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Transatlantic Must-Reads
April 12th, 2018
 Belarus, Central Asia, Defense, Eastern Europe, Economy, Energy, EU, Europe, France, Hybrid Warfare, Middle East, Russia, Security, Trade, UK, US
US - The Budget and Economic Outlook 2018 - 2028, Congressional Budget Office
US/Economy -
The Work Ahead, Machines, Skills, and U.S. Leadership in the Twenty-First Century, Council on Foreign Relations
UK/Security -
The UK's contribution to European security and defense, Bastian Giegerich & Christian Mölling, German Council on Foreign Relations GDAP & International Institute for Strategic Studies
France/Defense -
Defense Innovation and the Future of Transatlantic Strategic Priority: A French Perspective, Sylvie Matelly, German Marshall Fund of the United States
Middle East/US -
America's long goodbye to the Middle East, Edward Luce, Financial Times
Middle East/France -
Alone in the Desert? How France Can Lead Europe in the Middle East, Manuel Lafont Rapnouil, European Council on Foreign Relations
Middle East/Russia -
The Kremlin's Middle East Gambit, Steven Keil, The German Marshall Fund of the United States
Trade -
Forget Trump's Trade War. The Real Economic Threat is in Europe, Sebastian Mallaby, The Washington Post
US/Europe -
The Future of the United States and Europe: An Irreplaceable Partnership, Lewis, Parakilas, Smart et.alt, Chatham House
EU/Russia/Energy -
EU documents lay bare Russian energy abuse, Andrew Rettman, EU Observer
Eastern Europe -
Who Wins From Russia - West Tensions in the Post-Soviet Space? Nicu Popescu & Stanislav Secrieru, Carnegie Moscow Center 
Central Asia - A Needless Rivalry? Russia and the EU in Central Asia, Rafael Sattarov, Carnegie Moscow Center
Belarus - The House That Lukashenko Built: The Foundation, Evolution, and Future of the Belarusian Regime, Artynom Shraibman, Carnegie Moscow Center
Hybrid Warfare -
The anatomy of hybrid warfare, Edward Lucas, Center for European Policy Analysis

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