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Transatlantic Must-Reads
May 14th, 2018
 Brexit, California, China, Democracy, Digital, Economy, Energy, EU, EU-Latin America, Europe, Germany, Hungary, Nuclear, Russia, US, U.S. Foreign Policy

Featured CTR Commentary
Nuclear - Iran Deal: When the Tumult and the Shouting Dies, Robert E. Hunter, Lobelog
Digital - How GDPR Could Affect the Transatlantic Relationship, Susan Ness & Peter Chase, The German Marshall Fund of the United States
Digital - Making America First in the Digital Economy: The Case for Engaging Europe, Frances Burwell, Atlantic Council
Economy/California - California Now World's 5th Largest Economy, Surpassing UK, The New York Times
US - Loyalty, unease in Trump’s Midwest, Dan Balz, The Washington Post
U.S. Foreign Policy - The Never-Ending War on Terror: Why the U.S. Keeps Fighting the Wrong Battle, Katherine Zimmerman, Foreign Affairs
U.S. Foreign Policy - The Dangerous Rise of Kinetic Diplomacy, Monica Duffy Toft, War On The Rocks
Nuclear - The End of the Iran Deal, and Trump’s New, Confrontational Foreign Policy, Robin Wright, The New Yorker
Energy - How to make sense of the volatile natural gas market, Nick Butler, Financial Times
Energy/Germany - Germany Wrestles With Nord Stream Two’s Implications for European Solidarity, Rauf Mammadov, The Jamestown Foundation
US/EU/China - How Donald Trump drives Europe towards China, Philipp Liesenhoff, Handelsblatt Global
EU/US - Europe’s ultimate Trump strategy: Appeasement, Matthew Karnitschnig, Politico EU 
EU-Latin America - Dealing with diversity - The EU and Latin America today, Lorena Ruano, European Union Institute for Security Studies
Brexit/Hungary - Brexit is boosting Viktor Orbán’s ability to disrupt the EU, Milan Nic, The Guardian
Europe/Democracy - How Choice Can Save Europe: Why the EU Needs Less Technocracy and More Democracy, Catherine De Vries & Kathleen R. McNamara, Foreign Affairs
Russia - Putin isn’t as all-powerful as he looks, Jackson Diehl, The Washington Post

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