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Transatlantic Must-Reads
June 15th, 2018
 Balkans, China, G7, Defense, Democracy, Energy, Europe, Eurozone, Germany, Liberalism, NATO, North Korea, Russia, Technology, Trade, US
North Korea/US - On North Korea, Trump deserves more latitude and less attitude, Marc A. Thiessen, The Washington Post
ChinaThe Big Winner of the Singapore Summit: How China Ended Up Getting the Best Deal, Bonnie S. Glaser & Oriana Skylar Mastro, Foreign Affairs
G7 - Trump Told G7 Leaders That Crimea Is Russian Because Everyone Speaks Russian In Crimea, Alberto Nardelli & Julia Ioffe, BuzzFeed News
NATO - Trump’s next target: NATO, Paul Taylor, Politico EU
US - Trump’s America does not care, Robert Kagan, The Washington Post
US/Europe - OFAC Off, Esfandyar Batmanghelidj & Axel Hellman, Foreign Policy
Europe/Defense - Why Joining France's European Intervention Initiative is the right decision for Germany, Christian Mölling & Claudia Major, Egmont Royal Institute for International Relations
Germany - Angela Merkel’s political near-death experience in Bavarian brawl, Matthew Karnitschnig, Politico EU
Trade - Italy threatens to scupper EU’s trade deal with Canada, James Politi, Alex Barker & Jim Brunsden, Financial Times
Eurozone - The eurozone must rediscover politics, Martin Sandbu, Financial Times
Liberalism - Some thoughts on the crisis of liberalism—and how to fix it, The Economist
Democracy - Democracy in Danger: Confusing the Symptoms of Disorder with Its Cause, Laure Mandeville & Joshua Mitchell, Atlantic Council
Europe - Is Europe’s Problem Illiberal Majoritarianism or Creeping Authoritarianism? Michael Meyer-Resende, Carnegie Europe
Balkans - Name Dropping in the Balkans: All of Europe Benefits If Greece and Macedonia Get Over Their Identity Crisis, Florian Bieber, Foreign Affairs
Russia - Putin’s Economic Dilemma, Brigitte Granville & Vladimir Mau, Project Syndicate
Energy - Pipeline Politics: Why Nord Stream 2 Will Not Be Built, John Herbst, The American Interest
Energy - Europe's Dieselgate, Paul R. Gregory, Hoover Institution
Technology - Our Infant Information Revolution, Joseph S. Nye, Project Syndicate

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