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Transatlantic Must-Reads
Thursday, June 22nd 2017

Nordics, US, Europe, Global, Hungary, France, Iran, China, MENA, Russia

CTR Commentary

Nordics - The Nordic Countries Should Continue to Make a Difference, András Simonyi, Huffington Post
US, Europe -
70th Anniversary of the Marshall Plan, with remarks by Chancellor Angela Merkel and former U.S. Secretary of State Henry Kissinger, German Marshall Fund of the United States
US, Europe -
U.S. Foreign Policy and the Transatlantic Relationship, Erik Jones, Hoover Institution
US -
The Urban-Suburban-Rural “Divide” in American Views on Foreign Policy, Sam Tabory & Dina Smeltz, Chicago Council on Global Affairs
US -
Who Will Fill America’s Shoes? Richard N. Haass, Project Syndicate
US, Global -
How America’s friends and enemies have adjusted to the age of Trump, Edward Luce, Financial Times
Europe -
Central Europe’s Tough Choice: Macron or Orban? Ivan Krastev, New York Times
Hungary -
Conservatives can no longer call Viktor Orban an ally, Dalibor Rohac, CapX
France, Europe -
Macron’s price for saving Europe: trade defense, Jakob Hanke & Maïa de La Baume, Politico Europe
US, Europe, Iran -
A Transatlantic Approach Toward Iran? Emily B. Landau & Shimon Stein, Carnegie Europe
China -
The dark side of China’s national renewal, Jamil Anderlini, Financial Times
China, MENA -
China and the Mediterranean: Open for business? François Godement et al, ECFR
Russia, US -
Why Talk About Disinformation Now? Alina Polyakova, Atlantic Council

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