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Transatlantic Must-Reads
October 26th, 2017
Arms Control, Eastern Europe, Eurozone, EU, Iran, Japan, Middle East, NATO, Russia, Trade

 

Must-Reads

NATO NATO’s Shaky Return to Collective Defense, John R. Deni, Carnegie Europe
Eurozone
The missing pieces of the euro architecture, Gregory Claeys, Bruegel
Arms Control -   
Cruising Toward Oblivion: Does the INF Treaty have a Future? Douglas Barrie, European Leadership Network
US/Russia
U.S.-Russia Economic Relations: Myths and Realities, Vadim Grishin, CSIS
Trade/Investment -
230 Law and Economics Professors Urge President Trump to Remove Investor-State Dispute Settlement (ISDS) From NAFTA and Other Pacts
EU/Eastern Europe - EU Policy Options towards Post-Soviet De Facto States, Urban Jakša, PISM
Eastern Europe -
The visa-free 3D effect: Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine, Stanislav Secrieru, ISS
Middle East -
The Iranian–Saudi Hegemonic Rivalry, Ali Fathollah-Nejad​, Belfer Center
Iran/EU/US -
The coming clash: Why Iran will divide Europe from the United States, Ellie Geranmayeh, ECFR
Japan -
After election success, Japan’s leader takes aim at pacifism, The Economist

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