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Transatlantic Must-Reads
April 2nd, 2018
China, Defense, Digital, Estonia, Europe, Finance, Germany, Migration, Nuclear, Russia, Trade, Turkey, US
 
Must-Reads
Trade - 2018 Fact Sheet: National Trade Estimate Report – Major Developments, U.S. Trade Representative
Trade/Digital - 2018 Fact Sheet: Key Barriers to Digital Trade, U.S. Trade Representative
Digital - Can Europe Lead on Privacy? Tom Wheeler, The New York Times
Russia - Putin has Overplayed His Hand, William J. Burns, The New York Times
Estonia/Russia/Finance - Estonian Regulators and European Central Bank Move Forcefully Against Russian Money Laundering, Joshua Kirschenbaum, The German Marshall Fund of the United States
China - Is China’s Belt and Road working? A progress report from eight countries, Go Yamada and Stefania Palma, Financial Times
China/Europe - Europe’s Response to the Belt and Road Initiative, Garima Mohan, The German Marshall Fund of the United States
China/Trade - Was Letting China Into the WTO a Mistake? Philip Levy, Foreign Affairs
Defense/Germany - Germany’s defence commitments: nothing but paper tigers? Gustav Gressel, European Council on Foreign Relations
Turkey - Turkey’s Biggest National Security Threat is its Economy, Scott B. MacDonald, The National Interest
Migration - Turkey-Style Deals Will Not Solve the Next EU Migration Crisis, Elizabeth Collett, Migration Policy Institute
Nuclear - US Nuclear-Power Leadership and the Chinese and Russian Challenge, Robert F. Ichord, Jr. Atlantic Council
Europe - Anti-Semitism and the threat of identity politics, Gideon Rachman, Financial Times
US - Political Identity Politics, Richard Thompson Ford, The American Interest
US - Columbus shows Trump how to thrive in the new world order, Rana Foroohar, Financial Times

 
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