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Transatlantic Must-Reads
March 12th, 2018
 Balkans, China, Digital, Defense, Economy, EU, Hungary, Moldova, Poverty, Russia, Trade, UK, Ukraine, US
Featured CTR Commentary
Economy - The Transatlantic Economy in 2018: Cyclically Strong, but Structurally and Politically Challenged, in The Transatlantic Economy 2018, Daniel S. Hamilton & Joseph P. Quinland, CTR
Trade - Trump targets European car-makers with big plants in states he won, Matthew Nussbaum, Politico
Trade -
Trump, China, and Steel Tariffs: The Day the WTO Died, Edward Alden, Council on Foreign Relations
Trade -
Readout of Meeting between EU Commissioner for Trade Cecilia Malmström, Minister of Economy, Trade and Industry of Japan Hiroshige Seko and US Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer, Joint Document
Trade/Digital -
US protectionism could set off a digital trade war, Rana Foroohar, Financial Times
Digital -
The web can be weaponized - and we can't count on big tech to stop it, Tim Berners-Lee, The Guardian
EU/Poverty -
Why is it so hard to reach the EU's poverty target? Zsolt Darvas, Springer
Defense/Europe -
Two Cheers for European Defense Cooperation, Erik Brattberg & Jamie Fly, Carnegie Endowment
Balkans/Russia -
Propaganda and Disinformation in the Western Balkans: How the EU Can Counter Russia's Information War, Sophie Eisentraut & Stephanie de Leon, Konrad Adenauer Stiftung
Hungary -
Orban's Game, Andras Petho & Andras Szabo, Direkt 36
Ukraine -
Ukraine at a Crossroads: Scenarios for the Reintegration of Donbas, Oleg Ignatov, Carnegie Moscow
US -
Renewing U.S. Political Representation: Lessons from Europe and U.S. History, Rachel Kleifeld, Richard Youngs & Jonah Belser, Carnegie Endowment
US/China -
Will China's Belt and Road Initiative Outdo the Marshall Plan? The Economist
The Red Tape Cost of Brexit, Oliver Wyman, Clifford Chance
Moldova -
Moldova: Unfreezing, In a Good Way? Thomas de Waal, Carnegie Endowment

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