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Transatlantic Must-Reads
November 9th, 2017

China, Energy, EU, Germany, Global, Russia, South Korea, Terrorism, Transportation, UK, Ukraine, US

Featured CTR Commentary

Energy/Transportation - The Energy of Transportation: A Focus on Latin American Urban Transportation, Lisa Viscidi & Rebecca O’Connor, in Energy & Transportation in the Atlantic Basin edited by Paul Isbell & Eloy Álvarez Pelegry (editors)


EU/Ukraine - European Plan for Ukraine: Building a Story of Success, An outline of a joint Ukrainian-Lithuanian proposal for the consideration of international donors, EU&MS institutions, IFIs
EU - Europe in the Time of Trump, Guy Verhofstadt, Project Syndicate
Germany/Energy/Russia - Germany cools on Russian-backed gas pipeline project, Guy Chazan & Tobias Buck, Financial Times
Germany - Germany Must Allow Third Gender Category, Court Rules, Melissa Eddy & Jessica Bennett, New York Times
UK -
How Brexit will unfold: we’ll get a deal, but it will come at a price, Charles Grant, The Guardian
UK - To old friends, the UK appears to be in the grip of an inexplicable fever, Philip Stephens, Financial Times
China/Russia/US/Global - In the age of Trump, maybe it gets worse from here, Thomas Wright, Irish Times
China/US - What Can Trump's China Visit Really Achieve?, Tong Zhao, The Atlantic
China/South Korea - China's Rapprochement With South Korea, Bonnie S. Glaser & Lisa Collins, Foreign Affairs
China/Russia - Entanglement: Chinese and Russian Perspectives on Non-nuclear Weapons and Nuclear Risks, James M. Acton, Alexey Arbatov, Vladimir Dvorkin, Petr Topychkanov, Tong Zhao & Li Bin, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
Russia - Arcane arguments about Russia’s sovereigns could go mainstream, The Economist
Terrorism - Anticipating the Post-ISIS Landscape in Europe, Rik Coolsaet, Clingendael Spectator 
US - Virginia Reel: The GOP Is Dazed after Gillespie’s Rout, Fred Bauer, National Review

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