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Transatlantic Must-Reads
May 24th, 2018
 Asia, China, Democracy, Digital, Economy, Energy, Europe, Eurozone, Germany, Global,  Italy, Iran, Mediterranean, North Korea, Russia, South Korea, UK, US, Violence

Featured CTR Commentary
South Korea/US - Improving South Korea's Civil Defense Will Boost Trump's Summit Leverage, Edward P. Joseph & Jason C. Moyer, National Review
US - Trump considering 25 percent tax on car imports, citing national security, Ben White, Politico EU
US -
The US will be the loser from Trump's focus on trade deficits, Robert Zoellick, Financial Times
US -
The exorbitant cost of Trump's America going it alone, Edward Lucas, Financial Times
US/North Korea -
Trump's Letter to Kim Jong Un, The New York Times
US/Europe/Iran -
The Transatlantic Fallout over Iran, Thomas Valasek, Carnegie Europe
Italy -
Giuseppe Conte asked to form Italian government, Giada Zampano, Politico EU
Digital -
Answers to Follow-Up Questions from the European Parliament to Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook Brussels
UK/Russia -
Britain facilitates the corrupt Russian rule it deplores, Nigel Gould-Davies, The Telegraph
Russia -
Russia's Military: More Bark than Bite, Richard Connolly & Mathieu Boulegue, National Interest
Russia -
Russia's demonstrative response to US sanctions, Iwona Wisniewska, The Center for Eastern Studies
Economy -
Automation and the Future of the Workforce, McKinsey Global Institute
Europe/Global -
Can Europe save the world order? Anthony Dworkin & Mark Leorand, European Council on Foreign Relations
Europe/Energy -
Gazprom is enjoying a sales boom in Europe, The Economist
Germany/Eurozone -
The German Rules Trap, Zaki Laidi, Project Syndicate
Democracy/Violence -
Complicit States and the Governing Strategy of Privilege Violence: When Weakness Is Not the Problem, Rachel Kleinfield & Elena Barham, Annual Review
US/Mediterranean -
Restoring the Eastern Mediterranean as a Strategic U.S. Anchor, Jon Alterman, Heather A. Conley, Haim Malka & Donatienne Ruy, Center for Strategic and International Studies
US/China/Asia -
The U.S.-Southeast Asia Relationship: Responding to China's Rise, Council on Foreign Relations

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