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Transatlantic Must-Reads
May 30th, 2018
 China, Economy, EU, Euro, Europe, Greece, Italy, Macedonia, Migration, NATO, Russia, Syria, Ukraine, US

SAIS/CTR Commentary
Ukraine - Can U.N. peacekeeping operation bring stability in Donbas? Mykola Vorobiov, CTR
Italy/Euro - Italy’s Real Euro Referendum, Erik Jones, Politico EU

Economy - OECD Economic Outlook and Interim Economic Outlook
Italy/Euro - Italy Pushes Euro to Fore, the Last Place Europe Wants It, Steven Erlanger, The New York Times
NATO - Modernized Deterrence and Revitalized Dialogue: Adapting the Harmel Report to post-2014 Europe, Tobias Aust, NATO Defense College
EU/China - EU–China Innovation Relations: From Zero-sum to Global Networks, Tim Summers & Lawrence J. Lau, Chatham House
Ukraine - Bessarabia’s Hopes and Fears on Ukraine’s Edge, Thomas de Waal and Balázs Jarábik, Carnegie Europe
Russia - Chechnya’s Status within the Russian Federation, Uwe Halbach, Stiftung Wissenschaft und Politik
Syria/Migration - What Will It Take for Syrian Refugees to Return Home? Maha Yahya, Carnegie Middle East Center
Europe - The New Europeans, Christopher de Bellaigue, New York Review of Books
US/Greece/Macedonia - The U.S. Must Pressure Greece to Resolve Its Name Dispute with Macedonia, Luke Coffey, The Heritage Foundation
EU - Did the EU's economic recession lead to a rise in populism? Enrique Aldaz-Carroll, Rogier van den Brink, Vincent Tsoungui Belinga, Matija Laco, Joao Pedro Wagner de Azevedo & Paul Corral Rodas, Brookings 
EU - The EU Must Realize That Populism Is a Symptom of Real Policy Failure, Angelos Chryssogelos, Chatham House

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