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Transatlantic Must-Reads
June 30th 2017

US, Trade, Russia, Europe, Germany, Montenegro, Slovenia, Croatia, Balkans, Food, Turkey,k EU, UK, Ukraine

Featured CTR Commentary

RussiaRussia, the Last Colonial Empire, Vladislav Inozemtsev, National Interest


Must Reads

USThe power of groupthink. Special Report on Donald Trump’s America, The Economist
US/Trade -
Trump’s trade plan sets up global clash over 'America First' strategy, Andrew Restuccia and Nancy Cook, Politico
Russia/Europe -
Russian Interference in European Elections, testimony by Janis Sarts, Director of NATO Strategic Communications Centre of Excellence, before the U.S. Senate Select Committee on Intelligence
Russia/Europe -
Russian Interference in European Elections, testimony by Nicholas Burns, Harvard University, before the U.S. Senate Select Committee on Intelligence
Russia/Germany -
The Impact of Russian Interference on Germany’s 2017 Elections, testimony by Constanze Stelzenmüller, Brookings, Testimony before the U.S. Senate Select Committee on Intelligence
Russia/Montenegro
Russian Interference in European Elections: Russia and Montenegro, Testimony by Vesko Garčević, Boston University, before the U.S. Senate Select Committee on Intelligence
Slovenia/Croatia -
Slovenian PM: EU enlargement at risk if Croatia border ruling ignored, Jacopo Barigazzi, Politico
Balkans
Balkan autocrats. Wrong and stable, The Economist
Food
Chokepoints and Vulnerabilities in Global Food Trade, Rob Bailey and Laura Wellesley, Chatham House
EU/Turkey
Four Steps to an EU-Turkey Reset, Marc Pierini, Carnegie Europe
EU/UK -
Negotiating documents on Article 50 negotiations with the United Kingdom, European Commission
Ukraine
Ukraine’s Stalled Revolution. Kiev May Talk Like Brussels But It Acts Like Moscow
, Andrew Foxall and Lincoln Pigman, Foreign Affairs

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