View this email in your browser
Transatlantic Must-Reads
Thursday, January 19th, 2017

Europe, US, Trade, Mexico, Germany, NATO, Central/Eastern Europe, Moldova, UK

Europe - 2017: Europe's year of rage, James Forsyth, The Spectator
US - Truth in the Age of Trump, Eliot Cohen, American Interest
US -
Trump's New Foreign-Policy Direction, Peter Beinart, The Atlantic

US - America's International Role under Donald Trump, Xenia Wickett, ed., Chatham House
US - Don't Make Any Sudden Moves, Mr. Trump, Richard Haass, Wall Street Journal
Ross: NAFTA is job one, Adam Behsudi and Doug Palmer, Politico
US/Mexico -
Yes, Trump can make Mexico pay for the border wall. Here’s how, Marc Thiessen, Washington Post/AEI

US/EuropeIs the West Circling the Wagons? On the strategic situation of Germany and its Allies, Patrick Keller, Federal Academy for Security Policy
US/Germany -
Germany’s last Atlanticist confronts Trump, Matthew Karnitschnig, Politico Europe
US/Europe -
Trump has bared his fangs to Merkel. He will do untold damage to Europe, Josef Joffe, The Guardian

US/Europe - The special relationships of the US in Europe, Matthew Hinds and Mikkel Runge Olesen, Danish Institute for International Studies
US/Europe -
Atlantic era under threat with Donald Trump in White House, Gideon Rachman, Financial Times
US/NATO - The Republican Roots and Grave Risks of Donald Trump’s Hostility to NATO, Jeet Heer, New Republic
Age of Uncertainties, Hans-Dieter Lucas, Berlin Policy Journal
US/Russia -
Congress, Russia, and sanctions, Steven Pifer, Brookings
Central/Eastern Europe -
Addressing the real source of the U.S.-Russia rivalry, Michael O'Hanlon, Brookings
Moldova -
Moldova turns from EU to Russia, Andrew Rettman, EU Observer

UK - The UK Should Stay in the Customs Union After Brexit, Sinan Ülgen, Carnegie Europe
What free movement means to Europe and why it matters for Britain, Camino Mortera-Martinez and Christian Odendahl, Centre for European Reform


Follow along on Twitter with #CTRmustread. Click here to subscribe to the Transatlantic Must-Reads. Sign up for our events mailing list here.


This email was sent to <<Email Address>>
why did I get this?    unsubscribe from this list    update subscription preferences
Foreign Policy Institute · 1717 Massachusetts Ave. NW · Suite 867 · Washington, DC 20036 · USA