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Transatlantic Must-Reads
April 11th, 2018
 Balkans, China, Central Europe, Democracy, Digital, Eastern Europe, Energy, EU, Eurasia, Europe, France, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Russia, Syria, Trade, UK, Ukraine, US

Featured CTR Commentary
US/Europe - Event Commemorating the 70th Anniversary of the Marshall Plan, Daniel Hamilton, Benn Steil, A. Wess Mitchell, David O'Sullivan, Peter Wittig, Henne Schuwer & Tom Pickering, George C. Marshall Foundation/Austrian Marshall Plan Foundation, U.S. Department of State
Democracy/Central and Eastern Europe/Eurasia - Nations in Transit 2018: Confronting Illiberalism, Freedom House
Russia/US/UK -
British Banks Will Have to Cut Ties to Russian Oligarchs, U.S. Says, Ellen Barry, The New York Times
Russia -
Countering Russian Kleptocracy, Ben Judah & Nate Sibley, Hudson Institute
Russia/Balkans -
In a New Cold War with Russia, Balkans Become a Testing Ground, Steven Erlanger, The New York Times
Balkans -
Next for Europe: Balkan Integration, Balkan Insider
Russia/Germany/Ukraine/Energy -
Merkel warns Nord Stream 2 must protect Ukraine role, Tobias Buck & Roman Olearchyk, Financial Times
Russia/Italy/Energy -
Business and Geopolitics Jointly Drive Italy's Energy Relations With Russia, Emanuele Scimia, Jamestown Foundation
Digital -
How Europe's new privacy rule is reshaping the internet, Russell Brandom, The Verge
Trade/EU -
Trade disputes reveal the EU's strategic weakness, Wolfgang Münchau, Financial Times
Hungary -
Viktor Orbán's Survival Games, Balazs Jarabik, Carnegie Europe
Hungary -
Orbán Reloaded, Milan Nic & Peter Kreko, German Council on Foreign Relations GDAP
US/Syria -
What Does 'America First' Mean in Syria? Jonathan S. Tobin, National Review
US -
America Can't Be Trusted Anymore, Stephen M. Walt, Foreign Policy
France -
Macron Takes Aim at European Politics, Mark Leonard, European Council on Foreign Relations

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