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Transatlantic Must-Reads
January 25th, 2018
 Canada, China, Democracy, Digital, Economy, EU, France, Global, Hungary, Middle-East, Migration, NATO, Resilience, Russia, Security, Tunisia, US

Featured CTR Commentary 
Russia/Middle East - Russian Foreign Policy in the Middle East: New Challenge for Western Interests? Nikolay Kozhanov, in The Russia File by Daniel S. Hamilton & Stefan Meister (editors)
Economy -
The Financial Regulatory Outlook in the New Political Equilibrium, Angelo Federico Arcelli & Samantha St. Amand, Centre for International Governance Innovation & Oliver Wyman
Russia/Europe -
RT France Television Debuts to Mixed Reviews, Donald Jensen, CEPA 

 
Must-Reads 
 
Global - The Myth of the Liberal International Order, Niall Ferguson, Global Times
US/Security -
Statement by Dr. Henry A. Kissinger before the Senate Armed Services Committee
US/Security - Statement by Richard L. Armitage before the Senate Armed Services Committee
US/NATO/Security - How U.S. Allies Are Adapting to "America First", Stewart Patrick, Foreign Affairs
US/China -
China’s Understanding of Global Order Shouldn’t Be Ours​, Aaron Friedberg, Foreign Policy
US/Canada -
Is America really having a crisis of trust? Or is it just becoming more Canadian?, Scott Gilmore, Maclean's
France/EU -
Special Address by Emmanuel Macron, World Economic Forum
Migration -
Who’s afraid of free movement?, Martin Sandbu, Financial Times
Russia/Digital -
Deterring Russian Hacking, Brian O’Toole & Daniel Fried, Atlantic Council
Hungary -
The rise and rise of Viktor Orban​, Neil Buckley & Andrew Byrne, Financial Times
Security/Resilience ​-
How to stop countries sliding back into civil war, The Economist
Tunisia/Democracy -
Tunisian unrest is a symptom of healthy democratic evolution, Safwan Masri, Financial Times

 
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