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Transatlantic Must-Reads
March 16th, 2018
China, Digital, Economy, Energy, EU, Europe, France, Germany, Liberal Order, Northern Europe, Nuclear, Russia, Trade, UK, Ukraine, US

Featured CTR Commentary
Economy - The European Countries: U.S.-Related Jobs, Trade and Investment, in The Transatlantic Economy 2018, Daniel S. Hamilton & Joseph P. Quinlan, Ctr
Trade - Trade policy-making under irrationality, Jacques Pelkmas, CEPS
US/EU/Trade -
Which sectors would be most vulnerable to EU - US trade war? Francesco Chiacchio, Bruegel
US/EU/Trade -
Still on the road? Assessing Trump's threat to European cars, Fredriksson, Roth & Tagliapietra, Bruegel
Economy/Digital -
Defining and Measuring the Digital Economy, Barefoot, Curtis, Jolliff, Nicholson & Omohundro, BEA
US/Russia -
U.S. imposes new sanctions on Russian entities over 2016 election meddling, Schor, Restuccia & Bennett, Politico
UK -
Salisbury attack: Joint Statement from the Leaders of France, Germany, the United States and the United Kingdom, The Government of the United Kingdom
France/Germany -
Reality bites Macron - Merkel romance, Pierre Briancon, Politico
Northern Europe -
Contested seas, Kathleen Hicks & Andrew Metrick, CSIS
Europe/China -
The Indo-Pacific - A Passage to Europe? Eva Pejsova, ISS
Ukraine -
Donbas Diplomacy: Ukraine Bides Its Time, Balazs Jarabik & Andras Racz, Carnegie Moscow
Digital -
Google's academic links under scrutiny, Mark Scott & Nicolas Hirst, Politico
Nuclear -
NATO's Next Nuclear Challenges, Michael Ruhle, Carnegie Europe
Liberal Order -
The Liberal Order Isn't Coming Back, Bruse W. Jentleson, Democracy

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