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Transatlantic Must-Reads
March 30th, 2018
 Balkans, China, Digital, Germany, Hungary, Iran, NATO, Netherlands, Russia, Trade, UK, US
US - Trump's New National Security Team, Christopher R. Hill, Project Syndicate
US/Iran -
The Bolton threat to the Iran nuclear deal, Ariane Tabatabai, Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists
Trade -
The U.S. Wants Back in the TPP? Good Luck With That. Keith Johnson, Foreign Policy
Trade/China -
How Will China Retaliate beyond Tariffs? Samm Sacks, Center for Strategic and International Studies
Netherlands -
How the Dutch will take Britain's place in Europe, The Economist
The Suwalki Corridor: NATO's choke point, Janusz Bugajski, CEPA
NATO's 2018 Summit: Key Summit Deliverables and Five Initiatives Where the U.S. Can Make a Difference, Julianne Smith, Jim Townsend and Rachel Rizzo, Center for a New American Security
Balkans/UK -
In Balkans, Britain rejoins battle for influence, Valerie Hopkins, Politico EU
Germany/Russia -
Germany's double gas game with Russia, Anca Gurzu, Politico EU
Russia -
It's time to go after Vladimir Putin's money in the West, Anders Aslund, The Washington Post
Hungary - Here lies danger. Hungary is on the verge of full-blown autocracy, Georg Szirtes, The Guardian
Digital -
Preventing the Balkanization of the Internet, Michael Spence & Fred Hu, Project Syndicate

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