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Transatlantic Must-Reads
July 5th 2017

G20, Russia, Trade, Digital, Europe, Poland, Britain, U.S., Middle East

Featured CTR Commentary

USWonder And Worry In An Age Of Distraction: Notes On American Exceptionalism For My Young Friends, Francis J. Gavin, War on the Rocks 
Lexical Issues and the Fading Western Project in the Balkans, David B. Kanin, Transconflict 


Must Reads

G20What's at Stake at the G20 SummitCFR
Russia - 
Time For The US To Modernize Its Approach To RussiaJames Durst, The Hill
Will Awe Trump Rule, Simon Evenett and Johannes Fritz, Global Trade Report Alert
Russia - 
The Next Economic Powerhouse? PolandRuchir Sharma, The Opinion Page 
Forging Transatlantic  Cooperation On The Next Wave Of Innovation, Robert D. Atkinson, Industry 4.0 
Russia - 
The Back Door to a New Arms Race, Thomas Graham J.R. and Bernadette Stadler, The Agenda
U.S./Middle East
What Trump Gets Right About the Middle EastSteven A. Cook, Politico Magazine
Digital - 
3D Printers Start To Build Factories Of The Future The Economist
Digital - 
3d Printers Will Change ManufacturingThe Economist
Digital - 
3D Printing Transforms The Economics Of ManufacturingThe Economist
Russia Military Power,U.S. Defense Intelligence Agency
 BritainHow Britain should respond to chemical weapons attacks in SyriaCrispin Blunt MP & Johnny Mercer, MP ECFR
Trump in Warsaw: What is at stake for Poland and Europe?Piotr Buras, ECFR 
Vladimir Pastukhov: “The Fate of Future Generations Is Being Tossed into the Furnace of Today’s ‘Stability.’, Nathan Andrews, IMR
Russia - 
Working with Russia might be the best path to peace in Syria, David Ignatius, Washington Post

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