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Transatlantic Must-Reads
January 8th, 2018
Afghanistan, Central Europe, Economy, Europe, Eurozone, Finance, Global, Pakistan, Poland, Russia, Sanctions, Trade, UK, US

CTR Commentary


US - Trump's Twitter Threats Put American Credibility on the Line, Steven Erlanger, New York Times 

US/EuropeAtlanticist and Post-Atlanticist Wishful Thinking, Hans Kundnani, German Marshall Fund of the United States

Sanctions/US/Europe/RussiaU.S. Sanctions Law and Western Coordination on Russia Policy, Dominik Tolksdorf, Wilson Center




Global The new world order and the fracturing of the West, Martin Wolf, Financial Times

USTrump the Insurgent Breaks with 70 Years of American Foreign Policy, Mark Landler, New York Times

US - ‘America first’? So far, Trump’s foreign policy mostly puts America last., Aaron David Miller & Richard Sokolsky, Washington Post

US - For Trump, A Year of Reinventing the Presidency, Peter Baker, New York Times

US‘Smothered’ and ‘Shoved Aside’ in Rural America, Mary Jordan and Kevin Sullivan, Washington Post

US/Economy - U.S. Job Market’s Strength Is Allowing More to Share in Pay Gains, Natalie Kitroeff, New York Times

EurozoneEurozone manufacturing sector growth hits record, Nicholas Megaw, Financial Times

Europe6 European Elections to Watch in 2018, Emma Anderson, Politico

UK/Trade - UK looks to join Pacific trade group after Brexit, Henry Mance, Jim Pickard and Shawn Donnan, Financial Times

Finance MiFID 2: Day Zero, The Economist

FinanceMiFID 2’s Challenge to US Finance, Bloomberg

SanctionsThe Global Magnitsky Act, Financial Integrity Network

EU/PolandPoland’s rebuke underscores the EU’s east-west tensions, Tony Barber, Financial Times

Central EuropeThe Fading Idea of Central Europe, Andrew Michta, American Interest

Pakistan/AfghanistanCutting Off Pakistan, U.S. Takes Gamble in Complex Afghan War, Mujib Mashal & Salman Masood, New York Times


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