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Transatlantic Must-Reads
February 5th, 2018
 China, Economy, Energy, EU, Europe, Defense, Hungary, NATO, Nuclear, Poland, Russia, Security, Spain, Turkey, UK, US

Featured CTR Commentary

Economy/US/Europe - The New Setting, Creating the North Atlantic Marketplace for Jobs and Growth: Three Paths, One Detour, A U-Turn, and the Road to Nowhere, Daniel S. Hamilton, CTR

US - Behind America’s New Nationalism, David C. Hendrickson, in Domestic Determinants of Foreign Policy in the European Union and the United States, Daniel S. Hamilton and Teija Tiilikainen, eds., CTR and FIIA

US/EU - A Letter from America, Robert E. Hunter, Lobelog


Turkey/US - United States and Turkey: A Vulnerable Relationship, Ozgur Unluhisarcikli, GMF

US - Heartland Security: Global Engagement Once Fueled the American Middle Class - and Can Again, Harry Krejsa, Center for a New American Security

NATO/Nuclear - Nuclear Reorientation of NATO, Karl-Heinz Kamp, NATO Defense College

Europe/China - Why is China buying up Europe’s ports? Keith Johnson, Foreign Policy
Spain - Why Spanish Nationalism Is on the Rise: And What It Means for the Country's Politics, Omar G. Encarnaci
ón, Foreign Affairs
EU/Energy - A Pipeline Too Far? EU Law Obstacles to Nordstream 2, Alan Riley, International Energy Law Review
EU/Defense - EU Seeks More Bang for the Buck in Military Spending, Laurence Norman, Wall Street Journal
EU/Security -
Revisiting the EU’s security partnerships, Thierry Tardy, EUISS
Hungary/Poland - Hungary and Poland Aren’t Democratic. They’re Authoritarian, Dalibor Rohac, Foreign Policy
Russia -
Highs and Lows: Russia’s Foreign Policy at the start of 2018, Dmitri Trenin, Carnegie Moscow Center
UK -
May at Bay, Part I, John O’Sullivan, National Review 


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