subscription preferences
Foreign Policy Institute · 1717 Massachusetts Ave. NW · Suite 867 · Washington, DC 20036 · USA