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Transatlantic Must-Reads
June 12th, 2018
 Economy, Euro, France, Global, Migration, North Korea, Russia, Syria, Technology, Trade, US
US/North Korea - The Trump-Kim Summit: Full Text of the Statement, The New York Times
US/North Korea - Trump-Kim summit: Trump says after historic meeting, "We have developed a very special bond", David Nakamura, Philip Rucker, Anna Fifield & Anne Gearan, The Washington Post
Global - This Is Bigger Than a Meeting with Kim Jong Un, Uri Friedman, The Atlantic 
Global - Defending the Multilateral System, William A. Reinsch, Center for Strategic & International Studies
Russia - Department of Bad Ideas: Do Not Revive the G-8 or Invite Putin to DC, David J. Kramer, The American Interest 
Russia - Improving the Western Strategy to Combat Kremlin Propaganda and Disinformation, Anton Barbashin, Atlantic Council
Russia/Economy - The successes and limitations of Russia’s economic strategy, International Institute for Strategic Studies
Technology China's Forced Technology Transfer Problem - And What To Do About It? Lee G. Branstetter, Peterson Institute for International Economics
Trade - European and Chinese trade competition in third markets: the case of Latin America, Alicia García-Herrero, Thibault Marbach & Jianwei Xu, Bruegel
Euro - How Democratic is the Euro? Dani Rodrik, Project Syndicate
Migration - Italy's Matteo Salvini refuses to let a boat full of migrants land: but Spain steps in, The Economist
US/France/Syria - Beyond the Red Line: The United States, France, and Chemical Weapons in the Syrian War, 2013-2018, Jeffrey Lewis & Bruno Tertrais, Fondation pour la recherche stratégique

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