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Transatlantic Must-Reads
June 5th, 2018
 China, EU, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Migration, North Korea, Russia, Turkey, Ukraine, US

Featured CTR/SAIS Commentary
EU/US - A Day of Peril for the E.U.: Threats Emerge from the U.S. and Within, Steven Erlanger, The New York Times
Migration -
Global Security Pulse: Migration and Security, Hague Center for Strategic Studies
Migration -
EU fails on migration (yet again), Jacopo Barigazzi, Politico EU
Hungary -
Safe in Hungary, Viktor Orban Pushes his Message Across Europe, Patrick Kingsley, The New York Times
Digital -
Europe risks falling behind in digital transformation, Patrick McGee, Financial Times
US/North Korea -
Key Issues for U.S.-North Korea Negotiations, Toby Dalton, Ariel Levite & George Perkovich, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
Germany/Russia -
Germany and Russia Are Getting Closer - Here's Why, Nicholas J. Myers, The National Interest
Italy -
Why Italy will confront the EU, but stay in the euro, Luigi Scazzieri & John Springford, Center for European Reform
China -
China: The Dust Never Settles, William A. Reinsch, Center for Strategic and International Studies
Turkey -
Three Scenarios for Turkey's Elections, Marco Pierini, Carnegie Europe

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