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Transatlantic Must-Reads
March 27th, 2018
Digital, Energy, EU, Europe, Georgia, Germany, Global, Hungary, Iran, Northern Ireland, Russia, Terrorism, Trade, Turkey, US

Featured CTR/SAIS Commentary
Global - The Post-World War II Order Is Under Assault From The Powers That Built It, Peter Goodman, The New York Times
Terrorism -
Counterterrorism Yearbook 2018, Australian Strategic Policy Institute
EU/Russia -
How an Outraged Europe Agreed to a Hard Line on Putin, Steven Erlanger, The New York Times
Russia -
The Next Russian Attack will be Far Worse than Bots and Trolls, Alina Polyakova, Lawfare
US -
What if California Had a Foreign Policy? The New Frontier of States' Rights, David Freeman Engstrom & Jeremy M. Weinstein, Washington Quarterly
US -
Perils of Polarization for U.S. Foreign Policy, Kenneth Schultz, Washington Quarterly
US -
Can Jim Mattis Hold the Line in Trump's War Cabinet? Kenneth M. Worth, The New York Times Magazine
US/Europe -
Pax Trumpia, Joschka Fischer, Project Syndicate
US/Europe -
Surviving Trump: Advice to Europe from an Obama Veteran, Michelle Flournoy, Cipher Brief
Turkey/Europe -
How Turkey's Outreach to its Diaspora is Inflaming Tensions with Europe, Ayca Arkilic, The Washington Post
Georgia -
Georgia Positions Itself on China's New Silk Road, Franziska Smolnik, Stiftung Wissenschaft und Politik
Iran -
Keep the Iran Deal: 10 Good Reasons Why, National Coalition to Prevent an Iranian Nuclear Weapon
Digital/Germany -
Why German companies fail at digital innovation, Semih Aridogan, Global Handelsblatt
Trade -
A new TTIP is the Way to Ease the U.S.-EU Trade Conflict, Simon Lester, National Interest
Trade -
The Shifting Politics of Trade, William A. Reinsch, Center for Strategic and International Studies
Energy -
Is Gas Global Yet? Nikos Tsafos, Center for Strategic and International Studies
Northern Ireland -
Brexit threatens an end to Northern Ireland's era of 'civility', Arthur Beesley, Financial Times

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