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Transatlantic Must-Reads
January 26th, 2018
 Afghanistan, Europe, Freedom, Global, Iran, Kurds, Middle East, North Korea, Russia, Security, Trade, Turkey, UK, US  


Featured CTR Commentary 

Russia/Middle East - Russian and Western Engagement in the Broader Middle East. Mark N. Katz, in The Russia File by Daniel S. Hamilton & Stefan Meister (editors), Center for Transatlantic Relations, DGAP 



Freedom - The Human Freedom Index 2017, Ian Vasquez and Tanja Porcnik, Cato Institute  

Global - How Sharp Power Threatens Soft Power, Joseph S. Nye Jr., Foreign Affairs

Iran/US/Europe - Splits over the Iran deal test Europe’s bond with America, The Economist 

Afghanistan - We Can’t Win in Afghanistan Because We Don’t Know Why We’re There, Steve Coll, New York Times 

US - We Have Met the Enemy, and He is Us, Susan E. Rice, New York Times

UK - Theresa May’s new Brexit strategy: jump first, argue later, Philip Stephens, Financial Times

Trade - How to Lose a Trade War, Stephen S. Roach, Project Syndicate

Security - The future of war, The Economist
US/Russia/Security - Avoiding U.S.-Russia Military Escalation During the Hybrid War, Dmitri Trenin, Carnegie Moscow Cente
Security - The growing danger of great-power conflict, The Economist 
North Korea/US - Preventing a Post-Collapse Crisis in North Korea, Joonbum Bae and Andrew Natsios, Foreign Affairs

Turkey/Kurds - How to Stop the War Between Turkey and the Syrian Kurds, James F. Jeffrey and David Pollock, Foreign Policy



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